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    Is There Anything At All Beneficial About Mosquitoes? Mosquitoes are annoying pests at the least and disease-carrying vermin at the very worst. Why do they propagate? What earthly purpose could they possibly serve? Scientists say that mosquitoes actually make up an important part of the ecosystem. In the arctic, migrating birds eat them to survive. Fish eat mosquito larvae, and some species of lizards and reptiles use them as food, […]

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    After a rather dry summer, the Alamo City had a particularly soggy September, with even more rain in the forecast. That means mosquitoes will remain active throughout the coming weeks. In fact, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) says that erratic weather patterns and record-breaking rainfall are expected to cause an increase in pest pressure across the continental U.S. this fall and winter. As you know, not only are mosquitoes […]

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    The proven mosquito control methods employed by MosquitoNix of San Antonio allow you to enjoy your home and yard in safety and comfort. If you’ve got an outdoor event coming up and need to have your yard de-bugged right away, we offer the three-step QuickNix treatment program, which immediately takes care of the problem. For a permanent solution, we also provide a custom-built misting system that has been acclaimed by […]

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    The summer is officially behind us, and we know what everyone is thinking…no more worrying about mosquitoes for the rest of the year! We wish that were true, but given the climate in central Texas, we still have to take precautions. As such, we thought this was a nice time to take a look at what is going on in mosquito news here, and around the country. Please contact us […]

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    There is a State Farm commercial we like from a few years ago, where a rather homely gentleman has a date with an attractive young lady, partly because he’s a French model. She believes that you can’t put anything on the internet that isn’t true. In our industry we run into this as well, and an article from earlier this month really caught our eye. We thought we’d take some […]

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    Texas has experienced a very mild winter this year, which means that Spring started in early February, and Mosquito Season (technically, not a real season, but it should be) has started earlier than we are used to. Because of this, we wanted to provide a roundup of the Top 5 articles about mosquitos this month. Texas Health Officials Say We’re Still ‘Quite Vulnerable’ to Zika This Mosquito Season Some locally […]

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    Every year the cycle is the same. The weather warms up, we get some rain. The grass turns greener, and kids begin to play outside. They run around with friends, they ride bikes…they fall off of those same bikes and get some well earned cuts and bruises. And they get bitten by mosquitos. Then we turn on the news. We see the same or similar stories like, “Human Case of […]

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    Winter is a time when many animals, insects and pests stop being active or noticeable and find a place to spend the colder months. This is true especially in moderate climates where there are four actual seasons and winters that are very cold with freezing temperatures, ice and snow. And a common question we here is where do mosquitoes go in the winter? How many of you have seen a mosquito […]

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    The weather is finally turning cooler, and many people find their attention turning to the holidays. With Halloween just around the corner, we thought it worth taking a few moments of your time to tell you a little about this year’s most talked about mosquito-borne illness. Every year, it seems that a new illness makes all of the news, usually getting more attention than its impact deserves. This year, the […]

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