Some Gardening Mistakes Can Attract Fungus Gnats

Fungus Gnats

When the plants come indoors, you don’t want the outdoor critters to come in too. The most common hitchhiker in this scenario are fungus gnats. Have you ever noticed small insects that hover in numbers around your plants, that fly in your face, and are slower than mosquitoes or fruit flies, you probably have seen fungus gnats.

Fungus gnats can appear anytime there are plants or soil present.

They don’t bite and aren't harmful to people but fungus gnats lay numerous eggs and the larvae can do damage to your plant's roots. You can fight Fungus gnats with Summit’s Mosquito Bits®.