Gnats are attracted to wet and decomposing organic matter, so removing any from the yard will reduce the likelihood of their congregating there. Some gnat repellents include DEET and vanilla. More »

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For a natural way to get rid of gnats in outdoor spaces, adjust the environment in which they thrive, suggests Amie Taylor of SFGate. Cool temperatures and copious water sources encourage the birth and flourishing of gna... More »

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To get rid of gnats in the kitchen, get rid of rotten food, store food items in a secure location, clean the kitchen, remove moisture, put your compost outside, and kill them with a flyswatter or bug spray. Getting rid o... More »

Pesticides and bacterial control agents, such as nematodes, are used to treat fungus gnat infestations. Eliminating the conditions that attract gnats helps to control the infestation. More »

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Allowing houseplants to dry before watering them again helps to get rid of fungus gnats. This kills the fungus in the soil that attracts the gnats. Identifying the type of gnat is key to effective control. More »

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Natural techniques for removing gnats from homes include fly swatters, insect traps with ultraviolet light, vacuuming around windows and plants and taking care to not overwater plants. Gnats belong to several distinct sp... More »

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The first step in conquering a gnat problem is to determine what the gnats are attracted to and remove it or make it unappealing. Locating and removing the gnats' food source is also important. More »