Natural Catch Plus fruit fly traps are the no-fuss, no-mess method of trapping and getting rid of pesky fruit flies for good. Low-maintenance traps are non-toxic and pesticide free, containing only a vinegar based all natural attractant to lure fruit flies to their doom. Natural Catch Plus Fruit Fly Traps are ready to use and can be placed right in the center of your fruit bowl. Reduces fruit fly populations 70 to 80 percent or more. Provides control for 30 days.
1 Trap Covers 10 Square Feet or Place Traps 3 - 4 Feet Apart.
|Active Ingredient:||Patented food grade ingredients. This product does not use any pesticides or poisons.|
|Target pests:||Fruit Flies|
|Yield:||1 trap covers 10 square feet, or about 3 to 4 feet apart.|
|Manufactured By:||Bio-logic Resources (UPC: 059669000128)|
How to use Natural Catch Plus Fruit Fly Trap:
Simply puncture the top of Natural Catch Plus fruit fly trap with a ball point pen and place it on countertops, in fruit or baked good displays, or wherever pesky fruit flies are a problem. For best results, replace Natural Catch Plus fruit fly traps every 30 days.
How to Identify a Fruit Fly:
1. Fruit flies have four black horizontal stripes on their bodies.
2. The fruit fly has reddish colored eyes
3. The fruit fly is known as one of the most colorful in the world of flies and has an artistic designs on its wings
4. Fruit flies are indeed attracted to fruit as their main source of food and will use their legs to eat and drink liquids like most other flies. If fruit is not available, fruit flies will gravitate towards wet or damp areas (like drains) as their next preferred habitat.
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14 of 15 people found this review helpful:
Natural Catch Fruit Fly Traps
By Kate on July 30, 2010
We had a very bad fruit fly problem and placed the traps out. Day one the flies just hang out by the trap. Day two some went inside the trap. A week later most gone. Two weeks later 3-4 flies still hanging around. I was hoping the flies would be drawn to the trap and be done with them in a few days. Not the case.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful:
Natural Catch Plus Fruit Fly Trap-case-12 traps
By Robert on June 21, 2010
I have used these traps for many years in the kitchen. They work well, but do need replacing regularly.
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By Melissa on November 3, 2010
I have used this product before and ran out last year. I tried to make my own traps and had minimal if any luck with those. I bought this product again, stuck one in the corner and the fruit flies were gone within two days. Hassle free product. Definitely worth buying!!
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By Leah on May 9, 2012
Have bought this product before fro a different company... much better value HERE!!!
3 of 4 people found this review helpful:
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By Linda on October 21, 2010
This is my second package of traps. I use them all summer and then I am free of fruit flies for the entire summer.
Fruit fly traps
By Linda on November 28, 2013
I've used them for years ~ they are very effective !
By Jeff on October 18, 2013
We seem to have seasonal invasions of fruit flies, and maybe other small flies that look similar as well. These traps seem to be working on the fruit fly population; at least we've seen a lot less of them. However, the other critters don't seem to be affected -- vinegar flies, whatever -- they seem to head for protein-based residues, not fruit. At least those flies are not as evident as the fruit flies were. Will buy these again. Still looking for something to do the other critters in.
A great product.
June 6, 2013
Unbelievably simple, yet these traps work completely. One trap per month serves a very large area. They are unobtrusive, so they can be placed just about anywhere. I would recommend these traps to everyone who is not fond of fruitflies.
Fruit Fly Trap
By Denise on April 25, 2013
I have used these for years. They work and I like that they are Natural and you do not need to worry about putting them near food. This price is great compared to other web sites. The service from DoMyOwnPestControl is excellent.
By Linda on November 28, 2012
This is one of many I have tried. This is the most recent one I have purchased. It will not be my last. Within 2 days of opening them (3) no more fruit flys. I have a puppy and 2 exotic birds, so these pesky flies can be a problem. No more.
