This Codling Moth Lure Pack has (3) male attractant lures (One lure will last 4 weeks, therefore a pack will last 12 weeks). Traps for these lures are available for purchase from PlantNet.
An alternative to buying traps is to make your own sticky traps. You can use a plastic or takeaway food container as the trap and purchase sheets of sticky paper from leading hardware stores, such as Bunnings, from their pest products section and then purchase the lures from PlantNet. DIY TRAPS HERE
For use in Apples, Peaches, Nectarines, Apricots, Pears and Plums throughout Australia. Regions of Australia where the kit is recommended are Mediterranean, Cool Temperate, Cold. Commence monitoring at petal-fall and continue until mid autumn. These powerful pheromone lures attract male moths by mimicking the scent of the female moth. Each lure product is species-specific and can be used to monitor activity of the adult population of that species. Monitoring these moths with pheromone traps gives an early warning of the arrival or emergence of the pest and gives an indication of pest pressure throughout the season. This information can be used to improve pest management decisions. Use these pheromone lures with Delta Traps. Check traps weekly, removing any moths and incidental insects from the sticky base of the delta trap or the inside of the bucket trap. Replace the sticky inserts in traps when they become filled with dust or insects. Replace the pheromone lures monthly. See our Pests and Diseases page for a description of pests and their control.