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Tanglefoot Japanese Beetle Xpando Trap
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- Expandable plastic traps outlast bag versions
- Pesticide-free alternative to harmful chemicals
- Ideal for home or commercial use
- One dual-lure bait is effective for an entire season
- Refill lure attracts both male and female beetles
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|Item Dimensions||3 x 3 x 3 inches|
|Item Weight||0.19 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||B001BO8BWI|
|Shipping Weight||0.5 pounds|
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Japanese beetles will eat virtually anything—and they don’t dine alone. Save ornamental trees and plants from these destructive beetles with the Tanglefoot Japanese Beetle Trap. This reusable trap uses pheromone and floral lures to attract both male and female beetles to control beetle populations without pesticides or harmful chemicals. The yellow color attractive combined with the tempting lures, creates a highly efficient beetle trap.
Top customer reviews
Sometimes I like to just stand there and watch them fall into the trap. It brings me happiness. Sometimes I even like to pretend I'm Jabba the Hutt sending them to their death in the sand pit to be eaten alive over thousands of years by the green and yellow Sarlacc...only this time Han and Luke don't escape. Only minor negative thing I can say about it is the yellow "fins" have a bit of "flash" on them and sometimes the beetles are able to grip it and land on the top of them. I plan on using a razor to cut the flash off and sand it with 2000 grit to make it smoother so they can't land on them anymore but even without that modification the trap works great.