mosquito control

What is the Best Mosquito Killer?

From Wise Geek

When it comes to killing mosquitoes, there seems to be no shortage of methods.  There are machines, sprays, gels, fogs, wristbands, mists, elecrified lamps and racquets, and much, much more.  The myriad options can cause confusion and frustration when shopping for an effective control method.  This post from Wise Geek addresses this issue head-on, and attempts to explain the best mosquito killing method for one's particular situation.

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How to pick a bug zapper: review of the best indoor and outdoor units

From Stop Pest Info

Bug zappers have been around for decades, but is there really a difference between them?  Are some stronger or more effective than others?  Are there zappers that work inside as well?  This post from Stop Pest Info addresses all of these questions in this post, and guides the consumer in how to choose the best bug zapper for them.

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Top 10 Best Mosquito Killers in 2016

From For You Lesson

Top 10 lists are seemingly ubiquitous in the internet world of 2016.  As the year comes to a close, lists about the 5 best this and the 10 best that will be peppering the World Wide Web.  This particular list from For You Lesson is one of our favorites that we have seen, for obvious reasons.  

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Mosquito Swatter or Mosquito Racket

From Engineers Garage

When it comes to killing mosquitoes, there are no shortage of options commercially available.  One thing is for certain:  None of the methods that one can use are as much fun as the Mosquito Racket.  Basically a mosquito swatter with an electric charge to zap the mosquitoes in the air, the mosquito swatter is also chemical free.  

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You've Been Trying To Kill Mosquitoes All Wrong, Here's the Simple Trick for a Bite-Free Summer

From Top Right News

One of the ways that homeowners can try to keep mosquitoes away from their family and pets is to use mosquito traps.  While there are commercially available traps that can be costly to own and operate, this post from Top Right News presents a different idea.  The post demonstrates an easy to build mosquito trap with items that are in most homes already, and claims that this simple device really works!

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Splish Splat? Why Raindrops Don't Kill Mosquitoes

From NPR

Its the kind of question that is typicall reserved for the existentially minded thinker, but it is a fascinating rumination nonetheless.  Why don't raindrops kill mosquitoes?  This post from NPR presents the answer, utilizing high speed video to show what actually happens when a mosquito encounters a raindrop.  The result is probably not what you would expect, but it does present some interesting dynamics in the area of nanotechnology.

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Fight the Bite

From Metro Fight the Bite

Keeping mosquitoes away from you and your family seems like a never-ending battle.  Part of the reason for this relative lack of success is the fact that most mosquito treatments only attack adult airborne mosquitoes, and not the larvae.  This post from Metro Fight the Bite presents a comprehensive approach to mosquito control that every homeowner should read, as larval control is a key component to keeping the adult mosquitoes away as well.

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Controlling Mosquitoes

From Thrifty Fun

For those of us that are attractive meals to mosquitoes, there are no shortage of sprays, lotions, bracelets, fogs, etc. that purport to keep these blood-sucking pests away.  Unfortunately, as we all know, they don't really work that effectively at all.  This post from Thrifty Fun brings an age-old remedy from the early part of the century back and discusses whether there are certain foods or compounds that when ingested actually repel mosquitoes.

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