I gave the little devils a spray of peroxide and water earlier after removing some soil, then left a white bowl with apple cider vinegar and water in the window. Thank goodness they seemed to have gone nowI've spritzed alcohol (70 - 90%) on them and it helps to kill the little buggers.
I read about these strips, hoping to get a few for my indoor plants soon. Thank you for reminding me @Carol DeeI had a NASTY Fungus gnat problem when we brought plants in to over winter. Damp soil. The aloe won't mind drier soil. I also hung a fly strip near the plants, it caught quite a few adults. You just need to break the cycle. Good luck
usually it will send up shoots from below, but you can also cut off chunks of the top and reroot those too. it depends upon how adventurous you are. the plant will keep growing longer and will need to be replanted once in a while anyways as it will get more like a vine. this is all ok and quite normal in my experience.Does the aloe vera plant die down and return out in the elements? @ everyone