Go Natural Tree Guard For Codling Moth

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$14.72
Price correct as at Fri 09 Dec 2016 11:49:39
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Product Description

An environmentally friendly way to control and protect trees all year round from crawling insects that must climb tree trunks to feed, mate or deposit eggs into fruit, leaves and stems.

It will trap any crawling insect from climbing up or down a tree trunk, including codling moth, elm leaf beetle, cherry and pear slug, ants, earwigs, moths, caterpillars, worms and weevils.

  • No pesticides or harmful chemicals
  • Ready to use
  • Waterproof and weatherproof
  • Controls and reduces and pest population
  • Protects 24 hours a day

Product Details

Model Name
Go Natural Tree Guard
Material
Adhesive
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:150 H:150 L:150
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:150 H:150 L:150
Weight
.500
Application Method
Wipe on tree trunk
Product Size (g)
500
Organic
Yes
Fruit and Vegetable Friendly
Yes
Pet and Livestock Friendly
Yes
Safety
Keep out of reach of children

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