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Protect Your Family From Mosquitoes with Mosquito Control

Mosquitoes pack a double whammy. They’re annoying to have buzzing around your yard because their bites can be itchy and painful. But there is also always a threat they could be carrying a deadly disease like West Nile or Zika. Instead of getting to enjoy your property to the fullest, you now might be constantly on edge.

Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be that way.

Mosquito control in Memphis, TN, and Olive Branch, MS can help protect your family from these blood-sucking pests. Targeted treatments will help provide relief from spring through fall. And when you choose Master Lawn’s Organic Mosquito Control, you don’t have to worry about sacrificing safety because our approach is 100-percent organic.

How Organic Mosquito Control Works

When it comes to protecting your family with mosquito control services, one of the main concerns that often arises is the safety of the products used. The last thing that you want is for your mosquito control choice to become a new risk that you have to worry about. For that reason, you might be looking into Organic Mosquito Control.

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Of course, the next big question that comes up is usually, Does it work?

You want to feel confident that Organic Mosquito Control will still provide protection against these dangerous and annoying pests. The good news is that we have an extensive list of satisfied clients who have already seen the difference that our Organic Mosquito Control program can make.

Here are a few reasons why the program is effective:

Targeted Control

One of the keys to success is the fact that we are identifying and then targeting prime mosquito habitats on your property. Homeowners are often surprised to learn that mosquitoes are weak fliers and stop frequently to rest. The key to effective mosquito control is figuring out where they are going to take those flying breaks and treating those areas with an effective product.

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Properly Spaced Applications

Another key to success is that we’ve figured out just the right number of visits needed to ensure that your property is fully protected. We space mosquito applications approximately 30 to 40 days apart between April and October, which is prime mosquito season.

Going the Extra Mile

Master Lawn also helps to ensure that our mosquito control services are effective by going the extra mile and making cultural recommendations for areas of standing water. Water in clogged gutters or poor drainage zones on the property can become breeding grounds for mosquitoes. 

Of course, you might also have intentional water on your property such as a birdbath or a pond. When warranted, we can use an additional product for areas of standing water that will help you protect against these pests.

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FAQs About Mosquito Control Services

If you’re considering mosquito control services, you might have some questions you’re looking to have answered. We commend you for wanting to be an educated consumer.

Here are some of the mosquito control questions that we receive most frequently as well as our responses. Of course, if you have a question that isn’t found here, always know that we are available to be a helpful resource.

Mosquito Control Tips for Memphis, TN Homeowners

We know that mosquitoes are a major source of frustration and anguish for homeowners in Memphis, TN. These pests might have seemed difficult to get rid of in the past, but there are answers.

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These are just a few tips to help get you started with effective mosquito control, but know that our blog is full of additional advice. At the end of the day, we want to be a helpful resource however we can.

Standing Water is a Breeding Ground Hotspot

While mosquito control treatments will help you begin to tackle an existing mosquito problem (pests that are already living on and around your property), you also want to get to the root cause of why you’re struggling with mosquitoes in the first place. Standing water becomes a site for mosquito breeding as mosquitoes need water to lay their eggs.

Therefore, addressing common spots where water is likely to become stagnant can help you get to the root cause of your problem. These include some of the following.

  • Pool covers
  • Tire swings
  • Buckets or other containers left in the yard
  • Tarps
  • Children’s toys
  • Problematic drainage spots (like low spots in the yard)
  • Clogged gutters

Addressing standing water can help you to have more effective mosquito control.

DIY Mosquito Solutions Are Going to Fall Short

There are so many DIY mosquito solutions out there that we often get a lot of questions about them. The truth is, we have yet to find a DIY mosquito solution that really works. We know these options seem appealing to save money but when it comes to protecting your family we would not rely on them alone.

Some of the DIY solutions include mosquito repellent plants (like lavender and lemongrass), mosquito-repelling candles, and even mosquito traps. But none of these solutions are going to work like targeted applications of effective mosquito control products applied regularly by a professional.

Mosquitoes are More Than a Nuisance

While not exactly a mosquito treatment tip, we want to end by saying that your concerns over mosquitoes are legitimate. Mosquito-borne diseases are a real threat. These include Zika, Dengue, Malaria, and West Nile. In fact, there are at least 43 species of mosquitoes found to carry West Nile in the United States.

It’s worth being diligent about mosquito control so that you can rest assured your family is protected. Even if the mosquitoes on your property aren’t carrying dangerous diseases they are a pest that you shouldn’t have to deal with when you’re trying to enjoy your yard.

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