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Horse Chestnut Leaf Miner Pheromone Lure

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Use Our Highly Effective Pheromone Lure In Our Horse Chestnut Leaf Miner Traps

This highly attractive pheromone lure has been designed specifically to attract adult male Horse Chestnut Leaf Miners into traps. 

This helps reduce the male numbers of the moth and effectively stops their reproduction; breaking the life cycle and giving complete control over the pest.

How Do I Set Up The Lures Inside The Traps?

Simply remove the lure from the foil sachet and place it in the cage at the top of the trap. These lures can be used for both our standard size and large sized Horse Chestnut Leaf Miner traps.

What Distance Will A Horse Chestnut Leaf Miner Lure Cover?

The trap and lure will cover 1 tree. 

Can I Store The Lure?

If lures are to be stored and not used upon receipt, you may store them in a fridge or freezer.

When Should I Use The Lure In My Traps?

Horse Chestnut Leaf Miner traps should be hung from your trees from April onwards to effectively reduce the pest population and protect your Horse Chestnut trees.

When Will I Need To Replace The Lure?

These lures will last for 6 weeks, after which time they should be replaced.

More information on how to treat Horse Chestnut Leaf Miners can be found on the Large Horse Chesnut Leaf Miner Trap and Standard Sized Horse Chestnut Leaf Miner Trap product instructions.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
J Gilbert
Great product for leaf miner

We have a 250 year old protected horse chestnut tree and this product is very effective at catching the leaf miner.

Kevin Bell
Last Year's Purchase

I can't comment on this year's purchase but I bought the same last year and this definitely reduced the level of infestation. Hopefully into the second year it may be even better


Kills so many. However this year it also attracted blue bottles.

Fewer moths, healthier tree

We've been using these lures for a few years now and every year the tree seems to stay greener for longer. Every time we empty the trap and change the lure there are loads of moths in there.
It's a massive tree with a bad infestation, so we don't expect to get rid of them all any time soon, but it's certainly making a difference and the tree is healthier and looks better.
The only downside is that it also has a lot more viable conkers each year, so we have to keep an eye out for saplings and pull more of them up each year.