The blue fly, peach asticots!
Who's the blue fly?
Latin name : Calliphora vicina
Order : Diptera
Family : Muscidated
Size : 6 to 12 mm
Location : all habitats
Period : spring to fall
What you need to know about the blue fly
The blue fly can lay its eggs on all materials of animal origin such as meat, fish, cheese, but also on bodies or excrements.
As she moves from one to another, she can infect all the food she poses on.
How to eliminate the blue fly?
As its presence in numbers usually signals the development of larvae on a corpse, it is sufficient to remove the origin to suppress proliferation.
Use of our insecticide 4J to 5% will also be very effective to eliminate them in direct jet on the insect. For larger treatment areas, opt for this concentrated insecticide and make your insecticide at 5% ready for use. (950 ml of water + 50 ml of concentrated 4J insecticide).
Finally, our fogger Habitat Biovétol is a good way to complete the treatment. The latter will act by fumigation unlike other products and not by direct spraying. It is an insecticide based on plant-based assets (pyrethre + géraniol), intended for the background treatment of the habitat. Very volatile, the solution is deposited in the smallest corners where pests and insects are located. Immediate and prolonged action, up to 4 months. 3 different formats exist: 75 ml for treatment less than 15 m2, 150 ml, for treatment less than 30 m2. Finally, 250 ml, for treatment greater than 30 m2.