InVite Moth Lure Gel (IMLG012) is a special oil-based bait that’s designed to lure almond, ephestia, Indian meal, plodia, tobacco, Mediterranean flour and raisin moths. It’s made of non-pesticidal and non-toxic formula that contains pheromone attractants which is irresistible to moths. It can be used on any glue boards, or in a Yellow PFT Station for large-volume trapping in dusty locations. It can also be applied in a D-Sect IPM Station for a more discreet trapping in places like retail stores. It comes in an easy-to-use 12-dose mini-syringe with markings on the tube for your convenience.
InVite Moth Lure Gel may be used on a glueboard in the D-Sect Station for discreet monitoring, in the Yellow Hanging PFT Station for high volume trapping without worrying about dust, or on any folding glueboard. To use in the D-Sect or on other glueboards, apply one dose (as indicated by the lines on the tube) in a thick bead directly to the center of the glueboard. To use in the Hanging PFT, put water in the cup about half full (a drop of dish soap can be added to the water to help moths drown) and apply one dose in a thick bead on the side of the cup above the water, or on the underside of the retainer ring. Don’t worry if the gel touches the water; it is completely oil-based so water will not affect it as long as it is not submerged under water.
Place traps on walls or shelving or hang. InVite Moth Lure Gel will remain active for 90 days, or potentially longer in cool areas.
Place traps a little above eye level, preferably near or on walls, since adult moths often rest on walls.
Moths fly more in warmer temperatures, so place traps in areas above 60 degrees Fahrenheit, preferably in areas with some air movement.
The sex pheromone will draw male moths from 30-50 feet away, or further if there is good air flow. In warehouses, place traps in a grid pattern every 50-100 feet. The grid may be tightened or loosened by adjusting the dose of gel used.
I bought a moth trap and it works better than this. InVite and fewer months caught, not sure if they were caught by chance or this thing works. Where as a month trap I bought worked better than InVite. Further more, it's messy and hard to clean up.
I feed birds a diet of seed and there are always seed moths. Regardless if I freeze the bird seed during storage those pesky moths appear. My best treatment of seed months are the InVite Moth Lure Gel and glue board traps. I use the glue board traps outside for small rodents.