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Fungal Gnat Control Frances Michaels

This term applies to a very large group of insects some of which damage the roots of plants. Usually they are just a nuisance as they hover around over-ripe fruit in a fruit bowl. They are often mistaken for fruit fly. Adult fungal gnats are attracted to damp conditions and decomposing organic matter.

Suggested Organic Strategies
  • Store kitchen compost in well sealed containers
  • Use sticky yellow traps
  • Use sprouted wheat grain as a trap crop

Suggested Products:
Natrasoap
Pyrethrum
Yellow Card Trap

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