Maggot Barriers - Heavier Mesh - Tan, pack of 144

Chemical Free Apple and Pear Protection

Brand: Maggot Barriers    Item Number: PBR692


In Stock! Ships from Northern CA.


In Stock! Ships from Northern CA.

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Maggot barriers are a brand new concept to protect apples, pears and Asian pears from infestations of the apple maggot fly and codling moth. One easy application to fruitlets early in season is all that is needed. Eliminates use of plastic or paper bags, traps or pesticides.

144 maggot barriers/bag. Made of 100% earth tone nylon.


  • Barrier Protection


Application Season Fall, Spring, Summer Application Frequency Single Application
Insect Control Apple Maggots, Codling Moths
Application Season Fall, Spring, Summer
Application Frequency Single Application
Insect Control Apple Maggots, Codling Moths

Use Instructions

Apply barrier to fruitlet early for maximum protection. Spread opening with your two index fingers just enough to slip over fruitlet (which should be smaller than 1" in diameter), covering fruitlet completely. Twist open end around stem of fruitlet to close and seal.

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Shipping Information

Shipping Weight: 0.50 lbs. Dimensions: 9.5"L x 2.5"W x 7"H



I put these on my apples in April and also hung pheromone traps to combat codling moth. Well now it's June and I see holes where the worms have eaten right through the nylon on their way into the apple! Total fail.

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My new favorite gardening trick

I love this product! My apples went from 100% worm filled to 100% worm FREE just by applying these! No chemicals, no need to spray anything. And best of all, they are still in great shape after one season so I can use them again!

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They work !!

The time it took to put these on our Asian pears was well worth the effort. No worms. I plan on reusing the mesh again this year making the investment worth the purchase price.

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The Best

These bags worked great. They are a little bit of a pain to put on, but they sure work good. I have tried spays and traps and they are even more of a pain to use because you have to reapply several times threw out the season, and they are more expensive and my apples still had worms. But not when I used the Maggot Barriers.

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We have used these bags for about 5 years and have had wonderful success keeping the apples worm-free. I like the idea that we are not spraying chemicals on our food. We only have 3 dwarf trees so the energy/time expenditure is not overwhelming.

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