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Diagram of the prevented lifecycle of a plum moth, now prevented due to the lure and trap.
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Andermatt Home & Garden

Plum moth trap

Sale price£10.35

Easy to setup, pheromone trap effectively catches and kills plum moth, Grapholita funebrana, to protect plum trees, damson and gages from plum caterpillar maggot damage.

Please note: dispatch time currently 7 days.

- Great value including 2 lures
- Natural pheromone only attracts plum moth
- Bee and beneficial insect-friendly
- Minimal packaging
- Full instructions included
The pack contains everything needed to monitor plum moth through one growing season; 2 sticky traps and 2 pheromone lures each lasting 6 weeks. Trap can be reused for years with additional refills.
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 from trees when adults are active from May through to September.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Rhea C
100% success

We have a small plum tree that produces a huge amount of plums but last year the first ones to “ripen” were infested with plum moth. It felt like we’d lost a lot of them, so this year I invested in this product. Didn’t know what to expect, but it certainly wasn’t 100% success. Plenty evidence of moths in the trap, and not one single solitary plum was infested. I forgot to change the first sticky sheet and it was on longer than recommended before I replaced it, but everything still worked out. Worked brilliantly - thanks for a great product!

Martin W
A brilliant product

I thought I may have bought this a bit late in the season to do any good on this year's crop of Victoria Plums. I received it on 10th August and hung it up the same day. The following morning I checked the trap, but to be honest, didn't expect it would catch anything in such a short time. What a surprise it had caught eight plum moths. I am amazed at how immediate the effect has been, it's a brilliant product, and now I know the moths are about I'll always have one in place.

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Minimal packaging

Natural pheromone only attracts plum 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.


about the product

The plum fruit moth (Grapholita funebrana) lays its eggs on the surface of plums. After hatching, the caterpillars (or maggots) burrow into the fruit to feed, ruining it. They later burrow out to pupate back into moths.

1. Unfold the trap and attach the hanger
2. Unfold one sticky insert, and open one pheromone lure sachet. Place the lure in the middle of one sticky insert
3. Place the sticky insert, sticky side upwards, inside the trap
4. Fold up the bottom edges of the trap to hold the sticky insert in place
5. Hang the trap from a plum tree branch at head height
6. Store the remaining lure and insert in a cool, dry place

When adult moths are active, May to September.

How does a plum moth trap work?

The lure inside emits the female plum moth pheromone, which attracts the male. The male gets caught in the trap and dies. This prevents breeding and egg laying, and in turn the hatching of more maggots/caterpillars.

how to use

1. Open lure

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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