Natural Catch Plus Fruit Fly Trap
By Nancy on November 17, 2012
After using a couple of spray types, I ordered these for my mother's house. The first one worked wonders, after a couple of days, no more fruit flys. Would highly recommend. Also, a big thing, very safe to use.
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By Louanna on October 31, 2012
Most of the time these work very well. At the end of summer it appears the flies overwhelm everything! This is certainly the way to purchase the item--otherwise they are very pricey!
By Tomi on September 25, 2012
My fruit flys just ignore the traps and continue to infiltrate not only the kitchen but they are trying to take over the house. Did I miss something I should have done to make them work?
Be Patient with these
By Mark on September 9, 2012
We bring in a lot of fresh fruits and vegetables from the farmers market so sometimes we get some fruit flies. At first I thought I had wasted my money. But after about a week, I noticed some fruit flies caught in the traps. They work well with the Flyweb Light. I noticed the traps are more effective when placed near a light source.
Fruit Fly Trap
By Deanna on September 3, 2012
We have seen a substantial decline in the fruit flies that had been driving us crazy. This is the second product we tries, and will definitely use it again in the future if the need arises.
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September 11, 2010Myron asked:
QHow long can a trap be stored in a fridge? How do they work (details)?
AThere would be no reason to store these traps in your fridge. The low-maintenance Natural Catch Plus Fruit Fly traps are non-toxic and pesticide free, containing only a vinegar based all natural attractant to lure fruit flies to their doom. Once the flies enter the trap, they cannot escape and they drown. Natural Catch Plus Fruit Fly Traps are ready to use and can be placed right in the center of your fruit bowl. Reduces fruit fly populations 70 to 80 percent or more. Provides control for 30 days.
March 18, 2011Craig asked:
QI need to control fruit flies in a restaurant, what would be the best product to use?
AThe main goal with fruit flies is to find the breeding site. In restaurants fruit flies almost always breed from the syrup and other food and drink that falls behind the bar areas and where the soda machines and soda guns are. We carry traps to catch the adult flies that are flying around, the best seller being our natural catch plus fruit fly traps. As far as the source and breeding sites, you should wash all of the areas underneath the bar and soda areas to clean any syrup or other sticky areas and places where food could have failed behind or under machines It is also a good idea to apply a product like Invade Hot Shot which is a foam that will eat away any organic matter that fruit flies breed in.
March 15, 2012Sue from Valparaiso, In asked:
QHow big is each Natural Catch Plus Fruit Fly Trap?
I was wondering what the size is of each trap, since that will help me determine where I can place them.
AThe triangular Natural Catch Trap is 3 inch L x 3 inch L x 3 inch L and about 1 1/2 inch tall.
November 20, 2013S. from Reisterstown, Maryland asked:
QI have these bugs that look like a fruit fly, but I never keep fruit on my counter.
I was told that they could come from my sink. I started using ammonia to clean the disposal, but they didn't go away. What should I do to get rid of them? They are such a bother constantly flying in my face.
A The first thing we recommend you do is get a positive identification on the insect you are trying to eliminate. Many of the tiny flying insects get misidentified by home or business owners which leads to ineffective treatment programs. You can contact your local cooperative extension office and request to speak to the entomologist on staff. The entomologist will instruct you on how to obtain a sample of the insect and send it to them. If, as you thought it is indeed fruit flies then you MUST find the source of the infestation. Look under stoves, refrigerators, counters and the like for spilled fruit juices or fruits. Performing a thorough sanitation should help eliminate the source of the infestation.
The first thing we recommend you do is get a positive identification on the insect you are trying to eliminate. Many of the tiny flying insects get misidentified by home or business owners which leads to ineffective treatment programs. You can contact your local cooperative extension office and request to speak to the entomologist on staff. The entomologist will instruct you on how to obtain a sample of the insect and send it to them. If, as you thought it is indeed fruit flies then you MUST find the source of the infestation. Look under stoves, refrigerators, counters and the like for spilled fruit juices or fruits. Performing a thorough sanitation should help eliminate the source of the infestation.