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Zika Update: Florida Research Shows Zika In Second Mosquito

A study out of the University of Florida has put the spotlight back on the Zika virus. In research published in a scientific journal last week, Chelsea Smartt, a molecular biologist at the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences in Vero Beach, reported finding Zika RNA in Aedes albopictus mosquitoes in Brazil. […]

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Mosquito Borne Diseases You May Not Be Aware Of

With several Pacific nations and the state of Hawaii in the grips of dengue fever outbreaks, good news arrived recently when Mexican authorities approved a vaccine against the deadly mosquito borne disease. More governments are expected to follow suit in approving the drug, called Dengvaxia, to combat the mosquito borne diseases sudden surge. The vaccine […]

How Mr. Mister Is Helping To Make Atlanta Mosquito Free

As an Atlanta resident, you should know the threat mosquitoes pose to our health and the health of our loved ones and family members. This means it’s our duty as a community to put natural mosquito control at the forefront of our priority list. Mr. Mister — Atlanta’s premier mosquito control experts — has been […]

Mosquito Control Tips: Are Mosquitoes Attracted To Particular Human Scents?

You have surely heard it time and time again; there’s just something about you, in particular, that mosquitoes adore. But, how true is this statement? Unfortunately, it all boils down to one trait you carry; your smell. No matter the perspective, mosquitoes all boast acute receptors, which can detect scents that are up to 100 […]

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Mosquito Control Tips To Prepare You For Summer Activites

How good is Summer? Especially when you have your own backyard and some crazy friends and family… what’s the point of even going out? Your backyard doesn’t have cover charges, closing hours or long queues, so why not keep the party going til whenever o’clock? Ahhh… that’s right. Mosquitoes. Those uninvited guests have a knack […]

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Mosquito Facts You Need To Know This Spring

If you’re like most Americans, the only thing you really know about mosquitoes is how much you dislike them. From their painful bite to their annoying buzz, it’s no secret that mosquitoes aren’t very popular. If you’re looking for a way to keep mosquitoes away from property, the first step is to learn a little […]

Mosquito Control Tips: Why You Should Never Leave Tires In Your Yard

Every good mosquito control professional knows, mosquitoes are attracted to stagnant water. In fact, this is precisely where these pests lay their eggs after feeding on your blood. In order to give yourself any chance of avoiding a bite from a mosquito, it’s important to drain any containers of standing water while reducing mosquito breeding […]

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Getting Rid Of Mosquitoes In Pools

Mosquitoes and pools don’t mix well together. Mosquitoes lay their eggs in water, preferably standing water. If your pool has not been used for a while you may find mosquito larvae, or ‘wrigglers’ as they as often referred to, enjoying an early spring or summer swim. They will also love your pool covers – particularly […]

Why Mosquitoes Are So Attracted To You

Have you ever been the only one complaining about mosquitoes ravaging your skin? What is it about you that makes those pesky skeeters bypass your buddies and start feasting on your seemingly special skin? If you think you’re a mosquito magnet, you might be on to something. Here’s a quick guide to help determine how attractive you are […]

Exploring The Different Types Of Mosquitoes

As scary as it may sound, there are literally thousands of different species of mosquitoes out there, most of which inhabit the United States. While the biggest pests feed on our blood and spread dangerous diseases, like Zika virus, some mosquitoes prefer feeding on other animals, and some rarer varieties don’t even feed on blood […]