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On his weekend radio program, Graham Ross said there is a new
commercial fruitfly lure on the market, it attracts both male and
female fruit flies. I believe he said it's marketed as BAMAC.

Seems like it might be just in time for the spring fruiting.
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On his weekend radio program, Graham Ross said there is a new
commercial fruitfly lure on the market, it attracts both male and
female fruit flies. I believe he said it's marketed as BAMAC.

Seems like it might be just in time for the spring fruiting.
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John Savage (my news address is not valid for email)
Would anyone have information on a supplier of this fruit fly lure. The Shire Council I work for want to use this for their vegie gardens for Children's Services.
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On Fri, 14 Sep 2012 06:01:26 +0000, Phyllis wrote:


John Savage;968553 Wrote:
On his weekend radio program, Graham Ross said there is a new
commercial fruitfly lure on the market, it attracts both male and
female fruit flies. I believe he said it's marketed as BAMAC.

Seems like it might be just in time for the spring fruiting.
--
John Savage (my news address is not valid for email)


Would anyone have information on a supplier of this fruit fly lure. The
Shire Council I work for want to use this for their vegie gardens for
Children's Services.


Bunnings sell them.



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