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Do You Have Those Annoying Little Black Fungus Gnats Flying Around?
Fungus gnats are a common house plant pest that every plant lover will come across at some point in their plant parent life.
They lay their eggs in your plants soil, normally when conditions are humid or wet enough for long enough.
They're normally first noticed when they start flying around the room and they always seem to be in your face, how irritating!
Our Bye Bye Fungus Gnats Combo is the ultimate duo to help you get rid of fungus gnats as thoroughly and efficiently as possible!
How Do Sticky Traps Work?
Once you have set up your traps low near the soil, the adult flies are attracted to their scent and come in close to investigate... and then get stuck!
Every adult fungus gnat can lay hundreds of eggs in your soil, so even if you only catch a few gnats it's a huge win for the health of your plants!
EasyTrap Insect Mini Stickies are easy to use, eco-friendly and poison free traps are the perfect size for all indoor plants, pot plants and greenhouse plants.
UBloomd Sticky Traps are slightly smaller & aesthetically pleasing, blending into your urban jungle making fungus gnat removal a stylish and practical operation.
Not only do they protects your plants from fungus gnats, but they also work great against other insects like thrips, aphids, whitefly, leaf miners and even small cockroaches.
However, it simply isn't sufficient to use sticky traps alone, yes they will capture any adult flies and prevent them from re-laying eggs in your soil, but you also need to kill off the eggs & larvae already in the soil.
How Does Hydrogen Peroxide Help?
When watered into the soil, hydrogen peroxide will kill off any fungus gnat eggs or larvae living below the soil that aren't visible to us.
This helps to completely stop the laying - adult fungus gnat cycle to help keep you gnat free for good!
How To Get Rid Of Fungus Gnats:
- Mix the Hydrogen Peroxide to the correct ratio (each combo comes with a ratio poster) and water in the soil.
- Unwrap your chosen sticky trap & insert low in the pot as close to the soil level as possible.
- Enjoy watching the fungus gnats get stuck!
- We reccomend re-watering with Hydrogen Peroxide until your sticky traps are no longer catching new adult gnats.