How to get rid of this?.To get rid of pest problem under control, inspection is the first and foremost step.
Keep Moths From Destroying Your Property
If you ever had whitish worms crawling up walls and across the ceiling in a kitchen or food storage area, chances are they were Indian meal moth larvae, one of the more common stored product pests. Call in a trained pest control technician from Abolish Pest Control Services in Brooklyn, New York, to eliminate the immediate pest population with pesticides, while also conducting a visual inspection to detect any areas that mechanical control can be applied.
Getting to the Root of Grain Moth Infestations
Infestations are often discovered when the full-grown larvae (about 1/2 inch) leave their food source and roam around looking for places to pupate. Grain moth larvae are typically found in any type of grain, nut, fruit, or cereal product. Infested products can include birdseed, peanuts, pecans, dog food, candy, corn meal, macaroni, breakfast cereal, and dried beans. It is common to discover beetles and weevils in the same infested food as the moth larvae.
Prevent the moths from coming back by eliminating the source. All potential sources of food for the grain moths should be discarded, cooked, frozen, or placed inside an airtight container (Ziploc™ bags are not airtight). When new food is brought into the house, keep this food in airtight containers or inside the fridge for a couple of weeks. After eliminating the food source, you should contact us to treat your moth infestation.