Consider this scenario – It’s a wonderful spring evening and you are entertaining friends and family on your outdoor patio, but just as the evening is getting started, the mosquitoes start swarming and drive everyone indoors.
If you want avoid ruined weekend get-together, you will need to know how to control mosquitoes in your yard and lawn.
First and foremost, eliminate breeding areas for mosquitoes. Water is the only breeding requirement for mosquitoes. Mosquitoes need stagnant water for laying their eggs so you need to find any pools of water and remove them. These can be anywhere that a small puddle of water can form including children’s play areas, birdbaths, and so on.
Remember following points to control mosquitoes in your lawn:
#1: Check your drainage system. See if there is any breakage or leakage and subsequently small puddles are formed close to leaking points. Repair the damaged points.
#2: Water can accumulate in garbage cans. Drill holes in the bottom of garbage containers so water does not accumulate. Make sure the water has somewhere drain and doesn’t simply puddle under the garbage can.
#3: When you are going to be away from home for vacations or for work, make sure your pool is properly treated with chlorine. Arrange for a pool service to keep the pool chlorinated or use an automatic chlorinator.
#4: Check your yard for low areas that accumulate standing water. Have your landscaper grade these areas or install french drains to keep your yard dry.
#5: Do not over water potted plants. Remove old tires, cans, and other debris from the yard that can hold water.
Finally, consider installing an automated misting system to control mosquitoes. These systems use safe, natural pesticides that are automatically released at timed intervals to kill mosquitoes and break the mosquito life cycle.
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