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Indoor versus Outdoor Flytraps
Home Home Gardening
By: Terry Ogerly Email Article
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Go to almost any store and you will find an unlimited selection of flytraps. They range from sticky flypaper to large electric fly killers for your backyards. The costs range from a couple of dollars to a few hundred dollars. Most of these fly control methods are oriented toward outdoor use. Indoor flytraps have fewer methods but provide effective fly control.

Outdoor fly control includes many different measures. While these have proven useful for outdoor use, each has drawbacks for indoor use.

Here are some of the issues to be considered:

• Electric zappers: Zappers can be large enough that the shock causes a loud sound similar to a small pistol or firecracker.

• Fly tape: Fly tape is used in less windy areas such as barns or stables. They provide a sticky surface for flies to catch flies when they land. They can be messy when wind or a moving object contacts them. Also, disposal can be messy.

• Fly attractant containers: Containers can be purchased with caps and attractant. Caps and attractants are available for use with containers such as used milk jugs with water inside the container. The attractants can have an odor that is obnoxious.

• Dry or moist chemicals: Chemicals are in powder or small pellet form. Some are used dry while others are moistened to provide a sugary type substance.

• Glue stick boards: Similar to fly tape, flies are caught when they land on the glue board. An attractant draws the flies to a frame holding a glue stick board in place.

While there are other measures used, Indoor flytraps are mostly limited to glueboards and quiet electric fly traps that use light to attract flies. These flytraps made in a frame style present a neat appearance while keeping the flies on the glueboards and dead flies out of sight. There fly traps that use a frame style with pictures that appear to be a painting rather than a flytrap to present a nice appearance while hiding flies on a glueboard.

While outdoor fly control includes many more measures than indoor fly control, there are some very effective indoor flytraps that present a neat appearance for customers and visitors as well as the employees and home owners. Since flies enjoy getting indoors even in winter months, any fly attracting business such as veterinary clinics, horse stables, or food stores as well as home owners can benefit with the use of an effective and attractive indoor flytrap.

Terry Ogerly is devoted to help you control flies with Best Flytraps. He is a great resource for both business and home fly control. Visit http://www.bestflytraps.com for more information today!

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