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  • Martha Dent

    fruit fly trap (and other pest control ideas)

  • Jenna Rice

    Fruit Fly & Ant Trap Ideas. We have been attacked by an abundance of fruit flies lately in my kitchen. AHH! Here is our simple, frugal, and effective solution! Fruit Fly Trap 1 quart jar 1 piece of paper, rolled up into a funnel tape apple cider vinegar small slice of banana Fill a quart jar with a 1/2 inch of apple cider vinegar and a small piece of banana. Roll up your paper into a funnel shape (lar

  • Kelley O'Brien

    fruit fly catcher. I've done this before with just a glass of apple cider vinegar. I like this funnel idea.

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