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GETTING RID OF WEEVILS AND CONFUSED FLOUR BEETLES

Quick identification and control plans are essential in successful elimination and prevention of stored grain pest infestations. The Confused Flour Beetle and Weevils will eat grains products, nuts, peas, beans, spices, tobacco, dried fruits, and other organic materials. Reddish in color the adults are about 1/8th is an in inch in size. Another identifier is the four-segmented club that is not easily visible like other types of Flour Beetles.

Learn more about other pantry pests, such as Moths! Pantry Pests infesting stored grains and other foods come in many forms, and proper eradication will ensure re-infestation risks are minimal.

 

 

GETTING RID OF WEEVILS AND CONFUSED FLOUR BEETLES

Quick identification and control plans are essential in successful elimination and prevention of stored grain pest infestations. The Confused Flour Beetle and Weevils will eat grains products, nuts, peas, beans, spices, tobacco, dried fruits, and other organic materials. Reddish in color the adults are about 1/8th is an in inch in size. Another identifier is the four-segmented club that is not easily visible like other types of Flour Beetles.

Learn more about other pantry pests, such as Moths! Pantry Pests infesting stored grains and other foods come in many forms, and proper eradication will ensure re-infestation risks are minimal.

 

 

What to look for to identify if you have stored food pests:

Flour Beetles and Grain Beetles look for dusty surfaces on the corner of the floors or the shelf. Best control methods for this particular Insect are to eliminate with Pheromone infused traps.

For Meal Moths and Flour Moths, Look in cracks and crevices along walls and shelving for webbing pupae. Use Pheromone Traps to eradicate the male population, but continued efforts of pest control are necessary to ensure re-infestation doesn’t occur- utilize glueboards, moth traps or insecticides.

To locate a Bean Weevil infestation, look in bean and legumes storage packs; also flour and around the corners of the shelves. Sticky traps will likely work for inspection and identification.

The Warehouse beetles: look for adults and larvae, trails in the food dust, and larvae caste or skins. Look for this in food packages, poor seals, and corners of shelves. Pheromone traps are an available control method.

The Granary Weevil is a very small beetle that has an elongated head that ends with a snout. The larvae of the Granary Weevil is a very small pale grub. They will also infest food products, especially dry organic materials that we store in our pantries. Unfortunately, it is pretty common to find them in your cereal.

The Black Flour Beetle can be an issue in stored grains, cereals, flour and even dried meats. You can also find them in dried fruit, milk, and candy. They will live about six to twelve months and seem to prefer heavy moisture grains.

The Rice Weevil is another pantry pest that is found in stored grain products, cereals and wheat products. But they can also infest fruits, beans, and nuts. The adults will easily fly to new locations to infest, they are reddish brown adults and about 1/8th inch long, so get out the magnifier.

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