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  • Link to Summer And More Mosquitoes
Summer has arrived and with it comes warmer weather and more outdoor time. While we want to enjoy picnics and parties outside, mosquitoes will often make us the life of their party, feasting on us as unsuspecting victims. Mosquitoes are...
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  • Link to Mosquitoes In The South
The South is known for many things like warm weather, sweet tea, and southern hospitality. Unfortunately, the south is also known for another thing – mosquitoes! Mosquitoes thrive in warm, humid climates like we have here in the southern United...
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  • Link to Mosquito Prevention – How Does A Mosquito Reduction Program Work?
The best approach to controlling mosquitoes takes advantage of every life stage of a mosquito. This approach is known as an Integrated Pest Management approach (IPM). IPM employs a variety of different pest management techniques with an emphasis on pest...
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  • Link to Mosquito Diseases: Are You at Risk?
Mosquitoes are known carriers of several viruses, transmitting disease and parasites to people and animals that come in contact with them via painful bites. While some of these diseases don’t pose serious health risks, others can be deadly (over one million...
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This weekend marks the official start of summer and Memorial Day. It’s a great time to honor those that have served our country and enjoy a long weekend with friends and family. Summer-goers beware, though. Atlanta was recently “awarded” the top mosquito...
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What Do You Need To Know About Chikungunya, the mosquito-borne virus? By: Kate King kking@callnorthwest.com As many of you have been seeing or hearing in the news recently, the mosquito-borne virus, Chikungunya is being reported in the United States. The...
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How to Get Rid of a Mosquito Bite If you spend any time outside, especially in the Southern states, there is a good chance you will get a mosquito bite.  The female mosquito (males don’t bite) feed on blood.  Once...
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Tips to Prevent Mosquito Bites When Outdoors this Summer Warmer weather is finally here and we know our residents are no doubt spending more time outdoors. However, with increased outdoor activity, the public is at risk of becoming a meal...
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If you’re traveling somewhere for Spring Break be prepared for mosquitoes. Northwest Exterminating cautions travelers about mosquito-borne diseases Many people are looking forward to escaping the winter chill by jet setting to a warmer destination during Spring Break, but they...
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  If you are just now being able to absorb the menace of the Gallinipper mosquito, unfortunately you won’t be able to breathe easy just yet. Evidently, tourists aren’t the only people coming to our American shores this summer. The...
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