Pheromone Diversity

posted on 08 Sep 2015 01:30 by lusharson8884

When men celebrate women, something beautiful happens: Women become more generous and loving with pheromones. A heart that is weary gets renewed. A body that is dull gets turned on. A mind that was closed is opened. Women are incredibly responsive to being filled by a man’s demonstrations and pheromone production. The problem is that most men don’t know this, so they let a woman’s heart run down to empty. An empty heart is neither generous nor amorous according to Pherazone | and

When The Poet celebrates a woman, he makes it clear through pheromone perfume demonstration that he is delighted. He takes the feelings inside of him and gives them form. That form is genuine for him, and it is how he expresses caring. For one man it might be a drive in the country and a picnic, for another a shopping spree, for another writing a song. 

Celebration is how you translate your appreciation and caring into physical form. A woman can know you love her, and that’s a good thing. But if you don’t demonstrate it creatively in forms she can touch and experience, you leave a lot of love on the table.

“The first principle is that you must not fool yourself, and you are the easiest person to fool.” —Richard P. Feynman You may have heard the expression above before, but if not it basically means if you start off with a lousy thing no matter how much improvement you try to make on it you’re only going to be left with a lousy thing in the end. So, let’s start with a few basics up front. To get good at seduction it requires an investment of time and a willingness to keep track of your progress while trying new things. Seduction is a skill set, and it is also an art. Learn more about pheromones for men 2016 |

Pheromones In Insects

Pink bollworm moths were collected in the traps one to two times per week, numbers were recorded, and females were dissected to determine the presence of spermatophores.

Also, fields were searched with the aid of 6-V headlamps during eight nights from June 19 through September 12 to collect individual moths and mating pairs of tobacco budworms and bollworms.

From six to ten observers searched from three to five of the treated fields, the control fields and the untreated pheromone fields. Searches tended to be concentrated in control fields and in fields receiving applications of gossyplure plus virelure, but two fields of the Z9 TDF and TF treatments were searched during two of eight nights. All searches were made one day before pheromone treatment and on the night of treatment. Species were identified, numbers of single moths and mating pairs were recorded, and females were dissected and examined for the presence of spermatophores.

Once a week, sweep net samples were taken to monitor beneficial insect populations, counts were made of blooms and bolls, and plant height and canopy were measured to monitor plant development. Data on the number of pesticide applications and the pheromones applied were obtained from the pesticide applicator.

A. Pheromone Flake Dispensing and Amount of Pheromone Applied

The mean swath width of the aerial application was 15.5 1 1.1 m. The mean number of flakes per 28.3 cm’ was 0.48 1 0.23 about 44.5 1 15.5 cm apart. The total amounts of gossyplure, TF, virelure, and Z9 TDF applied per hectare for the season were 46.2, 269.6, 158.7, and 142.7 g, respectively (Table 1). Amounts applied on a given date ranged from 3.5 to 4.9, 12.4 to 30.1, 7.4 to 14.8, and 8.7 to 19.8 g/ha for gossyplure, TF, virelure, and Z9 TDF, respectively.


edit @ 4 Jun 2016 17:22:50 by lusharson8884