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200g CGWS Refill
Easy Hand Sprayer
Attack of the Citrus Gall Wasp
These nasty little pests can go unnoticed causing unrepairable damage to your citrus trees.
Citrus Gall Wasp lay their eggs just beneath the surface of the citrus tree branch, acting as a host for the larvae to nest and grow inside the branch while feeding on the tree's sap flow.
These nests cause a tremendous amount of stress to the tree, causing swelling of the branch and restricting the sap flow to the outer limbs.
Allowing these pests to continue to grow and nest, will reduce the tree's life span and provide you with little to no fruit.
The most susceptible are the lemon trees, followed by orange, lime and mandarin.
Fortnightly to monthly applications is required and applied to the point of runoff (drenched).
When to apply
Begin in late winter through until early Autumn or apply when the weather is consistently over 20 degrees.
Using a small container, slowly mix 50g (3 Tbspn) of CGW Spray powder per 1 litre of water while constantly stirring to prevent clotting.
Add mixed contents into the sprayer bottle, seal then shake vigorously to ensure contents are mixed thoroughly.
Apply 14 to 28 days apart
Add 25g (1½ Tbspn) of CGW Spray powder per 1 litre of water. (Follow mixing method as per initial application instructions above.)
At the completion of the application, flush sprayers with clean water.
Control citrus leafminer (Phyllocnistis citrella) easily using the eco-CLM trap. The trap attracts male citrus leafminer adults and prevents them from mating with females. Fewer pregnant females mean greater protection for your citrus trees.
The eco-CLM trap consists of a rubber plug impregnated with a pheromone and a sticky paper trap. Simply open the trap, throw the plug inside (it will stick), and hang in your tree. For small trees use one trap. For larger trees you’ll need 2 traps.
Female citrus leafminers only lay eggs on flushes of new growth so hang the trap when new growth commences. Replace every 8-12 weeks or sooner if the sticky trap is full.
Powerful pheromone attractant is irresistible to male citrus leafminers
The long-lasting sticky trap can handle all weather conditions
Contains no poisons
Targets only male citrus leafminers and won’t attract beneficial insects
Pheromone lasts 8-12 weeks
NOTE: For severe outbreaks combine with eco-oil or eco-neem for even greater protection against citrus leafminers.