Pantry Patrol Pheromone Traps for Beetles and Moths
For use in homes, pantries, and cabinets for control of stored product pests.
Beetle traps are one of the most effective solutions to your beetle problem. The traps we sell are professional grade and can be used to trap many different kinds of beetles. Continue reading below the products on this page to learn about using beetle traps effectively.
Also see our beetle control page for more products to help you get rid of those unwanted beetles.
Using Beetle Traps
Most beetle traps available use a pheromone lure to attract the beetles to them. Some traps have an added lure that mimics their preferred food source. The beetles are trapped either by a sticky trap or a container shaped to keep insects from escaping but allow insects in. Sometimes, traps don't work on beetles. Ladybugs, or Asian lady beetles, aren't trapped easily indoors.
Japanese beetle traps use a lure and container, and people find moderate success using them on their properties. One trap usually covers about 500 square feet. Placing too many of these traps in one area can cause more beetles to be attracted to your lawn, inviting more feeding damage instead of decreasing it. See all of our Japanese Beetle control products for addtional options.
Carpet beetles can be destructive if gone untreated, but we sell kits that include carpet beetle traps that can help eliminate your carpet beetle infestation.
Pantry pests, which include several types of beetles including flour beetles, can be difficult to get rid of. Sticky traps and corner traps help to eliminate these pests from your food storage areas.