Codling Moth Pheromone Trap
This trap uses a long life lure to catch male Codling moths, to reduce fruit damage with a chemical and glue free system.
Moths detect the pheromone and fly into the trap thinking a female Codling moth is present. This prevents them mating with females and reduces egg laying, helping reduce the pest population overall.
Codling Moth can be a destructive pest of apple and pear fruit. The caterpillar of the Codling moth bores into the fruit making it un-edible in many cases.
- Codling moth traps should be hung in your trees from May onward and can cover between 16-20 trees.
- Lasts up to 16 weeks!
- Hang between May - October.
Replacement lures can be found _____. The trap itself can be used for many years.