Gardening brings great fun but interference of pests makes it distastes. Pests love your plants as you love but they love them for eating. They attack, eat, and destroy your plants that you flowered with deep affection. So where do they come from and where do they go after creating so much destruction? Do they live inside the soil? Of course they are there. Are they inside the heaps of waste?

Yes they will also be there. You can never get rid of these nasty insects on your own and will need help of us. Chandra is a well recognized name in pest controlling since 2016. We have an expert team of technicians who have years of expertise in pest controlling. We have a number of solutions for eradicating pests and each of them is applied on particular case. Most flies lay their eggs in warm moist materials that will furnish a food source for the developing larvae (maggot). Animal and human feces, garbage, diaper bags, rotting vegetables, and even ground with excess organic matter will provide a suitable egg depository.

Once deposited the egg hatches and a larvae resembling a small yellowish worm called a maggot emerges. Fly larvae will normally pupate or form a hard brown colored pupa shell around their body in 4 -7 days. When fully developed the adult fly breaks open the end of the pupa shell and emerges. Adult flies are often ready to mate within hours of pupating. During warm weather, most flies can have 2 or 3 generations per month. The average adult fly lives about 20 days.

Physical Controls for Filth Flies :

  •   Install and maintain tight-fitting window screens. Check your screens for holes or tears, and repair them as needed. Caulk and seal any openings around windows, doors, or in your foundation.
  •   Sticky fly paper does work, but is most useful when fly populations are low.
  •   If you’ve followed all the steps to limit breeding sites, hanging a few sticky fly paper traps will do the trick on the few that wander into your home. Still, you might not like having a ribbon of dead flies hanging from your ceiling.
  •   Commercially available fly traps work well, especially for house flies. Traps usually contain some kind of food bait, sometimes in combination with a pheromone. Place fly traps where you see the most flies.