Fruit Fly Life Cycle
Natural Solutions has endless information on different bugs to educate readers so they can prevent infestations. We wanted to provide knowledge for you on the common fruit fly. Fruit Flies can be a problem year long, but mostly in the late summer and early fall as fruits and vegetables are ripening and fermenting more readily. Fruit flies are attracted to very ripe bananas, potatoes, onions, tomatoes, melon, grapes and other perishable items.
Be careful with Fruit Flies as they lay their eggs near the surface of fermenting foods or other moist, organic materials..and the reproductive potential of fruit flies is enormous (it can lay 500 eggs in one week). Once your home is infested with fruit flies, all potential breeding areas must be located and eliminated! Hopefully with this ample information, you can be better aware of the fruit flies in your home and how to eradicate them!
Are you plagued by fruit flies in your kitchen? Do they come around every once and a while but you have no idea how to get rid of them? Dr. Myles Bader can help you get fruit flies out of your house for good! Dr. Bader has been working for years to get you the most effective all natural solutions to drive bugs and pests away from your home. To rid your kitchen of those annoying fruit flies, just take a tall glass and fill the bottom with some apple cider vinegar. Then, take a piece of paper and roll into a funnel. Place funnel in the glass. The fruit flies will be attracted to the apple cider vinegar and will almost immediately make their way over to the glass, inside the funnel, and stuck in the vinegar. It won’t be long until your fruit fly problems are gone!
Tips like this and so many more can be found in Dr. Bader’s “Natural Solutions To Things That Bug You.” Right now you can also get a Natural Pest Solutions calendar when you order the book! Start the year off right and learn how to keep your home free of pests and insects with the Natural Solutions Book!