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Mosquito 101

As the weather heats up, so do mosquitoes. Summer is peak season for these threatening pests, whose bites can do more than just itch. Mosquitoes also can transmit diseases like the Zika virus, Chikungunya virus and West Nile virus.

The good news? Everyone can do something to help prevent these pests – and the diseases they carry – from spreading. To help protect your property, employees and guests this summer, implement an Integrated Pest Management program that helps control mosquito populations through facility maintenance, exclusion techniques and landscape modification.

This infographic answers questions about the consequences of mosquito bites, what attracts mosquitoes in the first place and how you can help keep them away.

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