How do I protect my horse chestnut trees from moths?
To protect your horse chestnut trees from moths use this trap!
This targeted pheromone lure attracts the male Leafminers and causes them to be trapped, to reduce mating and egg laying in the population.
- Place one trap per tree
- Most effective from April to August.
- Each trap can catch hundreds of moths!
- One trap will cover and area of up to 16 trees.
- Replace the lure every 6 weeks
- Only the correct pheromone lure should be used with this trap
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