we have 2 dogs, and i clean up after them weekly at a minimum. the patio gets
inundated with flies during the warm season, and i se no noticeable difference
if i clean up after the dogs daily. fly strips catch a bunch of flies but
reinforcements are quick to arrive so no real progress is noticable.
i was wondering is an auromatic sprayer like those mosquitos would work, but i
dont really want to continuously fog my backyard and patio with insecticides.
anyone have experience with the commercial fly catchers that supposedly use a
close to surrender here....
they sell a fly trap that works pretty well. it's pretty much a plastic
jar with a fancy top and a packet of attractant/poison. guess what the
attractant smells like?
you have to remember to replace the trap after a few days, because flies
will lay eggs in it and damned if I didn't see maggots crawl out.
yes the attractant smells like sh*t. literally.
we got the same problem. I throw sudsy water out on the area to keep down the
but the best is we got one of those containers with a lid and all the dumps go in
there. it doesnt have a tight lid, one of those you step on a peddle and the top
lifts. well on the underside of the lid I put one of those "vapona" no pest
so the flies go to that and are killed. Ingrid
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A chemical poison with an attractant works well "Golden Malrin" was
the brand name
Also when I raised rabbits I used fly parasites from an outfit called
These are fruit fly sized wasps that parasitize fly pupae and
reproduce as long as the flys do.
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