Photo of packaged yellow sticky traps.
Photo of packaged yellow sticky traps.

Andermatt Home & Garden

Yellow Sticky Traps (pack of 50)

Sale price£18.99

Contains 50 yellow plastic sticky traps and ties. There are a number of pest insects which can plague greenhouse and cold frame growing, yellow sticky traps use visual attraction of the bright yellow to attract, catch and kill a wide range of pest species. Yellow plastic sticky traps (each 24.5 x 10 cm) for catching various common flying pest insects including sciarid fly, whitefly, leafminer and aphid. Double sided dry to touch glue attracts pests from all directions. Wire hangers for easy setup are included.

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Works best with nematodes

For best results, buy our Sciarid Fly Kit which also contains nematodes to kill the larvae as well. Targeting both life stages drastically improves chances of eradication.

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