Fly Pest Control
The common housefly is a perfect host for many types of bacteria… proven carriers of such germs as gangrene, Typhoid, leprosy, tuberculosis, amoebic dysentery.
House flies can be a real nuisance when they are flying around. But they can also transmit diseases, so it is important to get rid of them. House fly control is not always as easy as it sounds. They prefer corners and edges or thin objects to rest on. Indoors, they rest on floors, walls and ceilings during the day. Outdoors, they will rest on plants, the ground, fence wires, garbage cans, etc. Night resting places are usually near sources of food and 5 to 15 feet off the ground. Care India Pest Control provides a integrated Pest Control service for Flies by spray and baiting treatments.
Fly Control Measures
A)-Sanitation: -Sanitation plays a critical role in a good fly management program. The goal in 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. For Drain fly clean the drain net thoroughly.
B)-Exclusion: -Flies found inside a building have entered from the outside in almost all cases. Therefore, barriers preventing access to the building are the first line of defense. Cracks around windows and doors where flies may enter should be sealed. Well-fitted screens will also limit their access to buildings. The best means of controlling flies is through ultraviolet light traps.
C)-Chemical ControlWhile the use of pesticides is usually not the best means of managing filth fly problems, sometimes chemical control can be a valuable component of an integrated fly management program. Resistance can happen rapidly and to a high degree. Therefore if insecticides are a part of your fly management program it is important to rotate the products used. Chemical treatments should only be applied as a last resort by a licensed, trained pest management professional.
1. Baits Baits are materials that contain an attractant and active ingredient that will kill flies that consume and/or touch it. Frequent replacements may be needed as some baits typically have a short residual period. Baits are not effective against all species of flies. House flies are most impacted by baits.
2. Residual Spray Treatments Residual liquid chemicals may be used to help eliminate and prevent fly populations around the exterior of a building. Residual treatments should only be used where the likelihood of food contamination, contamination of food surfaces or exposing building occupants is not a problem.