Mosquitoes are the most significant vector of disease in history and are responsible for more human deaths than any other animal. The mosquito is now breeding in new sites and readily adapting to urban life.
While the pest professional can significantly impact a mosquito population, it is not feasible to promise a customer that he will never again experience another mosquito bite, or that a customer or employee will never be infected with a mosquito-borne disease. With this control program, it is Truly Nolen's goal to reduce the customer's mosquito population by 75%.
INSPECTION begins with a customer interview, followed by a thorough visual inspection for pest IDENTIFICATION and DETERMINATION of a course of action. He focuses on a 100 foot radius from the bite site, searching for conditions conducive such as:
The pest professional makes thorough notes of all findings and always invites the customer to participate in the inspection process. He then develops a graph and site plan that outlines his findings.
Option #1 The tech applies small amounts of an IGR based granule with a bulb duster (1/2 lb. per 1,000 square feet) to areas where residual moisture collects in order to control larval development. Examples include tree holes, potted plant catch plates, gutters containing debris, sprinkler heads in low-lying areas, etc. Apply per label.
Option #2 For suspected water breeding sites, the technician applies Agnique MMF in one or two areas of the standing water surface. A film rapidly spreads over the surface, which interrupts the critical air/water interface in the mosquito's larval and pupal development cycle causing them to drown. Appropriate for ponds, lakes, retention basins, ditches, tree holes, ponds, potable water containers, etc. Apply per label.
Option #3 For suspected water breeding sites. The technician uses pre-packaged dunks that float on the water's surface. The dunk slowly disintegrates for consumption by the mosquito population, resulting in constipation and death. For suspected water breeding sites. Use per label.