Mosquito swarms can put a damper on any outdoor activity. They are annoying and potentially deadly.
If you want to protect your family and be able to enjoy the outdoors, you should consider spraying your yard for mosquitoes with an all-natural repellent.
In this post, we will discuss how often to spray your yard for mosquitoes, when you should spray, and the benefits.
How Often to Spray Your Yard for Mosquitoes
How often you should spray your yard for mosquitoes depends on the type of pest control you’re using. It’s usually recommended to spray every two to four weeks.
The frequency you need to spray for mosquitoes also depends on:
- The weather in your area
- How many mosquitoes you’re trying to get rid of
- The application method.
For example, if you live in Florida, where it rains almost every afternoon in the summer, you might need to treat your yard more frequently.
Spraying for Mosquitoes With An All-Natural Repellent
If you’re using an all-natural mosquito repellent to keep mosquitoes away, you’ll probably have to spray more often. With natural mosquito repellents, it’s best to spray every two weeks.
For example, our natural mosquito repellent concentrate is most effective when you spray your yard every two weeks.
There are multiple ways to use Mosquito Magician in your yard. You can use a hose attachment, a pump sprayer, or integrate it into your sprinkler system with our reservoir machine.
It’s important to spray frequently because mosquitoes reproduce quickly, and our product can kill them in every stage of their life cycle.
The Best Time to Spray Your Yard for Mosquitoes
While spraying your yard at any time is better than nothing, there are times when it will be more effective.
Best Time of Day to Spray for Mosquitoes
The most beneficial time of day to spray for mosquitoes is when they are most active – dawn and dusk.
Avoid spraying right before it rains, while it’s raining, and just after it rained. It will dilute the solution and prevent it from working to its full potential.
Best Time of Year to Spray for Mosquitoes
You should start spraying your yard for mosquitoes just before mosquito season starts.
This varies depending on your local climate. Mosquito season begins when temperatures are consistently 50℉ or below.
Spraying early deters mosquitoes and will limit the number of eggs they will lay on your property. It’s also beneficial because keeping mosquitoes away from your family and pets as much as possible reduces the chances they will contract diseases and parasites.
Why Should You Spray Your Yard for Mosquitoes?
You should spray your yard for mosquitoes to protect your loved ones.
Mosquitoes can transmit many deadly diseases and parasites to people and animals. They kill hundreds of thousands of people each year by spreading the West Nile virus, Dengue, and Zika virus.
They are also responsible for infecting about 100,000 dogs with heartworms each year. Mosquitoes are actually the only way dogs can get heartworms.