Spalding-Labs, One Of U.S.'s Biggest Organic Fly Killer Companies, Adds Fly Traps To Fly Control A

With even the most so-called, organic pesticides being criticized for their potentially harmful effects, consumers are more desperate for truly green & effective pest fighting strategies.
 
 
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May 16, 2011 - PRLog -- Renowned for their Fly Elimination prowess within the integrated pest management space, Spalding Labs has been fighting flies through completely green strategies, for over 35 years. Now, in addition to helping folks deal with quashing the fly reproduction cycle, Spalding Labs has added fly traps to their selection of organic fly fighting strategies. Thousands of horse, cattle and dog kennel owners throughout America depend on Spalding-Labs for the suppression of fly infestations by killing flies before they make it to maturity, with Fly Predator®. However, if they can't persuade their neighbors to use Fly Predators, there's always the issue of visitor flies. That's why Spalding-Labs, after much due-diligence and research, has added fly traps.
Whether you live adjacent to a large equestrian center, a dairy farm or a dog breeder, visitor flies can truly spoil the ambience. Spalding-Lab's new fly traps are designed to work strategically to both draw flies away & catch flies on the most sensitive areas of your property.
Getting neighbors to try Fly Predators isn't usually too difficult. But, with the occasional hold out, willing to subject their livestock and neighbors to zillions of flies while nary a concern, both businesses and homeowners are keen to find proven non-toxic, fly control strategies. Go to http://www.spalding-labs.com and learn all about Fly Predators as well as Spalding-Labs new Fly Trap offerings. Spalding-Labs sticky traps are designed to both catch infinitely more flies than the coiled variety (you typically see wafting) about and they're re-usable. Spalding labs also offers odor lures, to draw the bad bugs away from your pets and plants, as well as specialty traps for use with flying pests such biting stable flies.
It's critical you understand which fly traps go where. Just contact the friendly Spalding-Labs representatives at: 1-888-562-5696 and they'll help you diagnose the source of your fly problem as well the fly species you're most likely being troubled by. Then, they'll give you effective fly fighting options.

Spalding-Labs New Fly Traps: USDA Approved.

Spalding-Labs spent a great deal of time, studying the market prior to adding fly traps to their roster. They ultimately based their fly trap partner selection, on a number of independent, USDA sponsored research studies.  
Knowing that they needed to address a number of flying pests, including house flies and biting stable flies, http://www.spalding-labs.com ultimately implemented a wide spectrum of insect traps that, utilized in concert with Fly Predators, are being shown to be truly effective at limiting fly infestations. Go to http://www.spalding-labs.com/FlyTraps/Default.aspx for more information. Because of Spalding-Lab's foresight, you won't have to spend a lot of time trying, testing and throwing away ineffectual fly trap products or trying to figure out which fly trap goes where.
Whether you're concerned about staying organic or are simply looking for a proven, effective, integrated pest control strategy, Spalding-Labs is happy to discuss your situation. Contact their customer service reps between 5 AM and 6 PM, PST and get ready to shoo-flies for good.

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Spalding-Labs has been the leading provider of beneficial insects for over 30 years. Renowned throughout the equine, livestock and professional dog breeder worlds, they're now bringing their considerable organic fly control expertise to consumers.
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Source:Barbara Summers
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Tags:Fly Control, Fly Traps
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