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We are out and about looking for mosquito larvae and treating standing water.  We've also been out treating with our drone.  Just a reminder to check your own property for any vessels that collect water and drain standing water.  Horse troughs and water bowls should be changed every 5 days.  As the temperatures warm, mosquitoes will hatch more quickly.  

 

The cold temperatures at night have prevented us from ground fogging.   We will begin fogging as soon as the temperatures warm a little more at night.  We are setting up our equipment to address the fogging needs and will be out there in the evenings soon!  Thank you all for letting us know where the little buggers are hanging out!

Fogging Schedule

See Fogging Notices/Maps/SDS Sheets from menu above for more information.

 

There are several factors that go into creating a fogging event:

*  Emails we get thru this website under "Contacts", and phone calls,

*  Trapping thresholds/numbers of mosquitoes per trap,

*  Weather/Temperature,

*  Availability of equipment and

*  Availability of technicians.

We keep a log of all emails and phone calls.  We have logs of all areas treated. 

Most importantly, when communicating with us, remember to leave your name, and address so we know where the mosquitoes are.

How to Barrier Spray

1.  Mow your grasses.  

2.  Follow the directions on the bottle and apply early in the morning or after the heat breaks in the evening.

3.  Do not water for 48 hours.

Barrier sprays can be used on decks, trees, shrubs, and any other vegetation.

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