The Mediterranean fruit fly trap from On-Guard protects citrus crops from damage by insect pests, including citrus gall wasps. The trapping system uses a specially formulated insect lure together with a long lasting adhesive trap that is designed for use in all weather.
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Availability date: 01/01/1970
On-Guard Mediterranean Fruit Fly Trap.
The Mediterranean fruit fly trap from On-Guard protects citrus crops from damage by insect pests, including citrus gall wasps. The trapping system uses a specially formulated insect lure together with a long-lasting adhesive trap that is designed for use in all weather. The protective cage of the trap prevents accidental trapping of wild birds and non-target animals. It will also keep leaves from sticking to the trap which increases the number of insects trapped. Refill packs are available containing aureola-yellow adhesive traps.
- Attracts and traps fruit flies and citrus gall wasps.
- Protects citrus crops.
- Re-usable trapping system.
1 x Mediterranean Fruit Fly Trap Protective Cage.
1 x Aureola-Yellow Adhesive Trap.
1 x Fruit Fly Lure.
How to use:
1. Pull open cage from the middle tab.
2. Pell off-white release paper from both sides of the trap and fix inside the cage using the lugs at either end.
3. Take Lure tube out and twist top to open holes, releasing attractant scent. Do not remove the end caps.
4. Place the lure tube back in the bottom of the cage.
5. Snap close the trap cage ensuring that all closures are firmly pushed together.
6. hang in citrus tree using the hang hole at the top of the trap - a plastic cable tie (not included) is recommended.
For ongoing gall wasp control, replace adhesive trap with On-Guard Outdoor Insect Catcher.
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This fruit fly trap contains a mix of a sex attractant and an insecticide. Only the male flies are attracted, they feed on the mixture, fall to the bottom of the pot and die. It is recommended that the pots be emptied daily and the flies counted, this allows early detection of an infestation and therefore early intervention.