Houseflies Pest Control
Houseflies are small insects only but the effect is very high. We can see houseflies everywhere, especially wherever waste is available like dumps and garbage heaps, houseflies also available. They are feeding on wounds, sores, sputum, fecal matter and all sorts of decaying matter such as spoiled egg, meat, and fish. The important issue behind this common housefly has no mouth, Instead, it has an eating tube through which it vomits a drop of fluid from its stomach and deposits it on its intended meal. This fluid is then sucked up along with the nutrients it has dissolved, leaving behind untold numbers of germs. In this way, house flies are spoiling foods and spreading disease also. The housefly is a perfect host for many types of bacteria (Listeria Salmonella & anthrax) and strongly suspected of transmitting at least 65 diseases to humans. House flies have also been known to transmit the eggs of parasitic worms.
Disease Spread by House flies:
- Amoebic dysentery
- Bubonic plague
Rodents are mammals; most of the rodents are small with robust bodies, long tail and short limbs. They have sharp incisors which are used to gnaw food and defend themselves. Mice, rats, squirrels and hamster are will come under a variety of rodent. Rodents have been used as food, pet animal and used in science laboratory for research. Some of the rodents are considered as a serious pest which is eating storage food, spoiling the living areas and spreading the dangerous disease to humans. Ex: Black Rat, Brown Rat and House Mice. Rats are a very active pest and always rats are giving to their incisor for biting because incisor does not have root so it will grow throughout the life. So these are searching and eating in the home, hostel, restaurant, and storage area. Sometimes rats are not eating books but gnawing the papers and books due to these incisors only. Rat urine and droppings also responsible for ugly the area and spreading disease.
Disease Spread by Rodents:
|Direct by Rodents||Indirect by Rodents|
|Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome||Babesiosis|
|Lassa Fever||Colorado Tick Fever|
|Rat Bite Fever||Murine Typhus|
|Salmonellosis||West Nile Virus|
|Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome||Relapsing Fever|