Flies Management Services

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Flies are a widespread nuisance across the globe, with the exception of the polar ice caps. Their rapid reproduction rate of over 1 million offspring in just six to eight weeks poses a significant threat. Their ability to easily spread diseases is a cause for concern, as they transition from contaminated garbage to human food sources. With only two wings, flies frequently land and can deposit thousands of bacteria each time. It is important to note that for every visible fly, there are approximately 19 more unseen. This indicates that the extent of a fly infestation may not be fully apparent. Furthermore, a single fly can harbor up to 33 million microorganisms in its gut, with an additional half-billion swarming on its body and legs.

Our Fly Control Program

The control program consists of two parts a) controlling the adult flies and b) Controlling the maggots at the breeding sites Maggots are controlled, again, by Insect growth regulators, keeping in mind the environment safety. These IGR prevent maggots from attaining full maturity. Flies usually molt five to six times before attaining maturity. Maggots which are exposed to the IGR molt two or three times and fail emerge into adult flies.
Adult flies are controlled with residual spraying and baiting. The residual spray gives a control for few hours and the baiting gives a day long control against flies.