mosquito control

How to Get Rid of Mosquitoes

From do my own pest control

Wouldn't it be great if you were just 3 steps away from ridding your home and backyard of mosquitoes once and for all?  This post from Do my own pest control has the answer for you.  This post presents an easy, 3 step method for removing mosquitoes from your property and consequently protecting your family from mosquito borne diseases.

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7 Best Ways to Get Rid of Mosquitoes in Your House and Yard

From Stop Pest Info

Ridding one's home and yard of mosquitoes seems like a losing battle sometimes.  Using the technology available at the store, a typical homeowner has probably tried fogs, zappers, sprays, bracelets, and myriad other methods to kill or control mosquito populations around the home and yard.  This post from Stop Pest Info talks about all of the different methods of mosquito control, and evaluates them for efficacy.

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From Mosquito Science

Fighting the scourge of disease-spreading mosquitoes can be an expensive and labor intensive undertaking.  This post from Mosquito Science presents an economical, simple, and effective means for controlling the species of mosquitoes that spread Dengue Fever, Chikungunya, West Nile and Yellow Fever.  Could this simple yet effective device be the answer to the third world mosquito disease epidemic?

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Mosquito Myths

From Mosquito World

When it comes to the deadliest animal in the world, the mosquito, it can be hard to separate facts from fiction.  This post from Mosquito World presents some very common misconceptions about the mosquitoes, and clarifies some other myths as well. 

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How do I find and kill a single mosquito in the middle of the night?

From Lifehacks

You realize that there is a single, possibly disease-carrying mosquito buzzing around your bedroom, but you can't seem to get it.  It's buzzing around your ears, it's running into your forehead, and you know at any moment its going to suck your blood and spread chikungunya to you.  What are you to do?  This post from Lifehacks actually has a method for finding and killing this dangerous pest, and it really works!

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How Building a New Mosquito Could End Malaria

From Sploid.Gizmodo

We have all heard of Dolly, the cloned sheep.  It seems that for most, that was the first time that genetic manipulation and genetic modification came into our consciousness, and it was the start of some big things in the field of genome research.  Well, science has been progressing in this field by leaps and bounds over the last couple of decades.  According to this post by Sploid, a new gene editing technique known as CRISPR could hold the key to mosquito disease eradication.  

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How To Get Rid of Mosquitoes

From Pest How

If the average American saw a close up of a mosquito piercing their skin with their razor sharp needle and then drawing the human blood into their bellies, they might never go outside ever again.  The process is frightening on a microscopic level, and can leave the host human with a variety of issues beyond a little red bump.  The mosquito, while acquiring human blood to perpetuate their species, can transmit a variety of harmful and potentially fatal diseases.  This post from Pest How explains how to prevent this bite from ever happening by executing mosquito control.

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Learn how to get rid of mosquitoes naturally — without resorting to toxic sprays.

From Planet Natural

Mosquitoes are the deadliest species in the world, responsible for more human deaths than any other animal.  Unfortunately, methods to combat them over the last century have proven to be just as harmful to humans in some cases.  It's no wonder then, that people are constantly looking for effective means to combat the mosquito scourge.  This post from Planet Natural presents some common sense, natural options for killing and controlling mosquitoes, as well as a good explanation of their life cycle.

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