No Mosquitoes This Spring?
Despite the harsh winter season, mosquitoes are known to be quite resilient and can survive the coldest winters. With all the snow and rain we’ve gotten this year, it could mean we are in for a rough mosquito season.
With all the snow and rain we’ve gotten this year and it could mean we are in for a rough mosquito season. As the temperature heats up, all the ditches, pools and other areas of standing water becomes a playground for mosquito larvae. Remember, more water means more mosquitoes. And you thought you’d get off easy this year… not a chance. The blood suckers will be back!
Please take some time to look at the video below. It’s from a Hampton Roads TV news station. They interviewed the Chesapeake Mosquito Control Commission who states that even a harsh winter won’t stop these pests.
Find out more about mosquito prevention by contacting Backyard Bug Patrol today.
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