Tag: Mosquitoes

Everything That Attracts Mosquitoes In Burke

Everything That Attracts Mosquitoes In Burke

Imagine, if you will, a time when mosquitoes were simply prehistoric pests, not the modern-day nemesis they've become in Burke. These buzzing adversaries aren't just drawn to the community randomly; they're attracted by specific factors. You've got Burke's unique geographical location, its climate, and certain lifestyle habits to consider. Not to mention, the local flora […]

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4 Maryland Pests to Watch for This Summer

4 Maryland Pests to Watch for This Summer

What Are the Top Maryland Pests This Summer? Maryland summers are supposed to be about going to the beach, baseball games, swimming, crabcakes, hiking, boating on the Chesapeake, and fun! But Maryland pests can ruin your time outside. Getting stung, bitten, or just harassed can ruin a picnic and your time outside. Pest control in […]

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Why Mosquitoes Are Attracted to YOU!

Why Mosquitoes Are Attracted to YOU!

Have you ever wondered why certain yards have a lot of mosquitos and others don't? Or why mosquitoes are attracted to you? While some people seem to be mosquito magnets, others are simply ignored by mosquitoes. There are several major reasons why some homes and people attract mosquitoes, and what you can do to minimize […]

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How to Reduce Mosquito Bites in Burke This Summer

How to Reduce Mosquito Bites Summer is the peak season for spending time outside in Burke and across Northern Virginia and Maryland. It’s also peak season for mosquitoes and mosquito-borne diseases. So, it’s no wonder that many homeowners and parents are looking for ways to reduce mosquito bites. The National Pest Management Association and entomologists […]

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West Nile Virus Found in Maryland

The first official case of West Nile Virus of 2018 has been detected in Maryland. Maryland officials found West Nile in mosquitoes tested in the Riverdale Park area of Prince George's County. While the sample that tested positive was taken on July 11, mosquito problems across the Washington, D.C. region have exploded due to recent […]

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