Plum Moth Trap & Refills

M651 Plum Moth Trap
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Plum moth is the major cause of maggot damage in plums, gages and damsons.

Control of this pest in the garden is very difficult using insecticides unless they are applied shortly after laying.

Agralan Plum Moth Trap uses the pheromone scent of the female moth to attract and catch male moths. This provides a warning as to if and when control measures are needed.

The Agralan Plum Moth trap contains everything you need for a year and the refill allows for the use of the trap for a second year.

Use this trap from late May to late August. 

Manufactured in the UK.

Unlike other traps on the market, Agralan pheromone traps have a patented design to prevent small birds flying into the trap.

When to use the trap

In most seasons moths fly and mate on warm nights from early June until middle of August.  If spring weather is exceptionally warm or in sheltered, urban gardens, it may be an advantage to install the trap by mid May.

In the garden one trap should monitor up to 3 average size trees. It should be hung at around head height on the windward side of the tree (or group of trees).

The trap contains everything you need for a year and the refill allows for the use of the trap for a second year.

How to use

The trap should be assembled as in the diagrams. The sticky insert should be unfolded and placed, sticky side up, in the base of the trap. The pheromone lure (which looks like a hollow cone of soft rubber) should be removed from the foil sachet and laid in the centre of the sticky insert. Ensure that the end flaps are secured.

One trap will monitor up to 5 average size trees with a range of 15 metres (50ft) of the trap.  Hang at around head height on the windward side of the tree or group of trees.

After 5 Weeks - replace the sticky insert and lure, with the second set provided. Inspect the trap regularly - the Plum Moth is small (about 8mm or 1/3rd inch long) dark coloured and rests with its wings folded to form a triangular shape.

If you are catching more than 15 moths per week the infestation is high and a suitable spray should be applied a week later. Continue monitoring and if again 15 or more moths are caught repeat the treatment.

Remove the trap by the beginning of September and dispose of the lure and sticky insert. The trap should be cleaned and stored.

Category: Garden Pest Control, Plum Fruit & Codling Moth Traps, Plum Fruit Moth

Plum moth is the major cause of maggot damage in plums, gages and damsons.

Control of this pest in the garden is very difficult using insecticides unless they are applied shortly after laying.

Agralan Plum Moth Trap uses the pheromone scent of the female moth to attract and catch male moths. This provides a warning as to if and when control measures are needed.

The Agralan Plum Moth trap contains everything you need for a year and the refill allows for the use of the trap for a second year.

Use this trap from late May to late August. 

Manufactured in the UK.

Unlike other traps on the market, Agralan pheromone traps have a patented design to prevent small birds flying into the trap.

When to use the trap

In most seasons moths fly and mate on warm nights from early June until middle of August.  If spring weather is exceptionally warm or in sheltered, urban gardens, it may be an advantage to install the trap by mid May.

In the garden one trap should monitor up to 3 average size trees. It should be hung at around head height on the windward side of the tree (or group of trees).

The trap contains everything you need for a year and the refill allows for the use of the trap for a second year.

How to use

The trap should be assembled as in the diagrams. The sticky insert should be unfolded and placed, sticky side up, in the base of the trap. The pheromone lure (which looks like a hollow cone of soft rubber) should be removed from the foil sachet and laid in the centre of the sticky insert. Ensure that the end flaps are secured.

One trap will monitor up to 5 average size trees with a range of 15 metres (50ft) of the trap.  Hang at around head height on the windward side of the tree or group of trees.

After 5 Weeks - replace the sticky insert and lure, with the second set provided. Inspect the trap regularly - the Plum Moth is small (about 8mm or 1/3rd inch long) dark coloured and rests with its wings folded to form a triangular shape.

If you are catching more than 15 moths per week the infestation is high and a suitable spray should be applied a week later. Continue monitoring and if again 15 or more moths are caught repeat the treatment.

Remove the trap by the beginning of September and dispose of the lure and sticky insert. The trap should be cleaned and stored.


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