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Andermatt Home & Garden

Codling moth trap

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Codling moth pheromone trap for fruit trees that effectively catches and kills codling moth. Easy to setup, compact. Trap refills are also available.

- Great value including two codling moth lures, free next day delivery
- Natural pheromone attracts male codling moth for apple and pear trees
- Bee and beneficial insect-friendly
- Minimal packaging
- Full instructions included

The pack contains everything needed to monitor and trap codling moth through one growing season; 2 sticky traps and 2 pheromone lures each lasting 6 weeks.

Andermatt are members of the International Biocontrol Manufacturers Association and have been leading biological pest control manufacturers since 1988.

When is best to use?

Hang traps from trees when adults are active from May through to September.

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Bee and beneficial insect-friendly

Natural pheromone only attracts codling moth, keeping bees and butterflies safe in your garden.

Great value

Two lures and sticky inserts included, with free next day delivery.

Minimal packaging

We keep all packaging to a minimum. Full instructions are included on the packaging to save paper.

FAQ

about the product

Codling moth (Cydia pomonella) causes maggot damage in apples and pears (and sometimes walnuts and quinces). The adult moth lays its eggs on the surface of the fruit. After hatching, the larvae (or maggots) burrow into the fruit to feed, ruining it. They later burrow out to pupate back into moths.

Codling moth damage is seen by:

- Codling moth worms/maggots in the apples and pears
- Burrowing trails with traces of brown excrement
- Holes on the outside where they’ve burrowed in/out
- Early ripening apples and pears

The natural pheromone is specific to codling moth, and attracts male codling moths. Once inside they get stuck and die.

- Unfold the trap and attach the hanger
- Unfold one sticky insert, and open one pheromone lure sachet. Place the lure in the middle of one sticky insert
- Place the sticky insert, sticky side upwards, inside the trap
- Fold up the bottom edges of the trap to hold the sticky insert in place
- Hang the trap from an apple or pear tree branch at head height
- Store the remaining lure and insert in a cool, dry place
- Check the trap weekly, removing the moths if necessary to clear space for more to be caught, and replace the lure and insert after 6 weeks

When adult apple fruit moths are flying, May to September.

Natural and mighty

Pheromone traps attract pests naturally and specifically, leaving bees and other beneficial insects alone.

how to use

1. Insert lure

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Leaders in biocontrol

Andermatt was founded over 30 years ago by two PhD students, Mr and Mrs Andermatt, who created the world's first plant-protecting baculovirus.

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