Get Rid of Gnats in Houseplants
Lifecycle of a Fungas Gnat
They start as eggs Develop into larva, Then pupa, Then become adults
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They typically affect indoor plants because the soil takes longer to dry out and people normally over water their plants by mistake. Once you see them flying around they are adults EEEEEK!!
Let's Get Rid of those Pesky Gnats!
Establish a watering routine
Use Sticky Fly Traps
Invest in a Katchy Machine
Use vinegar to trap them
Use sand or gravel to dress the soil
Use hydrogen peroxide mix
Try a soap and water mixture
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How to Prevent Fungus Gnats in Houseplants
Let the top few inches of soil dry out
Aerate the soil
Bottom water your plants
Set up a barrier for the drainage hole
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