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Zika Virus and Mosquitoes: 5 Things You Need to Know

By: Sprinkler Magician, On: June 9, 2019

Concerns mount about the Zika virus and its connection to devastating birth defects and nervous system disorders, but you can take steps to reduce your risk of transmission. Zika Virus Zika virus is most commonly spread through the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito (Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus). These are the same mosquitoes that can transmit dengue fever, chikungunya and yellow fever. Aedes mosquitoes, which are recognized by their white markings on their … continue reading.

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How to Get Rid of Mosquitoes: 6 Things to Make Your Yard a Bite-Free Zone

By: Sprinkler Magician, On: June 9, 2019

Enjoy your patio, lawn, or garden without worrying about the safety of your children or pets with Mosquito Magician, our natural and nontoxic mosquito repellent. Mosquito Magician is a cutting-edge, natural pest control product that has been laboratory tested and is proven to be extremely effective at both killing and repelling mosquitoes. A Natural Mosquito Repellent At Mosquito Magician, we genuinely wanted to develop the most effective mosquito repellent—bar none. We also strongly felt that … continue reading.

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Protect Your Home This Hurricane Season With Mosquito Magician

By: Sprinkler Magician, On: June 9, 2019

Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have passed, leaving massive amounts of flood water in their wake. This water may seem harmless now that the threat of storm surge has passed. But there is another threat lurking just on the surface of the standing water in your yard, business, or street… Mosquitoes. Many species of mosquitoes lay their eggs on standing water. However, they don’t stop there. Some species of mosquitoes can even breed in the damp … continue reading.

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Mosquito-Borne Diseases: The Basics by Mosquito Magician

By: Sprinkler Magician, On: June 9, 2019

Nearly 1 million people die worldwide from mosquito-borne diseases every year, which makes the tiny mosquito the deadliest creature on the planet. To add a little perspective: 50 people per year are killed by sharks 100 people per year are killed by wolves 1,000 people per year are killed by crocodiles So why are mosquitoes so deadly? Certain species of mosquitoes are vectors—meaning they can transmit disease from one animal or human to another. When … continue reading.

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Mosquito Repellent – Safe and Effective

By: Sprinkler Magician, On: June 9, 2019

Enjoy your patio, lawn, or garden without worrying about the safety of your children or pets with Mosquito Magician, our natural and nontoxic mosquito repellent. Mosquito Magician is a cutting-edge, natural pest control product that has been laboratory tested and is proven to be extremely effective at both killing and repelling mosquitoes. A Natural Mosquito Repellent At Mosquito Magician, we genuinely wanted to develop the most effective mosquito repellent—bar none. We also strongly felt that … continue reading.

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How to Get Rid of Mosquitoes

By: Sprinkler Magician, On: June 9, 2019

If you live in a humid or tropical climate, it’s likely that you’ve spent a fair amount of time trying to figure out how to get rid of mosquitoes. Not only can mosquitoes transmit diseases like Zika, dengue, malaria and chikungunya, but they are also downright annoying! Nothing ruins outdoor fun faster than the buzzing, biting pests. While the market is chock full of mosquito repellents, most of them are laden with chemicals that are … continue reading.

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Are Killing Mosquitoes Killing Your Health?

By: Sprinkler Magician, On: April 24, 2018

Mosquitoes are the deadliest creature on earth.  No, seriously.  Mosquitoes kill more people than any other animal and have throughout all of human history. Malaria, dengue, yellow fever, the Zika virus, and more, they’ve all been transmitted by this tiny, irritating killer. So it’s no wonder that the natural response to all of this senseless spreading of dangerous diseases would result in extreme response measures, such as the use of strong chemicals to fight back. … continue reading.

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To Swat or Not to Swat: Facts About Mosquitoes

By: Sprinkler Magician, On: April 4, 2018

Mosquitoes may be one of the smallest critters on earth, but they are also at the top of the list of most annoying.  Like ticks, spiders and snakes, not many people are fans of theirs. One branch of science, entomologists, study insects.  Fortunately, among entomologists, a few are willing to study those buzzy little blood suckers known as mosquitoes.  In studying them, they’ve learned a few things--facts that can be helpful to the rest of … continue reading.

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What Are Some of the Diseases Caused By Mosquitoes?

By: Sprinkler Magician, On: November 2, 2017

Mosquitoes are Blood-suckers and Disease Carriers Mosquitoes are problematic for reasons beyond their bite. These blood-sucking pests are certainly annoying, especially when you are trying to relax at your home. Yet they also have the potential to spread disease. Mosquitoes transmit diseases between people as well as animals. Such diseases are usually caused by diminutive parasites or viruses. A mosquito that bites an infected individual or an infected animal stands an excellent chance of picking … continue reading.

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What Do Mosquitoes Look Like?

By: Sprinkler Magician, On: October 6, 2017

A Close Look at These Annoying Pests Just Might Prove Quite Interesting When was the last time you took a close look at a mosquito instead of immediately swatting it? Most people have never attempted to examine mosquitoes to see exactly what they look like. If you were to study the aesthetics of mosquitoes, you would find significant differences between them. So, what do mosquitoes look like? There are more than 3,000 different types of … continue reading.

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