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Usually, theremoval of flieswith artificial insecticides. Let's try to get an insecticide for thefliesand scrutinize the back of the package, you will notice a symbol with a flame (F +, extremely flammable) and immediately after, the package shows the image of a dead fish and in the background a dry tree (N, danger to the environment); reading between the warnings you will notice the phrase "toxic to organisms ". The question arises: is it worth saturating the air of the house with a poison fordrive away flies?
Fortunately, insecticides for domestic use are not the only system fordrive away flies. Thefliesthey can bemove awayboth from home and from the garden using simple strategies offered by nature.
How to remove flies from the garden, from the garden, the balcony and the house
There are plant varieties that work as repellents forfliesand other parasites. These are varieties that tend to grow easily and resist drought, and some can also be used in the kitchen! What are thesenatural repellents for flies?
- corn flour
Thetansyit is a little known herb. It manages tomove awayflies, ants, fleas, moths and mice. Its flowers resemble yellow marigolds.
Therelavenderit is much more popular in Italian homes, it is usually used to perfume drawers and wardrobes. The wonderful smell of lavender is pleasant and canmove awayseveral insects (including mosquitoes!). Grind some lavender and once it is powdered, sprinkle it on the area to be treated. Grow lavender on your balcony to keep mosquitoes away.
Like lavender, alsolaurel it is very easy to find. Laurel, both dry and fresh, could help you in the mission ofremoval of flies, especially when used in combination with cereals. Thefliesthey seem to hate the scent of bay leaves, so why not place a few bowls on the windowsill of your house containing a blend of organic wheat flour and a considerable amount of chopped bay leaves? Better than saturating the home with aerosol insecticide!