Flies are very difficult to control because traditional methods only focus on the adult stage. This may bring a sudden “knock-down” effect, but it is normally short lived and soon after you have the same problem.
Biological control introduces natural enemies of flies that instinctively prey upon or parasitize them in their immature stages. The industry is heavily regulated, and any commercial products must be indigenous and not harmful to any other non-target organisms before being… Continue
Posted on July 6, 2009 at 2:37pm