Biogents Mosquito Traps & Mosquito Attractant
Biogents mosquito traps are the result of more than 16 years of academic research into the behavior of mosquitoes. As a result, a highly effective type of trap was developed that targets tiger mosquitoes (Aedes albopictus) and yellow fever mosquitoes (Aedes aegypti) that are host-seeking. The other type of trap that is offered by Biogents targets tiger mosquitoes that are looking for a place to lay their eggs.
Biogents mosquito traps can locally control mosquito populations and significantly reduce biting pressure and nuisance. With over 100,000 sold mosquito traps, Biogents is one of the market leaders for tiger mosquito traps (Asian tiger mosquitoes, Aedes albopictus, and dengue or yellow fever mosquitoes, Aedes aegypti). The superior efficiency of Biogents mosquito traps has been scientifically proven by researchers worldwide.
Biogents has developed traps that only target bloodsucking insects and show the highest catch rates of mosquitoes without using toxic pesticides.
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BG Home Bundle
Biogents’ mosquito trap “BG-Home” is a high-performance and eco-friendly indoor trap that targets tiger mosquitoes and other flying pest insects in your home.
Correct placement and application of the traps are extremely important factors for effective mosquito control
When to place the trap:
The trap should be put out when the average temperature has risen above 60° F (15° C). Above this temperature, adult mosquitoes fly actively. It is best to catch the mosquitoes as early in the year as possible, before they have a chance to reproduce and lay their eggs. It is important to make sure that the ventilator of the trap runs 24 hours a day.
Where to place the trap:
The goal is to catch the mosquitoes before they reach you. Therefore, it is important to choose a position near the resting areas of the mosquitoes. During the day, mosquitoes spend their rest periods in shady, wind-protected vegetation. If you place the trap here, you can catch the mosquitoes before they reach and bite you. Overhanging plants and bushes often form an empty space underneath. This is an ideal location for the trap if it provides enough space, both for the air currents and for the visibility of the trap.