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Springstar Oakstump Codling Moth Trap -S1506

Springstar Oakstump Codling Moth Trap -S1506
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This Oakstump Codling Moth trap by Springstar is used to monitor flights of male moths and point out the best time for treatment. Before Codling moths cause such destructive damage to apples, pears, quince and walnuts, use this trap to help detect outbreaks and treat appropriately. Depending on the climate, these moths emerge 3-5 times a year. It is important to treat during these flight times.

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Springstar Codling Moth Trap

We have discontinued this product. We suggest Thuricide, as an alternative.

This Oakstump Codling Moth trap by Springstar is used to monitor flights of male moths and point out the best time for treatment. Before Codling moths cause such destructive damage to apples, pears, quince and walnuts, use this trap to help detect outbreaks and treat appropriately. Depending on the climate, these moths emerge 3-5 times a year. It is important to treat during these flight times.

Codling Moth Facts

  • They damage apples, pears and nuts
  • The larvae (worms ) burrow throught the fruit, leaving tunnels and a brown frass.
  • The eggs are laid on the fruit and they hatch out as larvae which damage the fruit.
  • Read More : Codling Moths

 

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Pro Tips Not Available
Packaging 2 traps and lures
Manufacturer Spring Star S1506 (UPC code:75258701506)
Product Label N/A
SDS MSDS
More PDF's No
Target Pest Codling moths
Active Ingredient (s) Pheromone Lures
For Use : N/A
Yield N/A
Mixture|Application N/A
Application

PDF Instructions : How to set the Codling Moth Trap


Instructions:


1.Attach hanger to trap.

2. Grasp trap by top and bottom flaps. Pull apart to form trap without touching the glue.

3. Open lure packet; place one lure on the inside  upper surface of the trap.  (Do not touch the attractant lure-see video).

4. Hang the trap in your fruit or nut tree. Place the trap 1 to 2 feet inside the tree canopy. Place traps in trees 1 or 2 weeks before bud break, in early spring.

5 Check for moths every 2 to 3 days and apply appropriate treatments to control moths.

6.Recycle or dispose of traps when full of insects, or at least every 4 weeks.

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