Battling Mosquitoes

The CDC reports there are more than 470 cases in the continental U.S. all are associated with travel to Zika-affected areas. The warm, rainy, humid weather begins mosquito season in St. Louis. Continue

Zika Virus: What You Need To Know

mosquito biting

You would have to be living in a cave to never have heard of the Zika virus. This dangerous pathogen that is spread by the Aedes aegypti mosquito is cropping up in many places around the globe. To date, there have been no transmissions of Zika within the United States, but we do have many who have contracted this virus in other countries prior to returning home. The CDC believes that it is only a matter of time before the mosquito population here in the U.S. could become infected by feeding on a… Continue

Now Is The Time For Mosquito Prevention & Control

mosquito up close

The weather has been crazy lately in St. Louis and throughout mid-Missouri. From cold weather with snow to warmer weather with rain just a few days later, it seems to constantly swing back and forth this time of year. The weather just can’t seem to make up its mind! While we may still technically be in the winter season, the spring season is just around the corner and the wet weather has left many areas with the perfect conditions for mosquitoes to become an early problem for St. Louis… Continue

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