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Wild May fruit fly attractantBy Wildmay All Rights Reserved, Supplier of (Photo Credits)

Wild May is a male attractant; it works by attracting and killing all the male flies, including juveniles before they can breed. Ideal for indicating activity of fruit fly and with prolong use will reduce the incidence of fruit fly damage significantly. Non toxic, can be used on organic farms.

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No 1 atractant i have used it for 4 yrs now and i have beautiful tomatoes evry year | John Comrie - Crescent Head, NSW 01-Dec-2008
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Wild May Fruit Fly Attractant 10/10

Chris3's Edible Fruits
Update: 4053 days 20hrs

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Put out in at end of winter last year & was shocked with the number of fruit fly in the trap before spring started.

Planted: 2008

Pollination: No

Organic Status:Partially Organic

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