Welcome to what I hope is the least appetizing post that will ever appear on my blog.  While I typically try to discuss appetizing things, today I will talk about something less pleasant, fruit flies.  The season is coming up here in the Midwest.  I personally have had some epic battles with these pests over the years.  The best way to stop fruit flies is to prevent them before they get a foothold.  So in anticipation of fruit fly season, this post is designed to help you get a battle plan in place before they arrive.

Whether you call them fruit flies, bar flies, drain flies, or any of the other names they have, your guests find them an unappetizing annoyance.  The guests rarely take into account the fact that they are studied for tremendous breakthroughs in science and were responsible for the 1995 Nobel Prize.  They also fail to realize that the fresh salad and beer they are enjoying for lunch are the reason they are there in the first place.  Instead, they want them gone.  So after a little research and several personal experiments with different methods of fighting them, I want to share my best practices.

Read the full post at Foodie Knowledge

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