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Tips for a Mosquito-Free Fall

It’s common to think that mosquitoes go into some form of hibernation as soon as the autumn season hits.  It is true that mosquitoes are cold blooded and once temperatures are consistently below 50 degrees, they do shut down for the winter.   Until then, though, you may still see some mosquitoes but they won’t be as plentiful or as active as during the summer months.  Mosquitoes will still bite throughout early autumn, however, so it’s important not to ignore them when the leaves turn orange. With fall upon us, here are some tips to keep you and your home… Read more »