Mosquitoes can ruin pleasure like no other creature on Earth. But there’s more to those nasty little pests than irritation and that’s the growing possibility that someone will transmit a disease. Not only some minor annoyance of a illness either. There are severe, possibly deadly consequences from the perceived innocent bite of a mosquito. West Nile Virus (WNV) and Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) are two of the most frequent and they’re becoming more widespread and more dangerous each year.
Each time a pest population is subjected to a synthetic, toxic pesticide, a specific number survive because of some super-genetic resistance. This scientific phenomenon is named Pesticide Resistance. Due to Pesticide Resistance, every year fewer synthetic pesticide products are effective for management.
But how can Pesticide Resistance increase the cases of West Nile Virus and Eastern Equine Encephalitis? These super mosquitoes are resistant to poisons and in exactly the exact same line of reasoning can more efficiently transport diseases that affect their victims, but not them as a species. Pesticides are being used to lessen the virility, strength and survivability of mosquitoes but when they overcome these setbacks they’re more powerful, heartier and better equipped to take vector diseases that don’t affect them.
By using artificial pesticides, we’re producing resistant’Super Mosquitoes’ which are increasingly hard to control which are getting more powerful carriers of diseases that affect people. Great…
So the first step – cease using synthetic pesticides!
And that doesn’t mean lighting a couple of citronella candles either. There are quite powerful, green products which use all organic ingredients to give excellent natural pest control for mosquitoes. An integral ingredient is cedar as cedar is deadly to insects benign to people, animals or the environment.
These aggravating blood-suckers are bothersome enough with no fear of disease so be certain that the avoidance of a mosquito bite is strong AND safe since there is tons of danger already! What does Possum Poop Look Like?