The main cause of maggot damage in apples and pears is caterpillars produced by the codling moth. In winter female moths lay eggs in trees. The eggs hatch out into caterpillars which feed on fruit in early summer. The monitoring trap allows gardeners to assess the infestation problem and treat it with a suitable insecticide if necessary.
If more than 12 moths are trapped per week this would indicate an infestation. If traps are full then replace the sticky insert and pheromone.
Male moths fly and mate on warm nights from mid-May to the end of July. Place the trap in the garden in mid-May.
How to use:
Unfold the sticky insert, open the sachet and place the monitoring lure in the middle of the sticky trap
Put the insert in the trap, sticky side up
Hang the trap at head height on the windward side of the tree. The trap will monitor moths for five average size trees up to 12 metres apart
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
Remove trap in early September and dispose of the sticky insert and monitoring lure
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