VivaTrap! PredaLure (2 Pack)

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PredaLure attracts ladybugs, lacewings and many other beneficial insects that prey on pests in your garden!

PredaLure was developed to help home gardeners and professional growers manage a number of destructive insect pests. PredaLure specifically attracts beneficial predatory insects such as lacewings, lady beetles, flower (hover) flies and many other beneficial insects to the area. Many university and commercial tests have shown that the use of PredaLure will reduce a variety of insect pests. The strong attractant signals beneficial insects that insect prey is available, causing them to find the food source.

The attractant in PredaLure is encapsulated in a controlled release packet. The proprietary membrane releases the attractant over a 4 week period.

Some of the beneficial insects attracted by PredaLure:

Ladybugs: Aggressive predator of aphids, mites, scale crawlers, and caterpillar and beetle eggs and larvae, particularly Colorado potato beetles.
Lacewings: The larvae of lacewings are generalist predators and attack almost any soft-bodied insect such as aphids, mites, mealybugs, thrips, scale crawlers, caterpillars, psyllids and eggs of all. Each larva can kill 30-50 aphids per day.
Flower or hover flies: Adult flies feed on pollen and nectar, whereas larvae feed on all soft-bodied insects. Larvae can consume 200-800 aphids in a 7-10 day period. They play an important role in suppressing populations of pest insects.
Others: Orius, Geocoris, Phytoseiulus, Stethorus, parasatoids.

Instructions: To use remove plastic pad lure from foil package. Do not cut plastic which is the controlled release membrane. Attach twist tie. In a garden or nursery setting hang dispenser at crop height equidistant from each other or in "hot spots" where pest population is high. General use rate in the garden is one per 400 sq.ft. or one per large tree, in the landscaped spaces every 40-50 feet.


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  • 4
    Cool idea

    Posted by Carla Klinkel on 23rd Jul 2021

    These are a really neat idea for getting more natural predator insects to come to your plants. Go natural!

  • 5
    They really work!

    Posted by Erica S on 20th Apr 2021

    These lures will encourage ladybugs to hang around on your plants where they will consume pests. All natural is always best, we don't spray our garden with anything