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Mosquito control

Mosquitoes are no stranger to India, affecting residents from as early as June and nearly the rest of the year if temperatures stay warm. That is why Bees Hive Pest Control created the "Quito - Free" program to provide mosquito reduction and protection for our valued clients.
Our mosquito control program protects our client's homes in two ways, by reducing current mosquito populations and preventing new mosquito populations from affecting your home. In india, June through December are the prime months for mosquito activity and mosquito control is crucial to protect your family from the risk of disease.

Treatment
Our mosquito prevention program services clients monthly from June to December. Our treatment procedure includes.

1. A Bees Hive technician will inspect the area each month to locate breeding sites. The technician will eliminate and/or treat the identified breeding sites with a larvacide which eliminates mosquito larvae in water where they breed.

2.The technician then treats resting areas of adult mosquito populations to help suspend further breeding. Resting areas usually include tree lines, bushes, shrubs, tall grass areas and other growth areas.

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Mosquitoes are a serious concern for india, especially as temperatures rise during the late summer months. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), at least 60 species have been identified to carry the disease, and more than 16,000 illnesses and over 650 deaths have been reported. It is important to take prevention measures to reduce mosquito populations and the accompanying risk of disease

When and where are mosquitoes found?
Mosquito season can start as early as April and can go nearly all year in warm climates, but July through September are prime mosquito months in most areas. There are more than 3,000 species of mosquitoes found throughout the world, approximately 200 of which exist in india. Prime mosquito biting hours are between dusk and dawn.

What are mosquitoes?
Mosquitoes are small insects (ranging from 1/8 to 3/8 inch long) that have two wings, a scale-covered body and legs, and a long beak with piercing-sucking mouthparts used to feed off the blood of living animals. Mosquitoes only need a small water source – a thimbleful of water is enough – with nutrients to breed and survive, making them very hard to control. Usually, the entire life cycle of a mosquito lasts 10 to 16 days.

Why should I be concerned about mosquitoes?
Mosquitoes are one of india most dangerous pests. As noted, some species transmit West Nile virus and other viruses that cause encephalitis, or swelling of the brain, and other illnesses, resulting in seasonal epidemics in india during summer and fall. According to the CDC, symptoms of West Nile disease can include high fever, headache, neck stiffness, muscle weakness, disorientation and paralysis. Mosquitoes also pose a danger internationally where they can carry and transmit the infectious agents that cause malaria, lymphatic filariasis, yellow fever and dengue fever.

How can I help prevent risks resulting from mosquitoes?
1.When outdoors, Wear long sleeves and pants when weather permits.

2.Make sure screens on windows and doors fit tightly and have no holes.

3.Eliminate breeding sites by emptying standing water from objects around the home, including flower pots, buckets, tire swings and children's wading pools when not in use. Change the water in pet dishes and replace the water in bird baths weekly.

What do I do if I suspect a mosquito problem around my home?
Because of the serious health concerns related to mosquitoes, anyone experiencing a problem should investigate around their home for breeding sites, particularly near standing water, and eliminate them accordingly. If the problem persists, check if there is a community-based mosquito control program in your area or contact a licensed pest management professional like beeshive . Beeshive treatment begins with an inspection of potential breeding sites and educating the consumer about how to remove them. Larvicides may also be used in standing water to stunt the growth of mosquitoes' offspring before they become biting adults. The service also includes a thorough application of insecticides to leaves, shrubbery and other areas where adult mosquitoes tend to land and rest.

For further information call us at 97155 12444 or call (0431)- 2430047