Plant Protection: Insect Pest Control
Insect traps and barriers can provide effective crop protection without the use of pesticides. Select from the assortment of tried and tested deterrents to the newest innovations to control and monitor insects in the garden and also in the greenhouse.
You will find these traps represent a perfect greenhouse pest population early warning system, allowing you to hit the first wave of invaders with a barrage of biological pest control measures and organic sprays
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These pesticide-free glue bands have a non-drying adhesive and provide effective and simple protection for your fruit trees. Ideal for preventing the winter moth females crawling up the trunk to lay their eggs.
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Tree trunks are a key route for many pests to attack fruit trees and this Insect Barrier Glue can provide an easy way of monitoring pest activity.
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This pheromone-based trap helps attract and trap adult pea moths, giving you a good idea of their numbers and removing a few for good measure.
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The more Garden Chafer beetles you catch in the Garden Chafer Trap in May means less lawn-wrecking grubs devouring the roots of your well-kept grass in August and September.
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Use this Raspberry Beetle Trap, which doubles as a monitoring kit, to detect the early signs of raspberry beetle by placing it 1m above ground, 4-6 weeks before first flower during April to July. The Raspberry Beetle Trap helps to improve the timing and efficiency of spray treatment, thereby reducing crop damage or any unnecessary spray application.
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The Leek Moth Trap is a monitoring system to catch the male leek moth to give advance warning of potential leek moth infestations and also to prevent male leek moths mating reducing the numbers.
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Codling Moth Traps can be used earlier in the year (from May onwards) to catch and monitor male codling moths. This helps warn of caterpillar attack later in the year and reduces the amount of fertilised females, leading to fewer caterpillars.
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Ideal for use towards the end of the summer when worker wasps have been turfed out of their nests, the Buzz Off Bottle Top Wasp Traps are supplied in a pack of six inserts and can be used season after season.
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Place the orange Carrot Root Fly Traps at the end of carrot rows in mid April to intercept the first generation of carrot fly and relocate the simple to move traps in late May before re-positioning in mid-July for the second generation of this persistent pest.
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A ready to use blend of natural plant and fish oils effective against a wide variety of insects, mites, scales and certain fungal diseases.
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The Horse Chestnut Leaf Miner Trap helps preserve that bastion of the English countryside, the horse chestnut tree, from leaf miners which burrow into the trees leaves and cause untold damage - including a reduction in conker size.
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A highly effective Insect Killer Spray made from natures own quick acting insecticide pyrethrum, this spray will tackle Raspberry beetle, Flea beetle and now at last the Red Lily beetle - all organically of course.
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A thoroughly efficient formulation which most certainly will not be welcomed by the usual greenhouse suspects of aphids, red spider mites, whiteflies and mealybugs; especially as the concentrate can be diluted to make 50 litres of spray.
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