Tag: cluster flies

Get Rid of Fruit Flies in 5 Ways | Bug Tip Tuesday

Fruit flies can be the bane of every homeowner's existence, no matter what time of year it is. A fruit fly infestation can quickly spiral out of control if steps aren't taken at the first sign of a fruit fly problem. They're small, numerous and peskier than most other insects as they swarm... more
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Non-biting flies

Non-biting flies are one of the most important pest groups because they are not only nuisance pests, but many are also important in disease transmission. Flies feed on a variety of food materials but most of those of structural importance develop in either fermenting or decaying organic matter,... more
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Pest Control Year Round

The best year year-round programs take into account the seasonal behavior of pests.  Many pests seek out shelter as the weather becomes less comfortable outside. Seasonal pests such as rodents, cluster flies and stink bugs are extremely skilled at gaining entry to your home. The options for... more
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Prevent Cluster Flies

As soon as the fall approaches, the cluster flies begin to enter homes and buildings in large numbers. At this time of the year, the days become shorter and temperature begins to fall, hence they enter homes in search for overwintering sites. During this time the west and south facing buildings are... more
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The Cluster Fly

The cluster fly is a pest in homes, schools, and commercial buildings. Cluster flies derive their common name from their habit of entering a home or building in the fall and gathering together in clusters, usually in the attic or upper regions of buildings. The behavior of the flies is a good... more
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