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From a health standpoint, mosquitoes are known carriers of encephalitis, malaria, yellow fever, and dengue viruses.
Mosquito-borne diseases cause more than one million deaths each year around the world. Mosquito bites can infect a pet with the deadly canine heartworm.
Mosquitoes can migrate up to 15 miles, which overrides local larval control efforts. This results in the need for adult mosquito control.
The insecticides being used today are not only highly effective, but also degrade rapidly.