Eco-Organic Garden Eco-Lure Replacement Wick

I/N: 2960271
$6.84
Price correct as at Wed 18 Oct 2017 7:47:57am
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Product Description

Eco-lure replacement wick contains pheromones to attract male Queensland fruit flies and an insecticide that quickly kills them.

Insert in the eco-lure trap and hang in trees and around plants as a monitoring device to let you know when fruit flies are active in your garden. When it starts catching flies begin spraying eco-naturalure fruit fly bait concentrate to protect fruit from egg-laying females.

  • Extremely effective at attracting male Queensland fruit fly
  • Covers an area of approximately 400m
  • Long lasting wick (3 months)
  • Targets only male Queensland fruit fly so safe for beneficial insects like bees
  • Insecticide is contained inside the trap and doesn't make contact with plants or fruit

Product Details

Model Name
eco-lure replacement wick
Material
Replacement wick containing pheromone and insecticide
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:70 H:70 L:70
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:123 H:175 L:15
Application Method
Open the sealed wick and attach to trap then hang in trees or beside plants
Organic
No
Fruit and Vegetable Friendly
Yes
Pet and Livestock Friendly
Yes
Hazard Classification
Not Hazardous

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