Family of Four Poisoned By Insecticide in Saint John Resort
The report was on ABC news this afternoon. Has anyone heard about this? Apparently the chemical used was banned from indoor use decades ago. That implies it was used in their rooms.
Here's a thread about it that's been ongoing.
Its all over the news here in the states it was the main and first piece of news on local denver newscast last night. Really sad. Do they spray the streets at night i didnt think mosquitos were too terrible down there?
HAHAHAHHAHAHAH!!! I see more mosquitos on the way to my bathroom than I did my month long stay in AFRICA.
About that PMV lol.
Daily News has been covering it for days:
Fresh blood is absolutely a true thing. Even when I got back from africa I got bit like CRAZY. Now after being back a couple months they've mostly stopped again despite an actual spike in mozzys. There is something to this while I have no clue what it is I've seen it first hand every time I leave and come back so not sure why you say it's a myth.
Unfortunately our house is infested with mozzys - several dozens a day I kill - and we can't figure where they're coming from. Neighbors have no problems. I'm thinking cistern but this house doesn't have a way to bring up a bucket - to check for larva. Just a small place for checking levels. I won't bomb my house either. Tried those electric light traps from HD - did nothing.
It's all good were out in two months - grat landlord HORRIBLE rental. Lesson learned for next time for sure.
Tried those electric light traps from HD - did nothing.
I swear by my Dynatrap - bought it via Amazon. Have it out on the deck and very rarely even see a mossie even though I live in a wet area surrounded by heavy bush. Before getting it I was swamped by them - but also the bats weren't here but after a year's absence they're back and they certainly help a lot. For anybody who's interested, it's easy enough to set up a small bat house on the side of the house or on a tree and once you attract them they gobble up thousands of mossies.
I never had bats around my house before, but now they're swooping around my pool every night. I have nothing against bats, but they're crap all over the pool deck and side of the house.
I've put up some fishing line and that worked for a few days but now they fly between the lines.
Dr. Renata Platenberg at UVI can help if you would like to build or have a structure that houses bats on your property. I have lots of bats in my location and never see evidence of their poop. Very little mosquitos as well and I usually have all doors to decks and courtyard wide open so dogs can come and go, at will.