Mosquitoes belong to the group Diptera. They have a single pair of wings, typically have long, thin legs and a head featuring a prominent proboscis. Mosquito bodies and wings most often are covered in tiny scales. Adult mosquitoes may range from 3 to 9 mm. Mosquito control is a vital public health practice throughout the world. Disease organisms transmitted by mosquitoes may cause dengue fever, yellow fever, japanese encephalitis, chikungunya, malaria and filariasis. Depending on the situation, source reduction, biocontrol, larviciding or adulticiding may be used to manage mosquito populations. These techniques are accomplished using habitat modification, pesticide, biological-control agents, and trapping. There is approximately 4.75 lakh death across the world due to mosquito bite per year. People experience reactions to bites, ranging from mild irritation to intense inflammation and swelling.
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The mosquito treatment plan begins with inspection of potential Mosquito development site such as stagnant water, cooler, clogged rain gutters, water, tree holes or debris that hold water at your Home and identifying the kind of mosquitoes causing problems. Our inspection team Focus on 100 feet radius from the bite site and will prepare a mosquito treatment plan by putting stress on source reduction and necessary chemical product use. Some of the source reduction recommendations might include: