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Protecting public health in Placer County. 🦟
Overwatering negatively impacts the health of your lawn and creates the perfect standing water sources for mosquitoes to develop in. For more information on overwatering and mosquito development, visit placermosquito.org and pcwa.net
Overwatering your garden causes water run off which can create sources of standing water for mosquitoes to develop in. Avoid overwatering your gardens to help limit mosquito development!
Overwatering potted plants negatively impacts the health of the plants and creates the perfect pools of standing water for mosquito development! Avoid overwatering with these helpful tips.
This month, the Placer County Water Agency and the Placer Mosquito and Vector Control District are teaming up to inform you about how overwatering can cause mosquito development and negatively impact the health of your plants, gardens, and lawns. Stay tuned!
Want to know what insect repellent is best for your child? Visit the CDPH website for more information on repellent and EPA-registered ingredients!🦟
Remember to dump and drain standing water around your home to help prevent mosquito breeding and development!🦟🪣💧
Remember to apply insect repellent with EPA-registered ingredients to protect yourself from mosquito bites!🦟 🙅♀️
Mosquitoes are out and looking for their next victim! Make sure to apply insect repellent with EPA-registered ingredients to protect yourself this summer🦟☀️
Stay safe from mosquito bites this 4th of July by applying insect repellent with EPA-registered ingredients!🇺🇸
Snowmelt mosquitoes come from snowmelt pools that unfreeze as the weather heats up. Remember to protect yourself from mosquito bites this summer!🦟
It’s National Mosquito Control Awareness Week! To find out how to protect yourself and loved ones from West Nile virus this summer, visit placermosquito.org
BREAKING NEWS! The district has detected its first West Nile virus postive mosquitoes and dead bird for the 2023 season! Visit placermosquito.org to learn more.
Help us monitor West Nile virus! Visit westnile.ca.gov/report or call 1-877-968-2473 to report dead birds.
We detected an invasive Aedes aegypti mosquito in Roseville today. For more information, visit placermosquito.org/invasive-aedes-information.
Trap results are in! And the results say … mosquitoes are annoying!
It’s trap run day. Set a mosquito trap with Tyler. What do you think we’re going to find?
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