Mosquitoes and other insects have adapted over time to survive colder temps. Think of places like Minnesota, Alaska and Canada–all of which are known to have some of the worst mosquito problems in the world. Auburn research professor Xing Hu states “mosquitoes are far more susceptible to lack of spring rainfall than they are to prolonged and unusually cold weather.”
As soon as the temperature remains around 70 degrees for 2-3 days in a row the mosquitoes will start breeding. Early treatments will lead to enhanced protection throughout the season.
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