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Codling Moth Lure - PIT107

Codling moth—How to keep the worms away organically

Codling moth—How to keep the worms away organically

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Use with Wing or Delta Traps - 8 week lure Traps should be set out from bloom to harvest. Since apple season is long and codling moths have 3-5 flights, depending on the weather, you will need to replace 3-4 times per season, for fall-harvested apples. Pre-packaged traps are also available, see Codling Moth Trap Kit Note: use Supercharged Codling Moth Lures for monitoring areas where confusion lures are in use. Use 1 trap per 1-5 acres for monitoring (3 minimum), or 1-2 per tree for mass-trapping.

  • Item Model Number: PIT107
  • Shipping Dimensions: 6 x 4 x 0.125 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.01 pounds
  • Product Use Instructions: Codling Moth Lure Instructions - 211kb

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These replacement lures were a great way to get longer life out of my traps. I just had to use a popsicle stick to stir up the adhesive and add new lures and my coddling moth traps had a new lease on life.

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March 11, 2015 - Suzanne at Peaceful Valley
Nothing is more frustrating than biting into that ripe apple or pear and find brown decay or worse yet, find the culprit, the codling moth worm! Or spending time shelling that walnut and finding no nut,… read more »
March 11, 2015 - Peaceful Valley
It is such a satisfying experience to reach up into an apple tree and pluck a shiny apple from a branch.  Should you take a big, juicy bite and see that the remaining apple in your hand has brown yuck… read more »
July 5, 2012 - Charlotte from Peaceful Valley
With Integrated Pest Management or IPM, pest control does not  mean waiting until June and then grabbing the most toxic spray around to wipe out the summer pests in your garden. You’d probably… read more »
April 15, 2011 - Charlotte from Peaceful Valley
How to keep those worms out of your apples and pears You might not know their names, but you’ve probably met codling moths before. Codling “moth” sounds kind of cute and fluttery; you’ve… read more »

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