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Gnats on inside windows

Posted by airplanegeek DEN-CO (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 28, 05 at 20:02

i don't have a gnat problem with house plants because the only gnats i see are attracted to windows. it is only a spring/summer thing for us here in colorado. we don't leave fruit out so i can rule out that. any idea what attracts them to the windows and how i can get rid of them? all other related forum topics seems to focus on plants, fruits, etc. thanks in advance for the help. :)


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RE: Gnats on inside windows

  • Posted by Rosa 4-ish CO Rockies (My Page) on
    Tue, Mar 29, 05 at 7:48

Fungus gnats are problem here in Colorado all winter long and into spring. They pick up again in late fall. Fruit flies are generally a summer problem with over-ripe fruit.
They are attracted to light so finding them congregating on windows is not unusual.
You have to stop them where they are laying eggs. Check your houseplants again.


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