The blue fly, maggots for fishing !
Who is the blue fly ?
Latin name : Calliphora vicina
Order : Diptera
Family : Muscidae
Size : 6 to 12 mm
Location : any habitat
Period : from spring to autumn
What you need to know about the bluefly
The bluefly can lay its eggs on all materials of animal origin such as meat, fish, cheese, but also on corpses or excrement.
As it passes from one to the other, it can infect all the foodstuffs on which it lands.
How to eliminate the bluefly ?
As its presence in numbers generally indicates the development of larvae on a corpse, it suffices to remove the origin to suppress the proliferation.
The use of our 5% 4J insecticide will also be very effective in eliminating them by spraying them directly on the insect. For larger areas of treatment, opt for this insecticide in concentrated form and make your own 5% insecticide ready to use. (950 ml of water + 50 ml of 4J insecticide concentrate).
The All Insects Ecodoo and Aries flying insecticide sprays are also very effective. As they are added to alcohol, the products are more volatile and remain in suspension longer, easily targeting flying insects.
Finally, our Habitat Biovétol fogger 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 active ingredients of plant origin (pyrethrum + geraniol), intended for basic treatment of the habitat. Very volatile, the solution is deposited in the smallest recesses where parasites and insects lodge. Immediate and prolonged action, up to 4 months. 3 different formats exist: 75 ml for a treatment of less than 15 m², 150 ml, for a treatment of less than 30 m². Finally, 250 ml, for a treatment larger than 30 m².