March 2022 SSFS Meeting: Building a Codling Moth Trap

Building a Codling Moth Trap,  Tuesday March 1st at 7: pm

SSFS is very pleased to have Peg Amandes demonstrate how toBuild a Codling Moth trap. 

She builds them out of easily available material and uses a pheromone lure as an attractant. This trap is specific to Codling Moths.

Most of us have Codling moths, a destructive insect that leaves a burrow in the apple and frass on the exterior. The classic worm in the apple. Pheromone lures have been used with success by Peg and several other members of Western Cascade (our parent club).

Peg is a longtime member and has previously talked on various subjects including maple syrup production from our native Big Leaf maples, fruit preservation techniques, and deterring birds from eating strawberries. Always on the vanguard of what’s happening!

South Sound Fruit Society is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. 

Topic: South Sound Fruit Society Monthly Meeting: March 1, 2022

Time: Mar 1, 2022 06:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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