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|ARBICO Organics Solar Fly Trap - Captures Hordes of Flies! |
Used by horse owners, breeding and training facilities, dairies, poultry and swine facilities, feedlots, gardeners, pet owners, kennels, and other places where flies are a problem.
This made-to-last, rust-free, heavy duty trap goes anywhere. Use it to reduce existing fly populations, fly blooms and migrant flies.
The yeast bait is mixed with water and poured into the container at the bottom of the trap. Within seconds flies are lured into the trap. They enter into the confinement chamber and dehydrate from exposure to the sun. When the solar fly trap begins to fill up with flies, just empty, hose out and reset with new bait.
Comes with one packet of bait, which is enough for approximately 5 weeks.
Dimensions: 12" Dia. x 10.5" tall
Instructions Available for Download: (PDF file) Solar Fly Trap Instructions.
Watch our video - See how easy it is to use the Solar Fly Trap.
|What Our Customers Say About the Solar Fly Trap: |
|By Devonrochelle on May 2012 |
|I bought a trap this spring, and am buying a second right now! Although fly season isn't in full swing yet here in northern Wisconsin, between the Fly Eliminators and the Solar Fly Trap, I haven't seen more than a few flies on my 4 horses. LOTS of flies in the trap, though!! |
|Worth the $$! |
|By Liane Sewell, July 2011 |
|We've used these traps for years and years. They'll practically last forever. I can't say enough about how effective these traps are. Once you've found the 'hot spot' in your yard or corral, flies by the thousands will be lured in and captured. Easy to maintain, and we just tie a weight to one of the legs and never have a problem with wind - hail is another story. |
This product is a Monitor, Trap or Lure for the following: Flies (mult
Outdoors, Nursery, Greenhouse, Grow Room, Hydroponics, Aquaponics, Pond & Environment, Interiorscapes, Container Plants, Houseplants, Household Pets, Horses, Farm Animals, Livestock, Zoo Animals
Shelf Life: NA
Storage: Store baits in cool, dry environment. Can be refrigerated for optimal life.
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Solar Fly Trap
- By DJ on Mar 11, 2014
Tried the Solar Fly Trap for the first time and it's pretty amazing. Just set it where you need to - since it is a trap it is better to put it where you want the flies to go!
- By Waneta L on Jun 20, 2014
Far and away the best for controlling flies, start early and maintain. I've never seen anything work as well as these.
Minor Investment, Major Return!
- By Rick on Jul 19, 2014
We live in the city, with 2 dogs, 5 chickens, and plenty of flies. I am a subscriber to the Fly Eliminator program, which helps. The icing on the cake was the Solar Fly Trap. I am almost certain we have trapped most of the flies in our neighborhood!
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- By Debi Consigny on Jul 21, 2014
i love these traps! they are the most effective traps i have ever tried. i put them in hot spots and i catch thousands.
i also put cat food cans under the traps and they become super effective for yellow jackets and gnats. also they are discreet so i don't have bright yellow fly bags advertising my fly issues
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- By Daniel on Aug 18, 2014
Really good product, unfortunately the bowls can be difficult to retrieve to replace the bait. Do you have any ideas for how to make this easier?
Owner Response:Hello Daniel,
To refill the bowl with bait, simply lift off the top of the solar fly trap and pour the new bait in from the top. All of the cleaning can take place in this way as well. So, once the bowl is set in place, you really don't need to remove it to clean and reset the bait.
Thanks for asking!
Works but really smelly!!!!!
- By valerie on Sep 20, 2014
I would give the contraption a 5 for effectiveness but since I had to put it on my back porch I could smell the intense odor as soon as I opened the back door! It would have been good to put that part in the description. I had to place it on my porch as the fly's are horrible around my animal's food. I am trying to keep them off the area. I will say that it definitely works! The bowl is difficult to take off to clean as well. I think a better way of having the bowl held on would be ideal.
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