Orange County neighborhoods are being bombarded by the invasive Aedes mosquitoes. Learn more about these pests now.
They Feed on Humans
Aedes mosquitos can make your yard less enjoyable by negatively impacting your quality of life. These aggressive, day-biting mosquitoes prefer to feed on humans.
Unlike other species, they bite multiple times and leave large bumps and welts.
Because they bite more frequently, they increase the risk of spreading diseases such as:
- Yellow fever
They are Container Breeders
These pesky mosquitoes need very little water to reproduce and are container breeders.
During breeding, Aedes mosquitos will lay eggs along the side of a container. These eggs can remain in containers for years and will remain dormant until ideal conditions are met and water is available.
Tips for Controlling Aedes Mosquitoes
- Wear mosquito repellent to avoid bites (eucalyptus oil, lemon oil, IR3535, Picaridin, or DEET)
- Toss unneeded containers in the backyard
- Dump and drain any containers filled with water around your home
- Check plant containers weekly for water collection and mosquito breeding
Call the Pros
If you’re tired of the invasive Aedes mosquitoes or looking for preventative measures, it’s time to call in the pros. 1st Stryke is here to help eliminate pesky bugs, insects, and rodents in and around your home, including summer flies in your backyard.
The 1st Stryke Solution
1st Stryke is experienced in providing effective mosquito control in backyards and properties in and around the Greater Orange County area. Our professional technicians focus treatments on areas like tall grass, lawns, and shrubs, where mosquitoes are most likely hiding. To find out more about our residential pest control options, call our pest control professionals at 1st Stryke today at (877) 787-9531.