Maintaining hygiene
Insects can be controlled by maintaining the cleanliness of the house, by following the following steps:
Disposing of leftovers, washing dishes, utensils, cups, and cutlery after use, and sealing leftovers before placing them in the trash.
Maintaining the cleanliness of all seats, cabinets, and floors, and ensuring that they are free of food waste.
Cleaning the areas behind: the oven, refrigerator, and other home appliances.
Clean the toilet properly, and get rid of traces of urine and feces.
Ensure that all septic tanks and other drains are closed.

Use of organic materials
Organic materials are defined as non-chemical materials in general, and this includes using homemade natural sprays of garlic, pepper, onions, soap, salt, etc., and using materials such as barley water to get rid of slugs, wood ants, worms, rodents, and other insects, as well Organic materials are somewhat effective in small areas such as home gardens, where insect numbers are relatively low. They are rarely feasible or effective over a larger area.

Biological control
Biological control is defined as the process of introducing predators, parasites, or diseases to combat harmful insect species. About 120 different insects have been partially or completely controlled in different parts of the world using this method, in addition to the dependence of farmers in many regions on microbial insecticides such as: 'Bacillus Thuringiensis', which is effective against a few types of larvae.

Chemical control
There are thousands of chemical pesticides used today in homes, offices, shops, farms and other places, but they are dangerous; Because they cause pollution of the land, air, food, and water, and sometimes they are very dangerous to the people who use them, and to other living organisms around as well, and consideration must be taken to read the label on the insecticide, and to avoid contaminating food, drink, utensils, and others.

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