The Zika Virus in Florida

Posted in - Irrigation & Mosquito Control

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The Zika virus is primarily spread by the bite of an infected Aedes mosquito. While primarily aggressive during daytime hours, these mosquitoes can also bite in the evening. There is currently no known medication to fight the virus and there is no vaccine. The best preventative measure is to avoid exposure to mosquito bites. These mosquitoes can be found in tropical areas and have been identified in Florida and Texas to date. These mosquitoes can also spread Dengue and Chikungunya.

Management of these mosquitoes can be accomplished through an irrigation mosquito control system. Miller-Morgan utilizes a special blend of natural ingredients dispersed through your irrigation system called Max Noe Squito. This organic product kills and repels biting insects and may be used in both residential and commercial applications that have a current irrigation sprinkler system.

By utilizing the irrigation system, we create an unpleasant outdoor area for mosquitoes and other biting insects. Natural products can minimize the chance of your family contracting a Vector Borne Disease. Our products contain no pyrithrins, are natural and 100% safe.

Our products protect against mosquitoes, fleas, flies, ticks, fire ants and No see-ums.

For a consultation or more information on an organic irrigation mosquito control system, call Miller-Morgan at 259-455-1897.

Protect your family now.

Source: www.cdc.gov/zika