What are these Fly Predators™ I keep hearing about?
Scientifically Fly Predators™ by any other name, are Fly Parasites
Unfortunately, a confusing term has been coined by fly parasite resellers which has given rise to safety concerns and questions about the basic approaches of Biological Integrated Insect Management. Host-specific fly parasites do not attack adult flies. Thus they are not predators.
Rather, fly parasites lay their eggs in fly pupae as part of their own reproductive cycle. In the process, the fly larvae is killed so it never lives to become an adult fly. Fly parasites eat the fly larva and emerge to restart the cycle and prevent the hatching of more flies. This provides a great advantage to parasite users, because 85% of your fly problem is getting ready to hatch, not flying around your operation.
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