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PVFS Codling Moth Trap Kit (Pack Of 2) - PIT103

Integrated Pest Management

Integrated Pest Management

Codling moth—How to keep the worms away organically

Codling moth—How to keep the worms away organically

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Intended to help the home gardener trap out codling moths, the leading cause of wormy apples. The package contains two complete delta traps and two 8 week lures. The trap should be set out at bloom; use 2 traps per standard and 1 trap per dwarf tree. Replace the lure after 8 weeks (and again after 16 weeks, for fall harvested apples), and replace the trap as needed.

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