What are the flying bugs in your yard? Mosquitoes, gnats, flies, wasps, hornets..to name a few? Please get back to us so you can get the help you need.
Yes, more information on the type of bug would be more helpful.
I would buy an Ortho Dispenser garden hose attachment and get on a ladder & spray the insecticide from “altitude”.
If they’re white flies on the bottom of tree & shrub leaves, they’ll need treatment as well.
Then eliminate the source of why they’re there. Moisture? Dog poop? Garbage?
You’ll probably have to spray again in one week, after the eggs have hatched. Maybe again in a third week, depending on which insecticide you use.
Remove any standing water. Build a bat house. Put up bird feeders to attract birds that eat bugs. Buy a bug zapper. Light citronella candles when you are out in the evening. Buy citronella plants.
The tips above are all a great place to start. You could also try this product which I reviewed here https://familyfocusblog.com/natural-mosquito-control-by-greenerways-organic/ . It is a hanging pouch with a ton of essential oils that repels bugs. Works great for my yard to repel all bugs.
Em has the right idea! Go natural! Bat house, birds that eat bugs, citronella candles.
A few bat houses should help you, they eat a lot of bugs every night
Hi David: Do you know where they are coming from or where they go? You can spray either place with a mix of water and Dawn dish washing soap. You don't want to kill any 'good' bugs, but you do want to get rid of these guys if they are a nuisance. Sometimes, they are just cyclical, like the Love Bugs of Florida or the May Flies and will go away on their own. You may just have to tough it out until their time is over. Good luck.
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Removing standing water and adding a couple of bug zappers worked great for me! There is also the tried and true recipe for keeping bugs down here: https://insectcop.net/make-homemade-mosquito-spray/
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I wrote an amazing article on this topic: https://homieholds.com/how-to-get-rid-of-flying-bugs-in-your-yard/. So I don't need more. I just like to ensure that, its okay and helpful for others. Thanks for replying Linda.
Depends what kind of bugs. Determine the insect and then you can figure out how to get rid of it