Why You Need a Jacksonville, FL Exterminator to Get Rid of Mosquitoes

Water is essential for mosquitoes to multiply, but this year’s heavy rainfall in Southwest Florida is actually proving to be a deterrent. While this certainly makes things more difficult in the form of flooding in certain areas, an unexpected benefit lies in Kevin Lollar’s report for news-press.com. Apparently, certain types of mosquito eggs that typically hatch on damp ground aren’t able to because of too much rain:

A lot of rain has fallen on the area: 5 to 8 inches in some areas over the past week, with an area-wide average of 3 inches. So, where are the bugs?
Fact is that too much rain has fallen to be healthy for mosquitoes, said Shelly Redovan, spokeswoman for the Lee County Mosquito Control district.


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