Product review for Economy Red Sphere Traps

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 -  Tuesday, May 04, 2010
Chemical Free Solution Works Great!
Reviewed By: JoAnna (Brookings, SD)
I love my apple trees & of course the fruit, however, spraying chemicals on them is out of the question for us. We got these Tangle-Traps & I did not have one worm in my apples. Just buy the prescribed amount for each tree & apply sticky & hang--you're done for the season with apple maggots. PS-your ad is not misleading-just need to read it completely. Love this product & would highly recommend it!
 -  Sunday, March 28, 2010
I agree with David
Reviewed By: Jan (O'Neill, NE)
I agree that this product is misleading, why would we want the spheres without the sticky attractant. Now we have to spend more on shipping to order the tangle trap. It should be made clear in the product discription that both need to be ordered for this product to be functional. Or sell them together in the first place.
 -  Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Does not include Tangle Foot!
Reviewed By: David  (Raleigh, NC)
I beleive this ad is misleading. Most apple kits contain the small tube of Tangle Foot the sticky stuff you NEED to make this work. The ad states "Red sphere and tangle trap" Its just cheap plastis speres. With shipping its not worth $15. Feel this ripped me off!
 -  Saturday, June 07, 2008
love it
Reviewed By: Donna (Moores Hill, IN)
I love this product. It works great for me. I have even came up with the idea of wrapping my sphere with saran wrap and putting the tangle trap on it. This way it keeps the spheres clean and therefore they will last longer.
 -  Friday, May 25, 2007
Product expected Life 1 season
Reviewed By: Thomas (Minnetonka, MN)
The product shipped is described as the economy version of the Red Sphere. The expected product life is 1-2 seasons. After consulting with others, you should expect 1 season. I expected a longer product life. At approximately $20 per standard tree, this product is rather expensive per season.