Rizal Pest Management (M) Sdn. Bhd. (1299742-P)


  • All flies belong to the insect order Diptera, which means two wings.
  • All flies undergo complete metamorphosis with egg, larva, pupa, and adult stages in their development.
  • Flies perform a vital function as decomposers of dead organisms, manure and decaying vegetation.
  • Flies may act as carriers of disease organisms present in their breeding and egg-laying sites.
  • These disease organisms can cause food poisoning, diarrhea, dysentery or typhoid fever.

FLIES Management


  • Attract and trap flies and other insect’s pests such as moths, beetles, mosquitoes, midges, flying aphids and thrip.
  • Fluorescent yellow coloured sticky pads combine with UV rays emitted by tubes to create irresistible lure for flying insects.

2. Chemical Baiting

  • Q-Bayt Fly Bait attracts and kills house flies in as little as 60 seconds.
  • Q-Bayt granules are easy to use and suitable for targeted application as a scattering bait or as a spreadable paste when dissolved in water.

3. ULV Misting

  • ULV misting should always be carried out during the adult insect’s time of peak flight activity which will usually be in the early morning for flies.
  • ULV droplets disperse evenly to contact and kill flies in flight and at rest.

4. Fogging

  • Fogging are effective in killing adult flies present at the time of application.
  • The chemicals used for these applications are usually short residual insecticides having a quick knock-down and high contact toxicity.
  • This method requires less time for application but has the disadvantage that it will only kill flies present at application and thus provides short-term relief.


  • Longer residual insecticides provide control for an extended period when sprayed onto sites where the adult flies congregate.
  • Sides of buildings, inside and outside surfaces of walls and fences may be potential day or night resting sites for these flies.
  • Flies contact the insecticide when they land on the treated surfaces.