3 Reusable traps
3 one-season, controlled-release lures
Apple Maggots are a type of fruit fly that attack apples, blueberries, hawthorn, plums, pears and cherries. They cause extensive fruit damage that renders fruit useless. The fly is smaller than a housefly and appears throughout the summer. Most fruits are attacked by flies that lay their eggs during late spring to early summer.
The Apple Maggot trap and lure set have proven effective at reducing apple maggot damage. Flies are attracted by the lures and come to a sticky demise on the juicy-looking apple sphere.
Place traps in trees 1 or 2 weeks before bud break in early spring, and leave out until harvest time.
How Many Traps Do I Need?
For Monitoring: Use 3 traps in an orchard
For Control: Use 2 traps per dwarf tree, and 3 traps per large tree.