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Tanglefoot Tree Insect Barrier Tub
|Price:||$10.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Works for gypsy moths, cankerworms, weevils, ants, caterpillars, moths and cutworms
- Long-lasting and weatherproof
- Ready-to-use in several sizes
- Also available in an easy-to-use kit
- OMRI rated and certified for organic gardening
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|Item Dimensions||3 x 4.62 x 4.62 inches|
|Item Weight||0.94 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||JEN-1857|
|Shipping Weight||1 pound|
Top Customer Reviews
We also coat red spheres with it, to trap flying insects that would otherwise infest the fruit. It works well - but is getting harder to find. The big box stores stopped carrying it, so I was pleased to find it on Amazon this year!
1. 1" wide self-stick foam weather strip around bottom of trunk.
2. Tinfoil pressed tightly around foam strip.
3. Use plastic disposable knife to spread Tanglefoot on the tinfoil. (you might want to use disposable gloves.)
Trap those pests before they can climb the tree and infect your treasured trees/fruit.
Do Not put directly on tree. And be sure to use the weather stripping to prevent critters from climbing up inside the Tanglefoot.
Use by itself or with Tangle Guard Paper Tree Wrap to keep you tree 'clean'.
Early fall I noticed the rain and wind had allowed the tape to loosen up and the ants were once again back at it. I removed the tape covered with tanglefoot and made another tape band that I again covered with tanglefoot and the ants were foiled.
Easy and effective. I would highly recommend.
cup instead of biting us. My record for a 2 mile walk is 174 deerflies. Sweet Revenge!
As mentioned, some of my trees were infested with scales. When I checked closely saw an abundance of ants scurrying amongst the scales and marching up and down the trees. Even notice some aphids waking with the ants down the tree. Not sure where they were going, but the pairs I saw walking, looked a little to friendly for my comfort.
So, I first cleaned up my trees of any insect infestation using either a mild 3% soap solution or a 3% Volck oil solution. Next, I implemented the Tanglefoot barriers using the flagging tape, per the Youtube video.
Its now been about 3 weeks since I pt up the Tanglefoot barrier on all 17 of my citrus trees. I check the trees on a daily basis, and so far there are no ants and scales on any of the trees. Occasionally, I find some aphids on some of the new growth leaves. I take care of those with a quick squirt either the soap or oil solution, and the aphids are dead.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used this to catch those pesty deer flies....I put a little on a piece of cardboard and pinned to my ball cap. Vwa La! I caught me some bugs and didn't even know it. I love it.Published 10 days ago by Melissa K.
This worked great! I put a strip of duct tape around the tree first shiny side out and then put a thin layer of this on the duct tape. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Andy
This is pretty cool - we have a citrus tree that is always getting aphids and ants. We wrapped a section of the trunk of the tree with some lose fitting duct-tape, then we painted... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Mitzi Gee