A trap for Drosophilid fruit flies. The manufacturer reports a reduction of fruit fly populations in supermarket produce applications by 70-80% within 14 days from installation. The trap is manufactured from plastics and contains a safe, low-toxic attractant made from acetic acid. Once the flies are inside the trap, they drown in the liquid. Replace the trap once a month.
Ok, I tried to make a homemade trap, and the fruit flies weren't buying it. So I got this little fella. It is well worth it! The fruit flies were gone in days, and haven't returned.Review by Casey (on 2/28/14)