Mosquitoes are classified as Diptera, the same as genuine flies. As a result, they only have one pair of wings. They have long, narrow legs and a head with a large proboscis. The wings and bodies of mosquitoes are frequently covered in microscopic scales. Adult sizes might range between 3 to 9 mm.
Method of Treatment
Mosquito management is typically an integrated effort that includes source reduction as well as the use of chemical control solutions as needed. Because mosquitoes breed in water, source reduction focuses on reducing and eliminating water sources that are conducive to mosquito breeding. While source reduction is the more successful long-term approach to mosquito control, the mosquito treatment plan may necessitate the use of chemical solutions in addition to source reduction.
Thermal or Cold Fogging treatment will be applied to the building units’ surroundings.
Residual spraying will be used to treat mosquito breeding sites in bodies of water using Insect Growth Regulators. Furthermore, all drains will be treated with pesticides.
We will use pesticides that have been certified by the CIB for use in food establishments and living accommodations such as hotels, hospitals, restaurants, and households, among other places.
The pesticides adopted will be pyrethrin-based, and our treatment technique will have no adverse effects.