Recent Rains Have Established a Stronghold for Aedes Mosquitoes in Texas, According to Recent Reports
Standing water and warm weather, the perfect combination for mosquito breeding. As you more than likely already know, we receive plenty of rain here in Victoria, and it’s definitely what could be described as “warm” outside. Is your yard going to become a breeding ground for mosquitoes? Do you know how to keep that from happening? These are indeed important questions. Worry not, however, Mosquito Squad of Victoria can ensure your yard is mosquito free with our highly effective barrier spray application. We can remove up to 90% of the mosquitoes on your property and offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee!
According to a recent article in the Waco Tribune, “Recent rains have assured plentiful breeding habitat for the Aedes mosquito…”. It appears we aren’t even close to the peak of mosquito season. Usually by July we are at the height of the season which will continue until at least October. It appears the recent rains have allowed for a jumpstart to another uptick in the mosquito population.
Aedes mosquitoes are gaining worldwide attention. You’ve probably heard the name before. The reason for their increased notoriety is due to Zika. Aedes mosquitoes are the primary carrier of the Zika virus. Essentially, the Aedes mosquito is the primary reason for so many athletes dropping out of the Olympics in Rio due to fear of the Zika virus. Zika has been associated with a birth defect called microcephaly, which results in improper development of the brain in a fetus – the results can be heartbreaking. Not only is Zika spread through mosquito bites, but can also be spread by blood transfusions as well as sexual contact.
Just last week was National Mosquito Control Awareness Week. To find out how effective Mosquito Squad of Victoria is at keeping the Aedes, and all other mosquitoes, from dwelling in your yard this summer and fall, call us today at (361) 894 – 8642, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or click the green “Alert the Squad” button to the top right. We look forward to hearing from you soon!