22 Aug '11, 4pm

No Fly Zones: DIY Pest Strips

No Fly Zones: DIY Pest Strips

Summer brings the sweet ambience of dragonflies, butterflies, and fireflies—as well as infestations of houseflies, cluster flies, and bottle flies. What is it with the flies? Where do they come from? What do they want? And why won’t they just go away? The answers depend on the type of fly, but in general there are a number of small adjustments you can make to greatly decrease their presence in your home. The first thing to know is that flies lay their eggs in their food; which is always an organic material. Eradicate access to moist organic material and you can see a 90 percent reduction in your fly population. Make sure your trash cans have tightly fitting lids—also make sure to drain food waste, you can even wrap food scraps in newspaper or used paper bags before tossing it in the trash. Doing this helps to dry out the waste—flies require moisture for breeding. If you ha...

Full article: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/no-fly-zones-green-pest-...

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