Bed Bugs

Genus Cimex

 

Cockroach

Order Blattaria

 

Ants

Family Formicidae

 

Rodents

Order Rodentia

 

Ticks

Order Acari

Beetles

Order Coleoptera

Earwigs

Order Dermaptera

Millipedes

Class Diplopoda

Mites

Class Arachnida

Flies

Order Diptera

Mosquitoes

Family Culicdae

Spiders

Order Araneae

Fleas

Order Siphonaptera

Gnats

Class Diptera

Silverfish

Order Thysanura

Stink Bugs

Order Hemipetera

Weevils

Order Coleoptera

Fruit Flies

Order Diptera

  Pests and their botanical names

House Fly Control

The First step in House fly control is exclusion and sanitation. After these measures, you can use insecticides that come in residual forms, aerosols, fogging materials, and baiting forms. Fly traps have long been a favorite. There are many forms of fly traps, from disposable fly traps to electronic fly light traps with replaceable light bulbs and glue boards.

 

Exclusion and Sanitation

 

  1. Sanitation is the first measure of defense, even though there are various traps and sprays that are used to kill flies, it is necessary to eliminate the source in order to eliminate them.
  2. Whenever possible, food and materials on which the flies can lay their eggs must be removed or destroyed, which will isolate the egg-laying adult. Killing adult flies will reduce infestation, but elimination of breeding areas is necessary for good House Fly control management.
  3. Garbage cans and dumpsters should have tight-fitting lids and be cleaned regularly.
  4. Drainage will often aid control, getting rid of extra moisture.
  5. Openings of buildings should be tightly screened with screen.

Fly Control Products - House Flies

Recommendations

Insecticide Residual Concentrates

House flies rest on sunny surfaces in the daytime, and have a tendency to come inside or under eaves at night. These areas where the flies are resting can be sprayed with residual or contact insecticides. The flies rest on the sprayed surface and pick up enough insecticide to kill them. When spraying the surfaces, it should be wet enough to the point of runoff, but not enough to form puddles.
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