AgBio AB-106 Codling Moth + Oriental Fruit Moth Trap & Lure (2 Pack)


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0.17 LBS

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Help protect your Apple, Crab Apple, Peach, Pear, Plum & other fruit trees from destructive moth larvae! Don't spray your trees if it isn't necessary

VivaTrap! Codling Moth + Oriental Fruit Moth Traps are the *ONLY* pheromone traps available for Oriental Fruit Moths, our proprietary multi-pheromone mixture is field proven!

Codling Moths and Oriental Fruit Moths attack these and other species:

English Walnut

Codling Moth (Cydia pomonella) larvae are typically the cause of 'wormy' fruit, doing damage by stinging the flesh and boring into the seed cavity. There are 2-4 generations per year, depending on climate.


Oriental Fruit Moth (Grapholita molesta) larvae attack both fruit and young shoots & twigs, killing the tip of the shoots and causing strikes or flagging. Larvae typically enter fruit near the stem and immediately bore to the center, feeding around the pit. There are 5-6 generations per year, depending on climate.

VivaTrap! Codling Moth & Oriental Fruit Moth Traps utilize a strong wet glue adhesive to retain moths attracted to the dual pheromone lure.

Includes: 2x extra-sticky wet glue traps & 2x lures (2 complete traps)

Instructions: Hang traps in trees at 5-6' height, with care to avoid wind and rain as possible.  Use 1 trap for each smaller tree, or 2 for larger trees.  Deploy traps in early April, and again in August for best results. Lure lasts for approximately 8 weeks.


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  • 5
    Stupid moths ruining fruits

    Posted by Arnold on 8th Oct 2021

    I think we have the oriental moths, we are not sure. It is either that or the codling moths becuase they are getting caught in the trap. Wish there was a ten pack or something larger since we need a lot of these. It does help with the fruit we actually got to eat some this summer and last summer. Before that these moths ruined almost all of the apples we had.

  • 4
    Lasts all season

    Posted by Ralph Kramdom on 23rd Jul 2021

    If you time the placement of the traps correctly you can get away with just using one in spring and one in fall. Keep them out of the sun all day and the bait lures will last for more than the expected time. Wait until they are on sale and get some for next year you can save them.

  • 5
    Super Traps!

    Posted by Mary R on 13th Apr 2021

    We buy these traps every year and they are exactly what we need to keep the moths off of the apples