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Author

Jerry Crouso

PUBLISHED BY:

Derlie Crouso

Naturally Get Rid of Flies

2017

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References

http://www.homeremediescare.com

http://www.rapidhomeremedies.com

http://www.wikihow.com

http://www.getridoffliesguide.com/

https://housewifehowtos.com

http://homeremediesforlife.com/

https://homeremedyshop.com

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http://www.bottlebiology.org/

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Content

1 Introduction

2 Preventing Fly Infestation

3 Traps and Deterrent

4 Essential Oil Spices and Herbs

5 Fly Spray Recipe

6 Fly Spray Recipe for Pets

7 Yard Spray

8 Lotion Recipes

9 Plants That Can Repel

References

Chapter 1 Introduction

Content

House flies are not the neatest of insects. They visit such places as dumps, sewers, and garbage heaps. They feed on fecal matter, discharges from wounds and sores, sputum, and all sorts of moist decaying matter such as spoiled fish, eggs and meat.

House flies are capable of carrying over 100 pathogens, such as those causing typhoid, cholera, salmonellosis, bacillary dysentery, tuberculosis, anthrax, ophthalmia, and parasitic worms. Some strains have become immune to the most common insecticides.

House flies feed on liquid or semiliquid substances beside solid material which has been softened by salivating or vomit. Because of their large intake of food, they deposit feces constantly, which is one of the factors that makes the insect a dangerous carrier of pathogens. Although they are domestic flies, usually confined to human habitations, they can fly for several miles from the breeding place. They are active only in daytime, and rest at night, e.g., at the corners of rooms, ceiling hangings, cellars, and barns, where they can survive the coldest winters by hibernation, and when spring arrives, adult flies are seen only a few days after the first thaw.


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