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  • Writer's pictureBonny Faulkner-Hollis-Alexander

Trap to catch Codlin Guava Moths

Fruits are all developing now, so it is crucial to apply all the measures to stop the cycle of the Codlin and Guava moths.

My newest addition to the arsenal is this solar-powered blue light trap. They are designed directly for this issue by a Kerikeri business.

The trap covers an area of 1000 square meters and is easy to assemble and use. Please keep it in your trees until the fruits are ripe to catch as many moths as possible. Then, store it away until next spring.

These are costly but will last the distance and likely cover your entire property. Also, you support small businesses like mine. Thanks

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