Fruit Flies: Where Did They Come From?!?
Have you ever found your kitchen teeming with fruit flies that seemed to appear out of nowhere? These tiny nuisances can quickly multiply in number, and be tough to get rid of. So how did these fruit flies get in your kitchen? Contrary to popular belief, this isn't a case of spontaneous generation.
Fruit flies have notoriously fast life cycles; they can go from egg to adult in just 8 days. That means one overly ripe tomato left unused on your counter can give rise to a small fruit fly swarm within a week. Fruit flies are also known for their persistence once indoors. Because these insects are so tiny, they can get in through window screens or crevices around windows or doors. Once inside, they reproduce and don't even need fruit to keep reproducing. Fruit flies can breed in the slime layer inside slow-draining plumbing, or on an old, sour mop or sponge.
Once you have fruit flies, traps can be effective in eliminating the problem and K&B has them!
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