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Tiny tiny fly buzzing around my plants

This is a discussion on Tiny tiny fly buzzing around my plants within the New Growers: Ask the Senior Members forums, part of the New Growers category; We had them all over the house and ended up declaring WAR by using the ...

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    We had them all over the house and ended up declaring WAR by using the fly swatter on them! ( or anything else we could kill them with).....Betty

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    Quote Originally Posted by espranch View Post
    We had them all over the house and ended up declaring WAR by using the fly swatter on them! ( or anything else we could kill them with).....Betty
    I Like those ideas!

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    All the above ideas are good. Their presence usually indicated the medium is decaying and fungus is occurring. Repotting is a very effective way to eliminate them. No fungus, no gnats.

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