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Posted 6M ago by @FinestBulrush

How go I get rid of gnats on my indoor plants

#GoldenBarrelCactus
1ft to light, indirect
4” pot with drainage
Last watered 6 months ago
i suggest letting the soil completely dry out so that the gnats can’t lay eggs or they won’t want to stay in the damp soil. once it dries out they should leave. if they are still bugging you , set out a little ramekin dish with apple cider vinegar and some dish soap soap (dawn or whatever else you have) to trap the remaining gnats. drying it out should work fine , just make sure you have a well draining soil ! i hope this helps.
This is how I got rid of them… some plants you cannot let dry out for long… this product really works!πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ
I put a small sticky trap and dust the soil with diatomaceous earth. Just went through this a couple days ago with my prayer plant, I stopped seeing movement almost immediately.
@FirstCanna I use this too I haven’t had any more issues (:
I have a wine bottle with a little bit of wine left. Those little 'buggers' like wine...
@FirstCanna highly suggest this because it kills adults and larva and lasts for 8 weeks