Beneficial insects for flies’ biological control
There is a natural and effective way to hinder development and get rid of flies: the Pteromalidae.
Pteromalidae are a family of harmless tiny insects able to find pupae of different species of flies (like houseflies, Sarcophaga carnaria, etc…) without affecting other species of insects avoiding, in this way, harmful effects on biodiversity.
Pteromalidae lay their eggs inside the pupae of the flies in which they develop up to the adult stage.
In this way the fly life cycle is interrupted and new parasitoids (emerging from the damaged pupae) will give rise to a new control cycle. This behavior allows them to quickly settle and populate the environments in which they are introduced.
Their pest control contribution is ideal on places with organic substances, such as organic waste, compost bins, rubbish bins, cat litter and any other possible fly larvae breeding site, also associated with domestic pets breeding.
Instructions for Use:
Notice! These parasitoid insects are so tiny and harmless. Employing them instead of pesticides, will eliminate the negative effects on non-target organisms. Treatment has both preventive and curative value on infestation.