Monterey Lady Bug Attractant

Monterey Lady Bug Attractant

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Product Overview

The Monterey Ladybug Attractant attracts ladybugs and lacewings using pheromones, luring these aphid eaters to your aphid-infested plants. Ladybug attractants can be used in greenhouses and outdoors, is safe for organic gardens, and contains no pesticides. Simply attach lure to the plants that have aphids, making sure you hang out of pets’ reach.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient: Lady bug pheromone
Target pests: Attracts lady bugs
For use in: Outdoors and greenhouses
Application: Attach lure to a plant in your garden or greenhouse where aphids and other insects are present
Pet safe: Safe for organic uses, contains no pesticides, place out of reach of pets
Shipping Weight: 0.07 lbs
Manufacturer: Monterey Lawn & Garden (Mfg. Number: LG 8510)
UPC: 022179102354

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Can you use Monterey Lady Bug Attractant to attract and bag Japanese beetles?

When they cut beans around here these bugs get to swarming and really are a nuisance! If so I`ll be ordering a few.

A

The Monterey Lady Bug Attractant does not come with a bag, it is used to bring the lady bugs to your plants that are infested with aphids, scale or plant lice as the lady bugs will eat those bugs.  It comes with a lure that you would attach to your plant and it has a 6 foot radius and will last 2-3 weeks.

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Are ladybugs beneficial to pepper plants (orange bell, green bell, Serrano, scorpion, and jalapeno)?

Desert climate

A

Beneficial insects, such as ladybugs, eat aphids and keep pest populations under control. They feed on eggs, larvae and adult pests in the gardens. 

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