Plum Maggot Monitoring Trap

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Growing Success Plum Maggot Monitoring Trap uses the pheromone scent of the female moth to attract and trap male moths Read more
Why we love it:
  • If you want to grow plums, damsons and greengages, you'll need to be wary of the plum moth as its caterpillars are the main cause of damage to the fruit
  • The Plum Maggot MonitoringTrap uses the pheromone scent of the female moth to attract and trap male moths
  • Regular monitoring of the number of male moths caught in the sticky trap enables you to assess the infestation problem and treat with a suitable insecticide if necessary

    What you need to know:
  • 1 x Plum Maggot Monitoring Trap
  • For best results set up your trap in early May until the end of July
  • We recommend one trap for every three trees.
  • Refills available
  • Inspect the traps regularly. If more than 12 moths are trapped per week, treat with a suitable insecticide
  • Replace sticky glue insert and monitoring lure after 6 weeks of use and dispose of the old safely
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