Lures attract Squash Vine Borer Moths! Ideal for DIY traps!
The adult Squash Vine Borer is a stout dark gray moth with 'hairy' red hind legs, opaque front wings, and clear hind wings with dark veins. Unlike most moths, they fly about the plants during the daytime, appearing more like a paper wasp than a moth.
This insect overwinters as a full grown larva or a pupa one to two inches below the soil surface. If it has not already done so, the larva pupates in the spring. Adult moths begin to emerge about the time the plants begin to run, and moth flight continues through mid August. The small brown eggs, laid individually on leaf stalks and vines, hatch in seven to 10 days. The newly hatched larva immediately bores into the stem. A larva feeds for 14 to 30 days before exiting the stem to pupate in the soil. There are 1 to 2 generations per year.
VivaGrow Squash Vine Borer lures utilize a pheromone to naturally attract mature moths to a trap of your choice, keeping them from being able to produce larvae which feed on and damage plants. 100% safe for pets, non toxic.
*VivaTrap VT-100 Squash Vine Borer Traps feature this lure*
Use with wet-glue sticky traps such as VivaTrap XL, dry glue is not strong enough to restrain squash vine borers. Traps not included.
Includes: 1 Squash Vine Borer lure, packaged in sealed foil pouch for longevity.
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Same bait as the traps if you don't need the whole thing
Perfect for my DIY water traps in my garden. Really brings in the borer moths.
Just the lure from their vine borer traps for squash. We have wanted these for years as just the lures. Finally they are here this season. Now if we could get a ten pack like the beetle lures.