Flies have an amazing ability to cause problems simply by being there. However, some species of fly can also cause health problems to both h...
Flies are considered to be one of the most evolved insects known to man. They rely heavily on sight for survival and are generally extremely sensitive to movement.
Most fly species are more of a nuisance than a pest, however flies such as mosquitoes, which feed on blood, can also cause painful skin reactions when they bite and can also transmit infectious diseases.
There are an estimated 240,000 species of fly, with the common house fly regarded as being one of the most widely distributed animals on the planet. Of course, not all species are found within the UK, however some of the most common types of fly you may encounter are listed below.
IPM In Fast Food Restaurants
We can be proud that our pest control industry has been rightly called a "guardian of public health" – and we can be proud of that role as it applies to the fast food restaurant industry. The presence of flies, rodents and / or cockroaches in fast ... [more]
The Art Of Detection
Inspection and monitoring are described as the first steps in any integrated approach to pest management. Today, the pest management professional may spend as much or more time searching for, observing and collecting data on activity than in the actu... [more]
IPM In The Garden
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is an environmentally sensitive approach to controlling pests that does not rely totally on pesticides. IPM depends on frequent monitoring of plants and the accurate diagnosis of the pests so that control strategies a... [more]
Keeping Insects At Bay
A typical summer picnic needs only a few key ingredients to be a success: some good food, beverages, perhaps some fun games like volleyball or croquet and, of course, guests to enjoy it all. But even though they certainly don't appear on the guest l... [more]
Protecting Our Crops
People and livestock are not the only ones interested in eating the crops farmers grow. We compete with insects, birds and other organisms that find our food as delectable as we do. But thanks to modern agricultural science and implementation of comp... [more]
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