Barrix Hunter – RB Lure


  • Protect Your coconut, oil palm and date palm Crops from Rhinoceros beetle.
  • Our unique combination of Pheromones and Kairomones effectively attracts and traps these unyielding pests.
  • Endorsed by the Department of Scientific & Industrial Research and part of the Atal Innovation Mission.
  • Innovative, Effective & Eco-Friendly.
  • For effective catches use with Barrix Hunter Trap only
  • Easy to installation and use.
SKU: BH-RB-Lure Category:
Barrix Hunter: The Ultimate RB Lure for Extended Control
Introducing the Game-Changing Solution: Safeguarding Palm Tree Plantations
  • Refill for Barrix Hunter Trap: Barrix Hunter is the powerful Rhinoceros Beetle lure used with the Barrix Hunter Trap for an extended period of control.
  • Powerful Weapon Against RB Menace: Designed to protect coconut trees, oil palm trees, date palm trees, areca plantations and sugarcane from the relentless Rhinoceros beetle (RB) menace.
  • Developed in Collaboration with Esteemed Govt. of India and AIM: Backed by the prestigious Atal Innovation Mission, Barrix Hunter stands as a true innovation, ensuring credibility and effectiveness.
  • Efficiently Attracts and Traps RB: Utilizes a potent blend of aggregate pheromone and kairomones, offering unrivaled ability to attract and trap RB.
Game-Changer for Farmers and Plantation Owners: Mitigating the RB Infestation Impact
  • Shielding Palm Trees: Barrix Hunter becomes a formidable defense, effectively protecting palm trees from the destructive impacts of the Rhinoceros beetle.
  • Cutting-Edge Product: This innovative solution emerges as a game-changer in the fight against RB infestations.
Environment-Friendly and Sustainable: Empowering Farmers with Safe Solutions
  • Harmful Chemical-Free: Barrix Hunter allows farmers to protect their precious plantations without resorting to hazardous control measures or harmful chemicals.
  • Preserving Natural Ecosystem: Its environment-friendly approach promotes healthier palm trees while preserving the balance of the natural ecosystem.
Take Charge of Your Plantations: Embrace the Power of Innovation
  • Thriving Palm Trees: Barrix Hunter stands as the trusted guardian, ensuring your coconut, oil palm, date palm, and areca plantations thrive without the threats of the Rhinoceros beetle.
  • Safeguard Agricultural Investments: Embrace Barrix Hunter’s powerful RB control to safeguard your valuable palm tree plantations.
  • Ultimate RB Lure for Extended Control: Barrix Hunter offers an extended period of control when used with the Barrix Hunter Trap.

Embrace Barrix Hunter, the powerful RB lure for extended control, to protect your palm tree plantations. With the esteemed backing of the Govt. of India and AIM, Barrix Hunter emerges as a true innovation in mitigating the RB menace. Say goodbye to the destructive impacts of the Rhinoceros beetle and preserve the health of your agricultural investments with Barrix Hunter. Experience the ultimate RB control and safeguard your plantations with this cutting-edge solution.

Superior features of RPW lure :
  • Cellulose Matrix Entrapment Technology.
  • Synergistic effect with kairomone.
  • 10 times more powerful than ordinary lures.
  • 98% pure isomer specific para pheromone impregnated.
  • Long lasting performance up to 60 days.
  • Biodegradable formulation.
  • Non-toxic & eco-friendly.
Technologies used:

Introducing Barrix Agro Sciences’ Cutting-Edge Technologies:
Cellulose Matrix Entrapment Technology.
Synergistic effect with kairomone.

For Identification & Monitoring1 Trap / acre

Note: For effective catches use with Barrix HunterTrap only.


Recommened Crops:


Toddy Palm

Fishtail Palm


Oil Palm

Royal Palm



Date Palm

Sago Palm



Step 1: Fix by locking push fit built-in rivets of three wings to the Barrix Hunter Cap.

Step 2: Fix narrow end of the central axle to three grooves given at the bottom of the wings.

Step 3: Place the central axle in the crescent base bowl.

Step 4: Now lock the bottom with push fit built-in rivets of wings to the crescent base bowl

Step 5: Remove the RPW lure from the pouch and place at the lure placement area.

Step 6: Fill the crescent base bowl with water till the overflow hole.

Step 7: Add 5 grams of any detergent / soapnut powder / shampoo to the water and stir.

Step 8: Tie this assembled trap set to the trunk of the tree at 4 – 5ft above the ground level.

Step 9: Frequently refill the water into the crescent base bowl.

Special Note: Trap can be used for many times till the colour of the trap fades.

The Rhinoceros Beetle, also known as the Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle, is a destructive pest that can cause significant damage to palm trees. Here are some of the common types of damage caused by the Rhinoceros Beetle in palm trees:

  • Feeding on Leaves: Adult beetles and their larvae feed on the tender tissues of palm tree leaves, causing defoliation. This damage weakens the tree and affects its ability to photosynthesize and produce energy.
  • Boring into Trunk: The larvae of the Rhinoceros Beetle bore into the trunk of palm trees, creating tunnels and galleries. These tunnels weaken the structural integrity of the tree, making it more susceptible to breakage and collapse.
  • Frond Damage: Adult beetles can cause damage to the fronds (leaves) of palm trees by feeding on their edges or chewing through them. This can lead to frond deformation and reduced photosynthesis.
  • Sap Loss: As the beetles bore into the tree, they disrupt the flow of sap. This results in the loss of vital nutrients and water for the palm tree, affecting its overall health and growth.
  • Weakened Tree Health: Continuous infestations by Rhinoceros Beetles can weaken palm trees over time, making them more susceptible to other diseases and environmental stresses.


  • Decreased Crop Yields: In agricultural settings with palm tree plantations, Rhinoceros Beetle infestations can lead to reduced crop yields, affecting the economic viability of these plantations.

Tree Mortality: In severe infestations or when left uncontrolled, Rhinoceros Beetles can cause the death of palm trees, leading to the loss of valuable landscape and economic assets.