Sunday often feels like its the only day in the week we have a second to think and relax! With that time, it’s important to do something productive. For example, think about taking care of your home. What are the problems that need to be fixed? We guarantee that many will do with some pest control. We also guarantee that those pest problems can be solved NATURALLY and simply with our book. So then next Sunday you can sit and enjoy a pest-free environment.
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!
We share with you a bunch of solutions to all the bug pests in and around your home, but with outdoor activity at a high during the summer, we want you all to be aware of the plants around that can more dangerous and pest-like than bugs! A couple of key plants to look out for are poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac. Be aware of these poisonous plants! See if they’re in your area, where to look for them, what they look like, and how to treat infected areas!
Have more fun outdoors in the wonderful summer weather with the comfort of knowing what dangers to look for!