Houseplant soil habitat for insects
I only have one plant in the house and it is a 3 ft wide by 2 high (not including the pot) aloe. It is the source of teeny flying insects that are the size of fruit flies. The plant is very healthy. Is there a product to treat the soil.? I can't image trying to re-pot this in the middle of January.
El Paso County Colorado
These insects are probably fungus gnats. Fungus gnats thrive in houseplant soil that is highly organic and is kept too moist/wet. Just by backing off on the water a bit you may reduce the numbers of these nuisance gnats. Much more info: