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The majority of insects have wings in their adult stage and move around mainly by flying.
Flies have been a nuisance insect for thousands of years. They affect human welfare because they can transmit diseases. Flies such as the common housefly are classified as filth flies because they breed in rotten food, manure, and garbage. A fly can mature from egg to adult in as few as ten days. This quick maturity can cause a severe fly problem in a short time. Proper sanitation and exclusion get rid of flies for long term results.
Use insecticides to kill an existing fly population. The insecticides come in residual forms, aerosols, fogging materials, and baits. Fly Lights with distinctive UV spectrums are also well known for attracting flies and trapping them. Fly lights are most popular in commercial establishments because they work well. We also carry fly glue traps.
An effective fly control program begins with sanitation and exclusion management. After sanitation and exclusion, we carry a wide assortment of insecticides that come in residual forms, aerosols, fogging materials, and baiting forms. Fly Lights with distinctive UV spectrums attract flies and traps them. These are popular in commercial establishments. We also carry fly glue traps.
Sanitation is critical in a good fly management program. The goal of sanitation is to remove or prevent any medium where fly larvae will develop. It's also important to remove things that are attractive to adult flies, such as garbage and animal waste. Moisture is a critical factor in any fly breeding material. Good drainage is also important, where possible.
There are various options for fly control management. These options include liquid concentrates, insecticide dusts, pyrethrin aerosols, fly light traps, fogging materials, fly baits, and outside fly traps.
such as the house fly can be nuisance pests but may be potentially harmful to humans and animals. The habits of filth flies favor the spread of bacteria and other disease-causing organisms. Filth flies not only feed and lay eggs on garbage, manure, and carrion. They may contaminate human foods and food prep areas when landing on these areas. House flies, for example, can spread diseases such as food poisoning and dysentery.
Many small flies(1/4") are found in food prep areas and may carry disease-causing organisms.The six fly species listed below are the most common of small flies.
Many commonly found flies found around the home are a nuisance and or bite. As with many flies, these flies breed on decaying organic matter and animal wastes. They may transmit bacteria and viruses to humans. Flies such as stable flies or horse flies (sometimes called "biting flies") feed on mammalian blood and can give a painful bite.