Independent studies tested four traps (yellow, green, red and blue) of the same size, in similar locations and with the same smell. There was found to be 12% more pests on the green traps.
We understand that fungus gnats only see two colours, green and yellow, and as green is the more vibrant colour to them, they know they'll find the correct living (and breeding) conditions with green plants, so they choose to land on green over yellow.
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From shoo-ing plant flies to relaxing with tea & indoor plants - uBloomd protects your home from flying plant-pests.
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What are Fungus Gnats?
Why Green Traps over yellow?
How many Traps do I need?
What pests do Green Traps attract and catch?
Can I use these Green Traps outdoors?