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As a pest control public servant for your respective county, you are responsible for ensuring that residents who live in the county are safe from unwanted invaders, especially ones that can be potentially hazardous like pesky mosquitoes. Mosquitoes are not only annoying, they can be a serious threat to public health due to the fact that they are common carriers of fatal diseases such as encephalitis, yellow fever, dengue, malaria, and Zika. It is the duty of the county to make sure that a mosquito program is put into place that is both cost-effective, environmentally safe and brings the desired results of a reduction or elimination of these problem pests.

Solutions Pest & Lawn can supply your county’s pest control operation with the top-of-the-line mosquito control products and equipment so you can get the job done the right way and keep your county free from the disturbances of blood-sucking mosquitoes. Your current operation may be on a tight budget and doesn’t have the funds for large purchases. Your county may also be concerned with unsafe chemicals being sprayed which don’t meet state or federal EPA regulations. We can address both of those issues by delivering the best products at the best possible prices you will find on the market and having pesticide options that will be safe to handle and apply to the environment.

How To Conduct County Pest Control: 3 Step Solution

Getting rid of mosquitoes that are plaguing a county doesn’t have to be difficult, especially when you are equipped with the right products and equipment as well as implementing integrated mosquito management techniques. That’s where Solutions Pest & Lawn comes in – we have a variety of professional-grade products which are easy-to-apply, including pesticides which can be used as a mosquito barrier spray which will sufficiently keep mosquitoes at bay. These pesticides can eliminate the presence of mosquitoes for weeks at a time so residents can enjoy what their neighborhood has to offer. Below we have a simple 3 Step Plan in eliminating problem mosquitoes.

Step 1: Before bringing pesticides into the mix, surveying the area for where mosquitoes are heavily concentrated. This is usually in areas where there is a lot of still or slow-moving water. Mosquitoes lay there eggs in still water and the mosquito pupae and larvae spend time in stagnant water. Eliminating these areas will help control the mosquito population on your property as well as any sort of environmental modifications which will make the area less appealing for mosquitoes to hang around.

Step 2: Next, it’s time to move onto chemical treatment.  Select a product that is specifically labeled to be used in residential areas such as Flex 10-10 with Pivot 10 IGR.  Application methods for county neighborhoods can include a backpack mist blower to foliage and/or an all-terrain vehicle ultra-low volume (ULV) misting of your neighborhood to repel and control adult mosquitoes and midges. Solutions Pest & Lawn has a variety of options to choose from that are effective such as spraying rigs and skid sprayers. What you choose depends on your budget and preference. Whichever method is used, all products are applied in compliance with state and federal EPA regulations.

Step 3: Conduct regular repeat barrier treatments around at regular intervals according to label directions to kill off or significantly reduce the mosquito population. These steps make your neighborhood off-putting for mosquitoes and will build up a repelling effect overtime, so that spraying can occur less often after some time.

Browse our recommended products for county mosquito control below. If you are interested in learning more about our services and special county pricings, please contact us at any time via phone, email (askapro@solutionsstores.com) or via live chat.  

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