Farnam Home and Garden 57102 Fly Trap Attractant, 4-Ounce
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- Attracts Flies Like A Magnet
- Used With Magnum Or Terminator Trap
- Contains No Pesticides
- Safe for Use Around Animals and Children
- for Outdoor Use
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|Item Dimensions||4.8 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches|
|Item Weight||0.3 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||57102|
|Shipping Weight||0.5 pounds|
Farnam 57102 fly trap attractant is an effective, insecticide-free refill for your terminator or magnum fly trap. Use 2 teaspoons (1-Ounce) with the terminator, or 4 teaspoons (2-Ounce) with the magnum. The potent attractants are effective on house flies, flesh flies, dung flies and many other species. Safe for use around animals and children.
Top Customer Reviews
What we've learned: Set your jugs in the sun. he area ours are in get about six hours of sun per day. Don't put them too high up. We've gotten the best results with our fly trap sitting about two feet off the ground. Place it away from your back door or places in the yard where you want to hang out because it will be constantly surrounded by flies.
I bought the trap lids only, rather than disposable traps, to save money, so I'm using milk jugs and other gallon size bottles to hold the solution. It is very important to SAVE the lid to the milk jug or whatever container you're using, so you'll have it to recap the jug when it's time to replace it.
Trust me, you do not want to try to reuse the same container. The contents of a fully used jug stink to high heaven. Working as fast as you can and holding your breath, pull the fly trap top out and replace it with the original lid to the jug. Screw the lid on as tight as you can and dispose of it sitting in an upright position in your garbage can. I highly recommend doing this the night before your trash day as the flies will continue to be attracted to even the sealed jug.
Old bleach bottles, gallon size dishwashing soap jugs, various cleaning and laundry product bottles will all work as well as gallon sized milk jugs.
If you don't have enough property to locate this a distance from your house, you might want to consider something else.
I added this to the mix (and emptied out the trap before I put it back on)... in one Day I caught more flies than I had ever seen in the trap before. I killed them with spray (rather than just waiting for them to die... which I usually do) and decided to weigh them.... 8 oz... 1/2 pound of flies in ONE 8 hour day (daylight after I added this to trap).
People say it smells... my answer: WAY less than poop and rotting stuff. You are not trying to catch bees. I really did not find the odor strong or offensive. I could kind of smell it when I was near the trap, but not much.
I will be buying this again. I use fly traps to rid my land of flies at my "city ranch" with chickens, goats and llamas. Flies bother them and this product does a great job attracting them to their doom.