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Pantry Patrol Pheromone Traps for Beetles and Moths uses food grade oil and pheromones to attract and to trap many food pest beetles. Working for up to three months the Pantry Patrol Pheromone Traps for Beetles and Moths uses the pheromones of warehouse beetle, cigarette beetle, flour beetle, and pheromones from the Pyralid moth complex. Pantry Patrol Pheromone Traps for Beetles and Moths is safe to use and is considered non-toxic.
|Active Ingredient:||Non-Fortified Wheat Germ Oil - 89.62% Inert Ingredient - 9.96% Insect Pheromone - 0.42%|
|Target pests:||Red Flour Beetle, Confused Flour Beetle, Indian Meal Moth, Warehouse Beetle, Cigarette Beetle, Mediterranean Flour Moth, Tobacco Moth, Rice Weevil, Saw-Toothed Grain Beetle|
|For use in:||Pantry, kitchen, home, business, cabinets and corners.|
|Parts Included:||2 Pitfall Traps 2 Liquid Pheromone Lures|
|Shipping Weight:||0.11 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Insects Limited|
- The pitfall traps easily fit into cabinets and corners.
- The box it comes packaged in can double as an optional dust cover.
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4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
Pantry Patrol Pheromone Traps, Does not attract Flour Beetle
By Christy in Omaha, NE on 09/23/2014
I purchased the Pantry Patrol Pheromone Traps after reading some of the reviews and though the reviews stated they were working to capture pantry moths, the description for the product states they also work for beetles. I have flour beetles and have taken the measures of emptying all of my cabinets and cleaning them. I have also bagged all food so they will cease to breed. I still see them so went ahead and made this purchase. I placed the trap where I see them most often and after several days, no beetles are in the trap ;(. After a week, still no beetles are in the trap but they are still on here. I would NOT recommend this product for flour beetles as it does not appear to attract them.
While these traps are labeled for a variety of common stored product pests, it is possible that you have a species not specified for this pheromone. When using traps, it is important to identify exactly what type of pest you have. We would also recommend using a residual aerosol such as Cy-Kick Aerosol in the cracks and crevices and in any voids around the cabinets: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/cykick-aerosol-p-43.html
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
Has helped control flour bugs
By Ea in Covington on 11/23/2014
I also had to throw everything away and start over putting packages in plastic containers.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Pantry Patrol Pheromone Traps.
By Karen in Oakland, Arkansas on 04/11/2013
Well, not working welll at all. Still have a ton of them flying around. Have only caught about 3 or 4 per trap.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Moth Traps Work So Very Well
By in Palm Harbor, FL on 07/17/2013
I am so pleased that I purchased the Pheromone Traps! Someone bought bird seed for me that was not the brand I usually bought. Unfortunately, they bought the moths too. What a bother!!! ... that is until I bough Pantry Patrol. Those moths certainly do like the pheromone! Thanks to DoMyOwnPestControl!
1 of 3 people found this review helpful:
Pantry Patrol Pheromone Traps
By K. in Madison, WI on 10/26/2012
Shipping was immediate! So far, none trapped, but none found alive after my thorough cleaning, disposal of anything or open, and spraying with an insecticide I had on hand initially. The Pheromone Traps give me piece of mind just having them out should any more flour beetles hatch.
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10/22/2013 Gaby from Brownsville, Tx
QWhat other products besides Pantry Patrol Pheromone Traps that are for drugstore beetles?
My kitchen is infested. Please help!!
AWe would also recommend using Cy Kick Aerosol. This product is to be applied to cracks and crevices like the voids behind and around kitchen cabinets and pantries. This product will help to kill larvae before they pupate and also beetles that have moved to cracks and crevices during the pupate stage.