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Indian Meal Moth

Features/Biology
This moth has distinctive dual coloured wings that are light at the front and dark at the rear. They are often found in domestic kitchens (where dried foods are stored), and also in commercial premises that store and /or use dried food products.
Recommended Treatment
1) Check all dried food packets to find the source of the infestation. i.e. Check for visible damage to packets and webbing throughout the food.
2) Destroy all contaminated food to prevent the infestation from spreading to other foods.
3) Wherever possible place all dried foods in sealed containers.
4) Where an extended infestation has developed with numerous webbing/nests found throughout shelving and ceilings, thorough cleaning is required to remove these nests. It is often difficult to remove all the eggs (if there are in cracks and crevices) and so it may be necessary to spray with an insecticide to fully destroy their lifecycle.

Areas we cover

The majority of the private pest control work we cover is in north and east London. However we do work closely with many councils in these areas, such as: Enfield council pest control, Haringey council pest control, Tower Hamlets council pest control, Hackney council Pest control, Newham council pest control, islington council pest control as well as the City, Camden, Waltham Forest and Barnet.

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rat

Rat control

ant

Ant Control

mice

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meal moth

Indian Meal Moth

fly

Fly Control

mite

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moths

Moths

flea

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pigeon

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carpet beetle

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cockroaches

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wasp

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pest

Textile Pests

bedbugs

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beetle

Stored Product Pests

seagull

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flour beetle

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