Question: How do you get rid of plant gnats?

Why do I have gnats in my potted plants?

Because gnats in houseplants typically result when the potting mix contains too much moisture, the best way to prevent gnats from taking over your home is to avoid over-watering in the first place.

How do you get rid of soil gnats?

Heres what works. Eradicate your fungus gnat infestation for good with the following method: Put up a bunch of sticky traps, top-dress the soil with sand and do nematode soaks every 10 to 14 days until the problem is resolved. Also, stop overwatering your plants and eliminate any unnecessary sources of moisture.

How do I permanently get rid of plant gnats?

Heres how to naturally treat your houseplants and get rid of gnats in the soil.Make the Natural Habitat Inhospitable. Use a Soap-and-Water Mixture. Use Sand or Gravel. Dispose of the Top Layer of Soil Outdoors. Dont Overwater Your Houseplants. Water From the Bottom. Store Extra Potting Soil in an Airtight Container.Feb 21, 2020

Whats a good home remedy for gnats?

In a small bowl, mix a half cup of warm water plus two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar, a tablespoon of sugar, and about six drops of liquid dish soap. Gnats will be lured in by the sugary mixture, but once they dip in for a drink, the sticky dish soap will trap them.

What can I boil to get rid of gnats?

Mix a half cup of warm water, two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar, and several drops of liquid dish soap in a bowl. (To improve your gnat-catching chances, add a tablespoon of sugar to sweeten the mixture.) Place a bowl of each mixture wherever you notice gnats frequenting your home most.

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