usually a chemical substance used to successfully repel insects that feed on humans (i.e. blood), animals, plants, etc.
Were you ever getting attacked by mosquitoes and thought to yourself: “I wish these mosquitoes couldn’t see me”? New research says that fantasy may some day become a reality. For many years humans have used various sprays or scents to drive away mosquitoes. The Native Americans used tobacco smoke to help drive them away. They […]
The weather in Florida is beautiful in the winter months. Except for the occasional cold spell and dreary rainy day, the sun shines bright and the temperature peaks at 72 degrees in Brevard County. A nice breeze comes by every few minutes to cool things off. Nearly perfect. And with nice weather comes outdoor dining. […]
Its March and temperatures are rising. That means that humidity will be rising as well. Humidity and sun equal lawn bugs and other pests. The list of pests includes ticks, spiders, fire ants, and snakes. It also includes mosquitoes. In this article we will suggest some tips for keeping your lawn clear of pests and […]
There is a common myth that insects die out during cold winter weather. They actually seek out the warmth provided within and around homes. Pest control treatment services are best kept year round. You don’t want to miss a vital treatment that would leave your home vulnerable to an infestation come spring time with warmer […]
Here at Sunstate Pest Management, we specialize in full service integrated mosquito management programs designed to control nuisance and disease vector mosquitoes, while protecting the natural environment. Mosquito control does not have to be expensive or involve widespread spraying. Surveillance is essential because it allows for good decision making, such as, whether there is a […]
It is so much fun getting together with friends and family for a summer BBQ. You’ve got dad at the grill working on the brawts and burgers. You’ve got the kids running around chasing each other and you’ve got the ladies sitting around enjoying each other’s company. But you’ve got a problem! There are flies […]