The mosquito is described by many of its victims as a “ferocious insect species”. The insect has a major role in the agriculture industry, picking up and delivering pollen. The mosquito picks up pollen from the male plant reproductive organ “stamen” to deliver to the female reproductive organ “anther”. Cross-pollination with the help of mosquitoes allows farmers to grow a variety of vegetables and fruits. Beets, potatoes, chards, spinach, corn, squash, and pumpkin are all cross-pollination vegetables. Without help from mosquitoes, farmers would rely on other pollinator species, such as the bee, moth, butterfly, fly, and ant.

Mosquito-Borne Illnesses – Are They Life-Threatening?

Most illnesses transmitted from mosquitoes to humans pose life-threatening risks. Malaria is just one example of a mosquito-borne illness, which was linked to the death of 409,000 people in 2019. The World Health Organization “WHO” and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention “CDC” are continuously researching mosquito-borne illnesses. The government agencies strive to minimize the number of new mosquito-borne illnesses cases across the globe.

We will work with you to help protect your family from life-threatening mosquito-borne illnesses. Our pest control technicians will create a mosquito barrier around your home. So, you can enjoy your backyard without fear of being bitten by mosquitoes.

How To Manage The Mosquito Population?

We work with entomologists and other pest control companies to help manage the mosquito population nationwide. With our industrial-strength pesticide and adhesive traps, we can control the mosquito population, resulting in fewer new cases of infestation. To learn more about our mosquito management services, contact our pest control experts. While you have them on the phone, ask about our free mosquito control consultation and inspection.

We strive to keep our prices at the minimum to ensure full access to our high-quality mosquito management services. We also offer free written quotes per request. Our customer support will begin processing your service request, which should be complete within 24 and 48 hours.

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