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Fogging
Mosquito control in open area can be very difficult but must be attempted to not only get rid our homes and business of annoying bites but also to stop the spread of certain mosquito borne health problems. This method of controlling mosquitoes, flies and other such pests is temporary but is indeed necessary in many instances. A fogger produces a thick pesticide fog or smoke by heating the fogging solution. It produces a nice insect fog that is directed to areas where it would like to kill mosquitoes, and other biting pests.

During the fogging, flying mosquitoes within the treated area are killed. Although the local mosquito population is reduced for a few days, fogging does not prevent mosquitoes from re-entering the area.