No More "Fruit Flies in the Kitchen"!
Fruit flies in the kitchen are among of the most unwanted guest in every meal time. Not only in meal time, but in every moment of the day inside the house, especially in the kitchen place! These pesky creatures are greatly attracted to almost all of the rotting and organic stuff in the house, over ripe fruits, vegetables, vinegar, and other stuff that attracts their smell.
Most of these things are found in the kitchen, that's the reason why they tend to be swarming in the kitchen, and also they like damp places where they thrive and lay some of their eggs. The good thing is that the source of the problem, can also be the source of the solution!
There are a lot of tips on how to get rid of these creature and most if the stuff they use can also be found in the kitchen. So here are some of the tips or way where you can get rid of these unwanted guests!
Getting Rid of Fruit Flies
Getting rid of fruit flies can be a real pain. On the homepage we have discussed some ways on how to get rid of these nasty pests.
Now I am asking you the reader.
Do you have any great tips or ideas?
Have you had fruit fly yourself?
Do you have anything to share about your fruit fly experience?
There are many gardeners out there ripping their hair out or going gray from Fruit Fly.
So, I am sure there are many awaiting your help.
Please leave an insight below to help others get rid of fruit fly!
The Aussie Fruit Fly Trap
How to trap Fruit Fly in a plastic drinking bottle!
The Aussie Fruit Fly trap was developed by Australian gardeners from Gardening Australia ABC.
This trap is a real beauty and works on all variety of Fruit fly. These little pests are attracted to this trap like a Bee to honey.
I found this trap while watching Gardening on the ABC and just thought I had better share it with you all.
What will I need?
How many traps to a tree?
How many traps do you need to get a successful trapping?
You will need two to three traps per tree.
Change the lure weekly when the fruit fly are active. In extreme situations change it more regularly.
Keep your fruit safe by excluding fruit fly!
Keep your fruit safe by keeping the fruit fly away by using exclusion.
This method involves wrapping a bag around the fruits to keep these blighters out of your fruit!
You can buy protected fabric bags in all different shapes and sizes and they are reusable.
These bags also keep out birds, bats and fruit fly!
I hope you enjoyed this article The Aussie Fruit Fly Trap. If you found it useful please pass it on to friends maybe they need some help too!
Good luck with that and Happy Gardening
The Aussie fruit fly trap