Fruit flies are a common kitchen pest year-round, but especially during the late-summer months. They are attracted to rotting fruits and vegetables that may be in your kitchen; they fly in through doors and windows. The reason they appear to show up in large numbers so quickly is their rapid and prolific breeding cycle: each fruit fly can lay up to 500 eggs in its short life span, which proceeds from larvae to adult in one week. The best way to avoid them is simply to clean up all food in your kitchen, and make sure anything you keep is properly stored in a sealed-off container.
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