Growing Success Apple Maggot Monitoring Trap

Kit Code: 100660

This Growing Success Apple Maggot Monitoring Trap is ideal for the monitoring of moth infestation. The Pheromone-based trap collects moths and prevents damage to apple trees as well as pear trees. It also allows you to treat the problem with a suitable insecticide if necessary. The main cause of maggot damage in apples and pears is due to caterpillars produced by the codling moth. In winter female moths lay eggs in trees. The eggs hatch out into caterpillars which feed on fruit in early summer. The monitoring trap allows gardeners to assess the infestation problem and treat with a suitable insecticide if necessary.
  • Growing Success Apple Maggot Monitoring Trap

Features:

  • Does not attract beneficial insects
  • Pesticide free
  • Suitable for organic gardening
  • If more than 12 moths are trapped per week this would indicate an infestation. If traps are full then replace sticky insert and pheromone
  • Refill available
Only £6.00
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National Delivery

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Available in Store

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5 Year Structural Guarantee
5 Year Structural Guarantee
Free local delivery
Free local delivery
Some assembly required
Some assembly required
  • Growing Success Apple Maggot Monitoring Trap

Features:

  • Does not attract beneficial insects
  • Pesticide free
  • Suitable for organic gardening
  • If more than 12 moths are trapped per week this would indicate an infestation. If traps are full then replace sticky insert and pheromone
  • Refill available

Growing Success Apple Maggot Monitoring Trap

This Growing Success Apple Maggot Monitoring Trap is ideal for the monitoring of moth infestation. The Pheromone-based trap collects moths and prevents damage to apple trees as well as pear trees. It also allows you to treat the problem with a suitable insecticide if necessary. The main cause of maggot damage in apples and pears is due to caterpillars produced by the codling moth. In winter female moths lay eggs in trees. The eggs hatch out into caterpillars which feed on fruit in early summer. The monitoring trap allows gardeners to assess the infestation problem and treat with a suitable insecticide if necessary.
  • Does not attract beneficial insects
  • Pesticide free
  • Suitable for organic gardening
  • If more than 12 moths are trapped per week this would indicate an infestation. If traps are full then replace sticky insert and pheromone
  • Refill available
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