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Konfusions method

confusion method (GB)

See below disrupter,

Designation of the biotechnology developed for the first time in the 1940s for the environmentally friendly control of vine pests in the context of the pest Management, It is also called "confusion" or "mating disorder". The procedure has become very popular and has been used since the 1980s viniculture practiced on a large scale. It is very specific species-specific, effective only for certain insects pheromones (Sexual Fragrances) synthetically produced and applied in the vineyard. In nature, the males are attracted by the fragrances of the female. Although these still give off this substance, but it goes down in the cloud sprayed over a wide area. As a result, the males are confused, can follow any single...

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