Fruit flies are tiny oval flies that feed on the fungus and rot that grows on the surface of decaying fruit, vegetables, and other organic items. Fruit flies living outdoors are highly active in the summer, with their number peaking during the harvest season. Indoors, with a consistent food source, they will thrive throughout the … Continue reading Professional Pest Control: 5 Fun Facts about Fruit Flies
It is inevitable that during the later months of summer, particularly around August, those Cluster Fly numbers seem to increase, and start becoming an annoyance. Both rural and suburban homeowners are struck with this plague-like condition every year, with some desperate need for sustainable pest control measures. Finding these guys in your home is something … Continue reading Cluster Flies: Your Late Summer Visitors
Even though you seem to be doing everything right, the fruit fly can be a bother no matter the measures you take. Sometime knowing your enemy is the best way to get the competitive advantage, and take control of the situation, first hand. Fruit flies are one of the most common kitchen and household annoyances … Continue reading Fruit Fly Facts That May Come In Handy This Fall
There are more than 4,700 drain fly species worldwide. Drain flies are small true flies with short, hairy bodies and wings. They resemble small moths and even given the nickname moth flies. Most common in humid tropic countries the drain fly is also found around home drains and sewage systems. They’re not harmful, but … Continue reading How to get rid of drain flies.
Not properly dealing with pests can prolong the infestation. It’s not about killing the rodents or insects you’re seeing right now. It’s about controlling it from happening again. There’s tons of things people do wrong when trying DIY pest removal. Improper research. Before starting any sort of pest removal make sure to do plenty of … Continue reading How you can make pest problems worse by trying to solve them yourself.
Flies are so annoying. They’re impossible to get out the house. They fly around your face at night. Buzzing and landing anywhere. Swiping at them is difficult because they’re so quick. Wait for them to land. And smash them. Even then it seems they’re still alive. Maybe some more cluster fly information can help remove … Continue reading What you need to know about cluster flies.