Anderson Mosquito Control System

Mosquitoes are some of the most loathsome insects buzzing across planet earth. Whether you hate them because of the serious ailments that they can cause of or you just hate the unwanted buzzing sound that characterizes their presence, everyone can agree on the fact that they are a nuisance. It is little wonder that we have devoted a great deal of time, effort, and money on learning how to control mosquitoes, and thereby averting the potential of suffering health dilapidating consequences.

Luckily, the widespread studies have not been in vain as they have yielded a wide array of mosquito control systems. Herein, we are going to explore the use of the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) system, which the EPA and the Center For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) consider as the most effective system and the misting systems.

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What is an IPM Mosquito Control System?

IPM mosquito control is the control process that involves dealing with mosquito populations in totality. This means that property owners should pull all stops to make sure that their properties are conducive to mosquitoes to thriving. One way of doing this is by getting rid of any and every possible breeding ground.

Mosquitoes usually breed in stagnant waters. With this in mind, you should drain any stagnant water around your property, no matter how small the amount of water may seem. Any water that has collected in any vessels, including but not limited to empty cans, flower pots, or jars should be drained whenever they accumulate water. Doing so gets rid of mosquito breeding grounds, while at the same time reduces the number of larvae that mature to adult mosquitoes.

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Incorporating A Mosquito Control System

Despite the IPMs effectiveness, you need to understand that regardless of your efforts to minimize the population of mosquitoes in and around your property, you cannot get rid of the mosquitoes entirely. For starters, mosquitoes are known to travel vast distances during their adult stage of their life-cycle. In this regard, they, even though your property may be an unsuitable environment of mosquitoes to thrive, they may simply migrate in from your neighbors.

It thus pays to have an additional mosquito control system with the capability of killing or at the very least keeping mosquitoes away from your property. One of the best systems that can go a long way in helping you achieve this is a misting system.

A misting system is a mosquito control system that seeks to control mosquito by spraying a mist of biodegradable mosquito repellent, typically pyrethrin, permethrin, or piperonyl butoxide-based repellents. Such as system may be a permanently installed or you can opt for a temporary misting system. Either way, having a misting system is a good way to complement your other traditional mosquito control methods and systems.

However, despite the fact that many pest control professionals and expert advocate for use of misting systems to manage mosquito population, many of them will also reckon that you purchase the best misting system in the market. Only the best misting systems will perform with exception and yield the desired results. Thus, property owners are advised to take their time and make the effort to purchase the best system possible. 

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