Top 12 Tips to Ward off Nasty Mosquitoes this Summer
The mosquitoes are back - in full force. Here are some top tips to help ward them off in the coming months.
Mosquito Prevention Techniques
Eliminate standing water which acts as a breeding ground for mosquitoes. (flower pots, children’s pools, watering cans, gutters etc.)
Remember to keep the lids on trash cans to keep out the rain.
Cover up or fill in low places in your yard where puddles can develop.
Keep gutters cleaned out so water does not build up inside and become a mosquito breeding ground.
Make sure all drains on your property are also cleaned out without leaves blocking them up so water can drain effectively.
Repair leaky pipes and outdoor faucets.
Empty plastic wading pools at least once a week or store in a position that water will drain.
Make sure your backyard pool is maintained properly.
Fill in tree rot holes and hollow stumps that hold water with sand or concrete.
- Bird Baths & Planters:
Change water in bird baths and planter pots or drip trays at least once a week.
Keep grass cut short around the house, so adult mosquitoes will not hide there.
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