With the historic rainfall and record-breaking flooding happening in the St. Louis-area, fighting mosquitoes this season may be a challenge for homeowners and businesses alike.
Backyard chickens can be a fun addition to any backyard. Not only are they entertaining, they provide effective tick and mosquito control!
Autumn in St. Louis is here, which means the mosquito season is winding down in the Midwest. However, it’s still important to continue to take action to prevent mosquito breeding grounds through the end of the year.
Summer may be coming to an end in the St. Louis-area, but we’re still busy with camping trips, youth camp sessions, and backyard bbqs. Spending time outdoors means that mosquito safety for your children is still important.
Labor Day weekend usually signals the end of summer, making it a great time to hold an outdoor BBQ! As outdoor experts, we decided to put together some tips and tricks to have a memorable holiday weekend with family and friends – all without too much party-planning stress.
Everyone loves an outdoor BBQ or pool party on the 4th of July in St. Louis, and if you’re hosting a party, you’ll need to think about the outdoor comfort of your guests.
Besides mosquito bites being itchy and bothersome, the bite of an infected female mosquito can spread dengue, chikungunya or Zika viruses. This Summer, it’s increasingly more important to take action in order to say safe from bug bites – especially in the humid Summer months of St. Louis.
Here are some tips you can use to remedy that awful itch using items you already have lying around your house.
With warmer temps upon us, it’s time to think about mosquitoes.
BILL GATES THOUGHT THAT DEADLY MOSQUITOES NEED A “WEEK” TOO! APRIL 28-MAY 4 IS “MOSQUITO WEEK.”