Flies

Flies

Flies

During its 30-day life span, a female fly can lay between 400 and 600 eggs.

Flies.

The house fly is a global pest. It is one of the most common insects in rural and urban areas. It is considered a pest because they often carry diseases such as Salmonella and E. coli.
The two factors that contribute to the appearance of this pest are high temperatures and rotting organic matter.
There is an increase in the presence of flies during the hotter months. During this period, an egg can become an adult in just one week. This pest can therefore multiply very quickly.
The other factor that favours the presence of flies is the existence of areas where decomposing matter (rubbish, black wells, rotten food...) is present nearby, as this is where flies lay their eggs and where the larvae develop.
Controlling this pest is particularly important in places where food is handled or stored (warehouses, restaurants, markets...), as the presence of flies increases the risk of contamination and consequent public health issues.

The Will-Kill solution.

There are various ways in which to act, depending on each situation:

Physical solutions.
Insect-o-cutor devices will be placed in strategic areas. These can be electric, adhesive or traps.
The breeding points will be destroyed wherever possible.
Chemical solutions.
Insecticide will be applied to fly breeding and resting points.

Only a specialist, experienced professional can correctly identify the pest breeding points and select the best treatment for each situation. You should always contract professional services when this pest is present.

There are more than 120,000 species of fly in the world

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