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As summer draws near, mosquitoes in Brookhaven will emerge and begin to take over backyards and parks. Outdoor restaurants and bars must keep their customers comfortable, gardens and flower beds need tending to, and there are barbecues and outdoor parties to be had.
Mosquitoes are called the deadliest animal on the planet because of the many diseases they carry. In Brookhaven, the main mosquito borne disease of concern is West Nile Virus. Local mosquitoes are carriers of this disease and there are documented cases and deaths of this disease each year, but truthfully most cases of West Nile Virus in our area are mild.
If hiding from mosquitoes is not your idea of summer break, call Nextgen Pest Solutions. Our safe and environmentally responsible Mosquito Service gives you access to your outdoor spaces and keeps you lounging on the deck longer.
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There are sixty-three different species of mosquitoes in Georgia and thankfully only about ten of them are troublesome to humans. Generally, a mature female mosquito lays eggs in standing water. Like a caterpillar, mosquitos progress through a larval and pupal stage. After a short larval and pupal stage, an adult mosquito emerges from the water. According to the Center for Disease Control, the mosquito life cycle (from egg to adult) takes only about 8 to 10 days.
Most species of mosquitoes fly no more than 300 feet from where they hatch. Mosquitoes eat plant nectar for energy. It is only the females that bite. She uses the blood drawn during the bite to produce eggs, further contributing to your problem.
Mosquito populations explode very quickly once temperatures reach about 55 degrees. Adult Mosquitoes lay approximately 100 eggs at a time. They may use very small pools of water, such as a bottle cap, a cup, or the accumulation of water from a leaky faucet as a nursery. An adult female mosquito breeds approximately 24 hours after she emerges as an adult and continues to lay eggs until her death.
While you can do your best to reduce standing water around your home, you can not control your neighbors. Mosquito control is most effective when it is consistent and performed over as large of an area as possible.
Call a neighborhood meeting and educate and encourage everyone to join together to control mosquitoes. Even if you only convince your next door neighbor to empty the wheelbarrow weekly, you will have made an improvement in your situation.
If after all your efforts, the mosquitoes are still keeping you from your yard, give us a call. We offer mosquito service designed to attack the mosquitoes both at the larval stage (when they are still in the water) and at the biting adult stage.
Our protocol includes integrated pest management best practices and is safe for your family and the environment. The more landscaping and vegetation you have in your yard, the less effective do-it-yourself and preventative measures will be. Our mosquito program treats all of these beautiful areas of your yard.
In addition to the irritation of mosquitoes hampering our summer fun, there is a true health risk associated with mosquitoes. While we are not at substantial risk in Brookhaven for malaria, chikungunya, or yellow fever, the mosquito borne disease, West Nile Virus does impact our community. Here is an article that describes the findings of the trapping and testing program in Brookhaven.
In 2019, mosquitoes infected with West Nile Virus were trapped near Blackburn Park and Ashford Park. Just one more reason to have a mosquito management program in place.
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