What Causes House Flies?

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Flies typically start their mating cycle at the beginning of summer, and can reproduce at high rates (quickly causing an infestation). To avoid having these pesky creatures in one's home, make sure to keep garbage and rotting food away. Throw out bad food and take it to the curb immediately. It is also a good idea to clean up around the yard (house flies breed in dead animal carcasses as well as decaying wood).
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House flies are caused by manure, garbage, animal materials and mismanaged compost piles. House flies are carriers of disease agents and they can cause cholera, diarrhoea, yaw and eye infections. Control mainly involves sanitation of potential breeding sites.
The most common fly that you might see buzzing around your house is a fruit fly. They're usually attracted to sweet food smells or even rotting foods. A fly in your home will land on anything it thinks is food.
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