ACP Trap (Asian Citrus Psyllid)

Directions for use

Label A.C.P. Card with name, number, date placed and date serviced.

Remove waxy paper covering the A.C.P. Card on both sides.

Place card hanger with attached A.C.P. PheroLure® through the opening at the top of the A.C.P. Card = Assembled A.C.P. Card.

Place the assembled A.C.P. Card along the edges of the citrus orchard.

Do not place the assembled A.C.P. Card too close to indigenous trees to prevent trapping of endemic Diaphorina species.

Use one assembled A.C.P. Cardevery 2 Ha in commercial citrus orchards and nurseries.

Place one assembled A.C.P. Cardper tree on the outside canopy on either the southern or eastern side of the tree.

Hang the assembled A.C.P. Card1.5-2 m above ground.

Clear leaves away around the assembled A.C.P. Card.

Inspect and collect A.C.P. Cardsonce a week and replace with new A.C.P. Cards.

Cover the sticky sides of the A.C.P. Card with Cling Wrap.

Avoid creases in the Cling Wrap for easy identification of insects. 

Determine presence of A.C.P. using a hand lensor microscope.

The A.C.P. adult is identified by its brown body and brown mottled wings with an interrupted band at the wing-apex.

Asian Citrus Psyllid – ACP Surveillance


A.C.P. Infographic