I have several different varieties of roses all loaded with the common house fly. When I open the doors to my home I have to be careful not to let the flies in there are so many. I'm ready to dig up my roses and plant venous fly traps.
I have several roses including the KOs & have never seen even a single fly on any of them. Weird. I tried to look it up & can't find any info regarding houseflies on roses. The closest I found was something that said there are garden pests that look like flies & will eat the leaves and/or lay their eggs on the roses. I would try a soapy spray to get rid of them. I hope somebody knows what they are & why they are there. I'd like to know too.
that liquid formula if used to much kills your leaves.get a small vacuum cleaner and suck them up and kill them elsewear.
I live in a Los Angeles suburb. Does that make a difference?
I have used the Dawn Dish soap on plants for years and never killed anything with it. You don't use a lot of soap just a few drops will do it. I suppose if you mixed too much of it there could be a problem.
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