Restaurant Fly Issues & Wet, Organic Matter
Keep your head down to try to solve fly issues.
When restaurants have flies, the management and staff spend time killing adults. They will try to kill the adults with DDVP strips, sprays to kill adults, fly swatters. Save your time, money and energy and look for wet, organic matter. Adult flies pupate out of a pupa casing located in or just above where they spent their youth as a larva, in wet, organic matter. Fly control starts by locating and cleaning or removing the wet, organic matter that is a food source for the fly larva. These areas are usually hard to reach and even harder to clean. They are usually under equipment, down drains, behind the icemaker or dishwasher. Wet, organic matter is prevalent in restaurant environments. The harder it is to locate, the more likely the location is a major source of fly activity. The restaurants with the best success against flies make a team member the sanitation leader to look for wet, organic matter.
Under a table, onions that were there so long they sprouted.
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