Support beneficial insects such as earwigs in your garden by providing them with shelters. Easy access to shelter encourages them to stay in the fruit tree or bush where they will hunt and eat aphid (greenfly and blackfly).
When is best to use?
From when fruit trees and bushes have green growth until fruit harvest.
The problem: Greenfly and blackfly (aphids) are one of the biggest problems in apple and other tree fruit. When feeding they damage fruit and leave honeydew deposits. Encouraging natural predators to stay in your fruit trees by offering shelters will help keep greenfly and blackfly under control.
The product: Earwig shelters create a home for earwigs through the summer and help protect them through winter. It encourages these natural predators to stay in the fruit tree where they are needed.
- Encourage earwigs, natural predators to stay in your fruit trees and bushes.
- Simple to use and maintenance free.
- Tue into trees with wires provided.
How to use: From the middle of May onwards tie to the trunks and large branches of your fruit trees and bushes.
|Store||Store in cool, dry place.|
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|Use||Place in trees from the middle of May. Shelters can be left out all year round.|
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