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Fruit fly control

Has anyone had experience with and success at controlling fruit fly infestations in a cricket colony? They were most likely imported by using fresh produce for food and by ordering breeder crickets. So far we've had success by general sanitation, sticky traps and vinegar traps but wanted to see if anyone has any other ideas in case we may be missing something. Thanks in advance!


  • edited January 2018

    Natural product flies can be a significant issue, particularly on the off chance that you live in parts of the world where there is a great deal of warmth. Fruit flies are the worst of their kind. They're little, quick and they devour anything rotting. If you keep your kitchen pleasant and clean, the flies will have nothing to be attracted to. They cherish the smell of leafy foods, particularly things that are turning sour. Insect Repellents both natural or chemical can help reduce and resist fly infestation. Flies can not stand smoke, whether it is coming from a pest control machine or burning candle. One can try DIY ways to get rid of them or can also take the help of professional exterminators like Exterminator Naugatuck or similar which you can find near by you. Professionals can advise you better to get the permanent solution.

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