Fortunately for us, mosquitoes are cold-blooded creatures and can’t tolerate the cold temperatures of winter. We’ve put together a guide to overwintering mosquitoes here in Texas.
Nobody like mosquitoes. They ruin outdoor events, find their way into our homes, and their bites are itchy and unsightly. But, Mosquitoes aren’t just annoying, they’re deadly too. Mosquitoes are the most deadly animals on earth and they have been for a very long time. Mosquito borne diseases like malaria, dengue, and west nile virus…
In Texas, we are blessed with great weather pretty much year-round. That means our outdoor spaces get a lot of use and it also means that we have to share that space with bloodthirsty mosquitos. Here in Fort Worth, we have one of the longest mosquito seasons in the country.
Going for the bug spray when you hear that buzzing of the first mosquito of the night is easy, but that ease comes at a cost. Not only do the sprays leave a residue on your skin, but they also smell pretty awful, and definitely don’t get any in your eye! If this doesn’t sound appealing to you, then you’re in luck. Natural pest control is pretty easy and very cool.