Mosquitos might be the least popular bug around, owing largely to the feeding habits of females that thrive on human and animal blood. Unlike flies, mosquitos have a long legs and long nose they use to “bite” and draw blood from people. Mosquitoes are both pesky and potential disease carrying pests.
What to do:
Mosquito treatment is a process that requires individualized management plans, usually targeting the source of the population. Standing water, such as ponds and water features provide fertile breeding ground for mosquitoes during the summer months. Modifications to the vegetation and elimination of home entry points can also minimize the annoying effects of mosquitoes.
Chemical treatments to water and vegetation can also be implemented for mosquito control. To learn more about Omaha mosquito control, call Quality Pest Control today.