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PetSmart - Dog

January 19, 2013

Birdseed Moth Traps Help Keep Your Food Fresh and Moth-Free

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Feeding the wild birds is a popular American hobby, second only to gardening. That means there's a lot of bird seed lying around our homes and garages. Often that birdseed is contaminated with moths which then infest other nearby grain products--cereal, flour, cookies, pasta.

A Birdseed Moth Trap captures the moths in your home that contaminate birdseed, with a lure that attracts flour moths, meal moths, seed moths, and most other food moths. Each disposable trap will work up to three months.

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Posted by Molly & Jessie at January 19, 2013 1:49 AM

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