Why Are Flies So Bad This Year?

Why Are Flies So Bad This Year?

This year’s flies have been more numerous than usual, according to Truly Nolen Pest and Termite Control. The company blames the increase on the warm winter and early monsoon rain. In addition, warmer weather has created an ideal breeding environment for flies.

In the North Country, bugs are notoriously bad in June. However, this year the situation is worse than in the past. This is because of last year’s drought and the wet spring that followed. There are many more bugs than normal, and bug sprays are hard to find in stores.

Blowing flies are another problem. These insects can be a nuisance, especially if you’re living in a dirty area. While they’re easy to vacuum up, they can also enter a room through pipes, gaps in walls, and roof eaves. If you can’t get rid of the flies altogether, you might want to leave the area open overnight and hope they’ll move on the next day.

The flies can be an issue because they bring disease-causing bacteria. If you’re eating or drinking foods that are infested with flies, it’s important to wash your hands before touching them. Flies are attracted to the smell of decayed animal parts, and they can enter your house through cracks or gaps. They can also get on your skin or in your food.