Anti molii

O modalitate de combatere a daunatorilor autohtoni este de a instala capcane anti-molii. Tipurile de dispozitive folosite pentru controlul insectelor sau capcanele pentru molii, sunt dispozitive folosite pentru capturarea si distrugerea insectelor adulte gata pentru reproducere. Exista mai multe soiuri de astfel de adaptari.

Tipuri de capcane

Anti-molii cu feromoni. Cea mai sigura modalitate de a scapa de o infectie a moliilor alimentare, este de a folosi capcane bazate pe feromoni. Astfel de produse sunt complet naturale, nu contin substante otravitoare sau chimice. Anti-moliile de acest tip sunt fabricate din carton cu un strat de adeziv foarte lipicios de feromoni de molii de sex feminin , pe care le emit in timpul perioadei de pregatire pentru imperechere. In unele dispozitive, componenta de feromoni este prezenta in adeziv, iar in altele, momeala este plasata intr-o punga separata pentru plasarea pe partea adeziva a capcanei. Insectele masculi se napustesc asupra  dispozitivului si cad in capcana, ceea ce impiedica posibilitatea reproducerii, distrugand, astfel, ciclul de viata al daunatorilor. Este ideal pentru lana, blanuri etc.

Conferences I would like to attend.

In addition to the unlimited budget that I would require for fictional book launches, if I had all the time and money in the world, there are a bunch of workshops and conferences I would like to attend:

  • The Travel Convention
  • Travel Bloggers Unite
  • The Hotel Show
  • ATM Dubai
  • Boutique Hotel Summit
  • World Travel Market
  • Any TED event
  • I’m sure there’s at least 10 more but I don’t feel like researching them right now
  • I’m also fairly certain I should probably have at least one writing conference on this list

Further lessons in patience.

So, I sent out an additional batch of ‘please read and review my book’ e-mails yesterday – no ‘yes’s’ but a few very polite no’s. The no’s aren’t my favorite answer, but I appreciate organizations and individuals that are professional enough to deliver a response (and usually ‘best of luck with your book).

In the meantime…

While I try and wait patiently for reviews to come in, I’m going to try and keep busy by editing my current disaster work in progress, the sequel to my original Fates project.  I’m up to page 132 of 252 in the hand edits and it’s slow going red ink everywhere.  I’m trying to remind myself that this work is also important.  I’m also trying to remind myself that my initial book didn’t take off for awhile.  It didn’t sell thousands of copies ever in the first month.

3 – try and hold me back.

So, by the numbers, here’s what I did yesterday:

  • Contact 3+ industry related websites/blogs for potential book review
  • Worked on GoodReads profile (syncing up account, etc.)


2 is better than 1.

So, by the numbers, here’s what I did yesterday:

  • Contact 5+ industry related websites/blogs for potential book review
  • Contact personal / professional reference for book review
  • Finish press release


Holding at 1.

So, by the numbers, here’s roughly what I did yesterday:

  • Pin book details on personal book related Pinterest board (Nook)
  • Contact 5+ industry related websites/blogs for potential book review
  • Contact personal / professional reference for book review


1 down, 9,999 to go!

In an attempt to repeat any future successes I might will have, I think there’s some value in reporting what I’ve done on a day by day basis to promote Room 702.  This book was (sadly) always intended as something to start an audience for a much bigger project I hope to launch in the next 1-2 years.  Room 702 is a place to learn again.  although I am essentially starting from scratch, I have to start somewhere.

In which I stop being precious and start publishing.

So, this is not my first rodeo.  Room 702 marks the seventh book I’ve published.  And yet…I was very hesitant to let this one go.  So much so that I still am being weirdly protective and haven’t let my greater community of friends (aka facebook) know of its arrival into the world.

Notes back!

So, I was waiting in fear/trepidation/sense of needing to finish Room 702 and also hoping the notes arrived sooner rather than later.  With Hubs away from Wednesday – Tuesday, even though they weren’t due, I knew the days would be a great opportunity to get a jump on the final edit.  Imagine my elation when the manuscript showed up edited in my inbox this afternoon.  With a deep breath I opened the file and was happy to read the following comment: