Mosquito Control

Mosquito Control

The primary objective of Midland County Mosquito Control is to reduce the risk of mosquito-borne diseases in Midland County. This goal is accomplished through the systematic and timely application of safe, effective and economical mosquito control techniques.

Modern mosquito control involves integration of a variety of methods to reduce mosquito bites, and can be done in an environmentally acceptable manner through the use of physical methods, personal protection measures, biological controls, and appropriate and judicious application of insecticides.

Mosquito control should involve careful consideration of the biology of the mosquitoes that are causing the nuisance problem or disease threat. In all cases, larval mosquito control should be considered as the first option. This involves location of larval habitats, to reduce their numbers. By dealing with larval mosquitoes, the adults may never become a problem. Adult mosquito control invariably involves the use of insecticides.

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Mosquito Control in the Wolverine State

Carl Doud and Charles Dinsmore of Midland County Mosquito Control along with Bill Stanuszek of Saginaw County Mosquito Abatement Commission have an article in the American Mosquito Control Association's Wing Beats.  Please take a look. 

Mosquito Control in the Wolverine State

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2180 N Meridian Road
Sanford, MI 48657
Ph: (989) 832-8677
Fax: (989) 832-6697

8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monday - Friday

 
Dr. Carl Doud
Director
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