The most common fly that we can find the entire world is House Fly. The house fly is gray to brownish in color and it can be identified with several dark gray stripes along the upper body. Many of us will confuse house fly with the face fly. The complete lifecycle of House flies consist of eggs, larvae, pupae and adults.
The house flies are commonly found in almost all dwelling places occupied by humans or animals. These house flies are considered to be the fastest breeder. It has been found that the female house flies lay up to 150 eggs at a time on 5 -6 day intervals. House fly populations can exactly blow up in just a few short weeks. The eggs of house flies can be found in rotting garbage, organic matter, etc. The house flies nearly takes 3-5 days to complete its life cycle and the adult flies can survive for up to 1-2 months.
House Fly Control
House flies must be controlled before they create a problem. The control efforts that have been used for house flies are mostly non-chemical. House Flies can be controlled by using correct sanitation measures. This measure is used to prevent attracting adult flies since they turn results in laying eggs. House flies can also be controlled by using proper building exclusion measures in order to prevent their entry from gaining access to sanitary areas or becoming a nuisance. The last control measures that one can use to prevent house fly is to capture and kill the adult flies.
House Flies can also be controlled by using aerosols that contains pyrethrums such as V One Pyrethrum Aerosol which is very effective in killing house fly adults.