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Controlling fruit flies

Not only are fruit flies a pain to orchard owners, they also come in the house. Fruit flies are about a-quarter-inch-long with red eyes. They reproduce anywhere there is moist, fermenting organic matter. You're most likely to see fruit flies in late summer to early fall.

Radio interview source: Ken Holscher, Extension Entomologist, Iowa State University

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