Lee County Mosquito Management District (LCMCD) is a bunch of bag zappers who’re on a mission to avoid wasting the individuals of Florida from mozzies and the illnesses they carry with them.
Not too long ago, when the pest-control company confirmed the outcomes of their two-year pest-control challenge in Lee County, individuals have been left petrified.
The pictures shared on-line present a whole bucket full of useless mosquitoes, whereas one other confirmed a mound of useless mosquitoes laid out on a desk.
The pictures have been shared on the official Twitter account of Lee County Mosquito Management with the caption: “Ever marvel what 1 million mosquitoes seems like?? Take a look at the outcomes of an LCMCD trapping challenge that occurred in a single part of 1 neighborhood on Sanibel Island over the summer time of 2021.”
Govt Director David Hoel stated the pest management company did their work at salt marsh and wetlands which are a few of the most ‘prolific breeding habitats’ on our planet.
“Lee County’s many acres of salt marsh and different wetlands are a few of the most prolific mosquito breeding habitats on earth,” stated Govt Director, David Hoel.
“In an effort to present a snug out of doors setting for Lee County residents and scale back the specter of illnesses posed by mosquitoes, the District regularly displays these habitats and endeavors to manage mosquitoes within the aquatic immature levels earlier than they grow to be flying and biting grownup mosquitoes,” he added.
The tweet has now collected over 640 likes and 122 quote tweets.
Answering a question, Lee County stated the work was a 2-year research to see if trapping can work for controlling mosquitoes.
“The research is a 2-year challenge to see if trapping is sweet for extra than simply analysis and if it will possibly work for controlling mosquitoes. There’s a little little bit of a odor, however not dangerous and so they weighed in at 1.2 lbs,” they wrote.