Pro Pest Replacement Fly Universal Glue Board - Type A is the replacement product for Vector 907 Universal Glue boards.
Vector 907 Universal Glue boards fit into the Vector Plasma and Vector Classic line of insect fly lights. They can also be split in two for smaller insect light traps. The glueboards include gridlines for convenient counting of captured insects. This glue board is black SBS 20pt board that has a polyurethane finish that results in a high quality, UV finish. This coating makes the board more ridged and moisture resistant that prevents from warping. It protects the from absorbing by the board, keeping the glue quality consistent over long periods of time. The landing surface for flies is more attractive, has a matte finish that creates a strong contrast between the black surface and the extra thick white grid lines. This directs the flies where to land.
This glue board will fit 90% of electric fly units on the market.
Vector 907 Universal Glueboards fit into the Vector Plasma and Vector Classic line of insect fly lights. They can also be split in two for smaller insect light traps. The glueboards include gridlines for convenient counting of captured insects. Each pack contains 10 full size glue boards measuring 9 x 16.5 inches. Each full size board contains a perforated line down the middle which allows them to be easily split in half for a total of 20 boards measuring 4.5 x 16.5 inches each. This allows the boards to fit several different size fly lights.
The glue boards work well, but we go threw them about 2 boards per week, per light trap. We have 8 traps and it gets expensive fast. I would love to be able to purchase a case of say 500 or 1000 for a substancial discount over what you are currently selling them for. Then we could use them freely. WE are a mushroom farm and the glue boards don't last but a day or two sometimes. Sometimes we have a lot of flies. We are an organic mushroom farm and do not spray our mushrooms with any pesticides. We like the product, but it is expensive so we will be keeping an eye open for subsitutues that are cheaper.
We like these glue board, but they are a bit expensive. We use 3 of them almost every day. I wish we could purchase them in a very large quantity and get the price down to something affordable. We have a small organic mushroom farm and we use one glue board per room per day to catch the tiny black gnats. They need to be changed daily.
We would recommend using some additional methods for controlling the flying insects in the area. It sounds like they are fungus gnats (we apologize that this seems obvious); they are usually found from overwatering. Obviously you cannot eliminate the moisture or the actual fungus, so we would recommend first to thoroughly clean the rooms with high pressure water to remove any possible breeding sources that are not the mushrooms themselves.
Secondly, you may want to add an additional trap, such as the Suterra Yellow traps: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/suterra-medium-yellow-sticky-trap-10-pack-p-9864.html. The color on these makes them highly attractive, and they are moisture resistant, so they won't loose their stickiness in the damp rooms.
If you are able to use non-organic products in the area without contacting the plants, Gentrol Aerosol IGR is a ready-to-use foaming growth regulator that would help reduce the population: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/gentrol-aerosol-igr-16-oz-can-p-192.html.
You could also possibly use some organic diatomaceous earth in cracks and crevices. Just be careful not to apply it where it will may become fully wet. St. Gabriel's Organics make a good Organic DE: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/organic-diatomaceous-earth-p-2692.html.
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So far, so good. They seem to catch all the critters around my Genus Spectra Compact Fly Light. First one filled up fast as I had it too close to the dog door and the light attracted from outside... oops. But the glueboards handled it just fine. Easy install, easy disposal.