Dried food moths are very common in San Diego County. The larvae is often found in grain products, flower, dog food, and etc. Dry foods in the kitchen should be inspected as the source of larvae infestations. The inspections should also include non-food items such as decorative arrangements of flowers, wheat stalks, and seeds, including seeds used in bird foods. Proper sanitation and disposal of infected items is necessary. Bugs Bee Dead uses a natural alternative products to control them.
We find these little beetles all over San Diego County. These beetles feed on virtually any vegetable-based food product. Flour and meal products are especially prone to infestation by flour beetles and it is common to find them in pet food. The larvae have have a worm like appearance. Control of these beetles rely on sanitation and disposal of infected dry foods. When beetles are found, it is important to pinpoint the location and eliminate the source. Bugs Bee Dead has a proven method for pantry pest control.