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I used to make the inverted cone type traps but one day I didn't have any tape so I tried this. Much to my surprise it worked just as well, but was wa...
Materials:1. A container2. Plastic wrap3. Rubber band4. BaitTools:1. Something pointy
You want something small, and hard to knock over (especially if you're baiting it with red wine). I have found the bottom half of a water/pop bottle o...
Bait the trap by putting a little bit of something yummy in the bottom of the container. Generally this is whatever the fruit flies are hanging aroun...
Cover the container with plastic wrap and secure with a rubber band.
Poke one to four entrance holes in the plastic wrap. Try to imagine how big a fruit fly is and make the hole a little bit bigger than that (say 2 mm)....
Now to really eradicate the little bugs you need to remove their hiding spots. This means removing their access to anything tasty except your trap. Pu...
Fruit flies will start breeding really quickly so if you want to keep the trap for more than a few days and not have a fruit fly farm on your counter ...
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