Barrix Catch Vegetable Fly Trap Set


  • Attracts and traps Bactrocera cucurbitae & its other 226 Subspecies.
  • Protects your vegetable crops for 90 days, 24/7 guarded.
  • Reduces at least 4 number of unwanted Pesticide Sprays to control melon fly infestation.
  • Easy to installation and use.
  • Traps Reusable upto 4 Seasons.
  • Sun & Heat Proof.
  • Rain Water Proof.
  • Scientifically Designed Design Patented Product

Introducing the Barrix Catch Vegetable Fly Trap – an exceptionally effective solution meticulously designed for managing melon flies (Bactrocera cucurbitae) and its 226 sub-species. This innovative trap has revolutionized melon fly control by attracting and immobilizing male melon flies, hindering their ability to mate and effectively curbing their population growth. With no specific pesticides available in the market for controlling this pest in the fields, farmers often resort to repeated pesticide sprays in an attempt to safeguard their crops from melon flies, yet remain unable to achieve effective control. That’s where the Barrix Catch Veg Fly Trap steps in as the best solution for melon fly management.

Crafted with utmost precision by our dedicated R&D team, our trap takes into account the flight patterns and color preferences of fruit flies, resulting in unparalleled efficacy. It is even protected by a design patent, ensuring its unique and exclusive features.

Assembling the trap is effortless, allowing it to be easily hooked in any farm field. Its user-friendly design simplifies usage and facilitates the hassle-free removal of captured flies, making maintenance a breeze.

Built to withstand UV light, rainwater, strong winds, and color degradation, this trap guarantees long-lasting durability, ensuring reliable performance across numerous seasons.

With an impressive capacity to hold up to 5400 dead flies, the trap’s container ensures maximum efficiency in capturing and controlling fruit fly populations.

For the cultivation of all fruit crops, we highly recommend the use of the Barrix Catch Vegetable Fly Trap. Empower yourself as a farmer with this effective and reliable solution for melon fly management, and witness the difference it makes in safeguarding your crops.

  • Highly effective, scientifically designed.
    Thermally stable & recyclable.
  • Protects Trap from UV rays.
  • Sturdy at all climatic conditions.
  • Research based pest alluring colour.
  • Long lasting performance can be reused upto 4 to 5 times.
  • Ample holding capacity for 5000 dead flies.
  • Uses highly successful Male Annihilation Technique.
  • Contains highly pure Pherocon QFF.
  • 500% extra surface for
    Pheromone release.
  • Five times stronger in trapping efficiency
    (Lure Size 3 x 5 x 1.2 cm).
Technologies used:
  • Introducing Barrix Agro Sciences’ Cutting-Edge Technologies:

    πŸš€ Male Annihilation Technology: Revolutionizing pest control by specifically targeting and eliminating male insects, disrupting their ability to reproduce and reducing population growth.

    β˜€οΈ Ultra Violet Rays Protection Technology: Safeguarding the trap from the degradational effects of UV rays, ensuring optimal performance and durability under the sun. helping the trap for multi seasonal use.

    🚧 Pathway Block Technology: Creating an  barrier for the easy flow of air into the trap, blocking the passage of air by the strategically positioned lure, effectively disperstion of phermone and escape of pheromone mixed air through other two outlets and spreading the pheromone in 270 degrees direction for attraction.

    🎨 Colour Alluring Technology: Harnessing the power of colors to attract and lure pests, enhancing the efficacy of our trap and maximizing pest capture rates.

    β˜” Rain Protection Technology: Engineered to withstand the harshest weather conditions, ensuring continuous effectiveness even in heavy rain, preventing the degradation of pheromone by rain water.

    Experience the Future of Agriculture with Barrix Agro Sciences – Where Innovation Meets Sustainability.

For Identification1 Trap / acre
For Monotoring & ControlJust 2 Traps / acre

Bitter gourd




Ridge gourd


Pigeon Pea


Ash gourd


Snake gourd


Bottle gourd

Okra Cultivation



Butternut squash


Ivy gourd


Sponge gourd


Buffalo gourd




Kabocha squash










Egg plant

Install the trap components as per video or pictorial representation.
Place the hanger through the hole, present in the trap cap.
Lock the hanger by twist and press.
Take the lure from the pack, place it in the β€œC” curve, fix by rotating.
Twist the hanger sideways and fix to the branches of tree or any appropriate place.
  • Hang the trap above 3-5 ft height from the ground level preferably under the shade
    and firmly fix the Trap.
  • In case of prolonged harvest, replace the old lure after 90 days with a β€œNEW LURE”.
  • When the trap is full of flies, remove the flies, bury 1ft below the ground or burn.
  1. Egg-Laying Marks: Female flies pierce the skin of the fruit to lay their eggs. These marks may be visible as punctures or depressions on the fruit surface.

  2. Premature Fruit Drop: Infested fruits often drop prematurely from the plant. This is a common symptom of Bactrocera dorsalis infestation and can result in significant crop losses.

  3. Discoloration of Fruit: The feeding activity of the larvae inside the fruit often leads to discoloration. This is usually a sign of internal damage and decay.

  4. Maggot Presence: One of the most noticeable signs is the presence of the larvae, or maggots, themselves. When cut open, infested fruits will typically reveal these larvae feeding on the flesh of the fruit.

  5. Decay and Rotting of Fruit: As the larvae continue to feed on the fruit, they create conditions favorable to decay, leading to a rotten fruit.

  6. Oozing Fluids: In some cases, you may notice fluids or sap oozing from the fruit, which can be a sign of internal feeding damage.

  7. Hollowed Fruit: The inside of the fruit may become hollow as the larvae consume the flesh, leaving an empty shell behind.

  8. Secondary Infections: The wounds made by the females when laying eggs or by the larvae while feeding can provide entry points for other pathogens, leading to secondary infections. These can present as additional discoloration, rot, or the presence of molds or other pests.

  9. Fruit Deformity: Depending on the stage of fruit development when infestation occurs, the feeding of Bactrocera dorsalis larvae may cause deformities in the shape and size of the fruit.

  10. Reduced Crop Yield: A notable symptom of Bactrocera dorsalis infestation is an overall reduction in crop yield, as many of the fruits may become infested and therefore unmarketable.

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