⭐Eliminate Standing Water in Containers
– Mosquitoes breed in standing water, so it’s important to limit these sites. Dump out water that collects in flower pots. toys, tires. tarps. trays and gutters. Also. regularly change the water in birdbaths and fountains.
⭐Fill in Ruts and Puddles
– Low-lying areas in your yard can collect water, too. Add rocks and topsoil to the puddles and ruts in your yard that collect water. Remember that areas of a property that get heavy use are most likely to develop these water-collecting depressions.
⭐Place Screens Over Rain Barrels
– Mosquitoes may also breed inside of rain barrels that are not properly covered. A screen fastened over a rain barrel will block their access while serving as a debris filter.
⭐Circulate Pond/Pool Water
– Another potential breeding site for mosquitoes is your ornamental pond or swimming pool. Be sure to keep circulating these waters at least once a day for several hours. Also, remove pool covers regularly to eliminate standing water.
⭐Trim Tall Grasses
– Tallgrass and thick vegetation provides • protective cover for mosquitoes during the heat of the day. By eliminating these mosquito-friendly plants from your yard, you can make mosquitoes fly farther for this protection.
⭐Add Mosquito-Repelling Plants
– Add the plants to your yard that mosquitoes hate, including Lemon Balm. Catnip. Basil and Lavender. These aren’t complicated plants. either. After planting. they pretty much take care of themselves.
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