Are you getting sick of Mosquitoes biting you. If the answer is yes and you live in the Albany, Saratoga, Glens Falls, Plattsburgh regions of New York we can help. Mosquitoes are also a pest problem in many parts of Vermont from Manchester, to Woodstock, Rutland and Killington all the way to Burlington.
Nature’s Way has a Mosquitoes control program that will drastically reduce the populations on your property. Our Mosquitoes pest control programs targets adult mosquitoes that hang out in the shady spots in the woods that surround your home. Usually they will be found under leaves on trees and bushes or under leaves on the forest floor. Prior to the application and during the program it is recommended that the (Homeowner) eliminate as many breeding sites as possible. Reducing these site will help tremendously.
For a more effective Mosquito Control program gutters should be cleaned and maintained on a regular basis. Not only does this attract mosquitoes but it will become a breeding ground for a lot of insects. Not to mention all the other issues that clog gutters cause, right down to rotting away the wood on your home. Gutter inserts are available to avoid the constant cleaning.
You should walk around your property and look for any stagnant water. In this case flip over the wheelbarrow, and store it properly. Keep it flipped over so no water builds up.
If you have ornamental ponds you can place minnows in the pond they will eat the larva. Gold fish offer little if any control.
Clean up the leaves that have fallen, even on the forest floor. This step will really reduce the population of all pest especially Mosquitoes. Obviously you can clean up the entire forest but at least the first 5-10 feet. This will alos help the effectiveness of our Mosquito application.
Here is another example of breeding grounds for Mosquitoes that need to be eliminated. This is all part of a comprehensive I.P.M or Integrated Pest Management Program.
Mosquitoes can transmit some serious diseases such as the West Nile virus and encephalitis. Peak feeding activity is usually early evening although they may feed during the day as well.