In India, carpet mites are a big problem.

They’re one of the most common and destructive pests of carpet plants.

They can lay their eggs inside the petioles, which make the petals.

The eggs hatch into larvae that can carry disease and infest the plant.

In the past, people in India have been advised to spray their carpets with insecticide to kill the carpet mite.

But that’s not the case anymore, according to scientists at the National Centre for Tropical Insect Control and Prevention.

According to their research, there is no way to guarantee that the pest is dead or completely gone.

And they are unsure if there is a way to control it.

The scientists conducted a survey of 2,000 people in various states.

In the states of Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Telangana, more than 1,000 individuals had died from the carpet moth infestation.

The report says that around 10 percent of the population in the areas studied are infested with carpet moth larvae.

But even in areas that have been sprayed with insecticides, the mites still are present.

“We have observed that they can survive in certain areas, even when they are sprayed with pesticides,” says Dr Rajesh Sankar of the National Institute of Botany.

This is because they have adapted to living under the surface of carpet plant leaves and do not require direct sunlight.

This has allowed them to survive in a variety of climates and soil types, he says.

Dr Sankara’s team also found that the mite can survive for several weeks without any direct exposure to sunlight.

They are not the only ones who have found this.

In an experiment conducted by the Indian Space Research Organisation, scientists found that a carpet moth larva, which normally takes about 30 days to develop, can live for three months.

That’s an indication that carpet mitts can live on surfaces longer than two weeks.

But Dr Sankaryas team also discovered that carpet moth larvae are more likely to survive if the surface is damp.

“The surface should be dry, and not wet,” says Sankaria.

“And carpet mittens should be washed before handling.”

There is also the issue of whether the moths will eat the carpet or not.

The researchers found that carpet-mitten larvae are able to consume their own caterpillars if the caterpillar is dead, and also to eat other larvae that were fed by the mitt.

This may be because they don’t have enough food.

“If the caterpillar is fed by other larvae, they will survive,” says M.P. Sankaran, a professor of entomology at the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology at the University of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Sinkar also says that carpet insects have adapted their behavior to survive under the carpet.

“They are attracted to a certain surface,” he says, and when they feel it is damp, they start crawling on it.

This ability is important, because they can get into the soil and eat the roots of the plant, which they feed off.

“It’s a natural adaptation to survive on a carpet plant,” says Prof. Sondhi.

So, how do you keep carpet mitten larvae from eating your carpets?

First, wash your carpettas regularly.

Dr Sinkara says that washing the carpets twice a week, after the first day and the last day, is ideal.

If your carpette plants are not covered, they should be watered every two weeks, or every four weeks if they are not in full sun.

Also, keep the carpetmittens away from carpet plant stems, especially if the plants are in pots.

“When you are washing the plants, be sure to not touch the plants,” says N. S. Nair, a plant biologist at the Indian Institute of Tropical Agriculture in Ahmedabad.

“This will attract the mittens.”

You can also use a soft cloth to keep the mitten-eating mites away from your carpet.

Dr Nair suggests using a wool or cloth soaked in vinegar.

If the carpet is damp and damp leaves, you can use a cotton pad.

If the mits are not biting, they are very difficult to eradicate.

“Mitts have a very good ability to resist any insecticide,” says G.K. Bhatia, a biologist at Indian Institute for Tropical Agriculture, Ahmedabad, who has worked with carpet moth populations.

“However, they need to be given some help to survive.”

But as with all pests, there are ways to control them.

“Dry floor cleaning can help reduce the risk of mites,” says Bhatias.

But this is not an option in most homes.

So for people who live in cities, don’t just