Broward Attacks Mosquitoes With Naled A new round of mosquito spraying took off in parts of Broward County Friday morning and will continue Saturday as well.
Broward To Spray For Mosquitoes With Naled This WeekendBroward County Mosquito Control is scheduled to spray Naled this weekend in parts of the County to control the mosquito population.
To Help Reduce Mosquito Population, Scientists Are Unleashing 20 Million Of ThemWhile it may sound counter-intuitive, the scientists' plan will hopefully reduce the number of disease-carrying mosquitos, according to NPR's report.
Dade, Broward Spray For Black Salt Marsh MosquitoesIn response to numerous calls and high counts in traps, Miami-Dade conducted another overnight spraying for pesky mosquitoes.
Dade To Spray For Mosquitoes Thursday NightDue to all the recent rain, Miami-Dade has seen an increase in mosquitoes in several sections of the county.
Four Things to Consider for Summer Camp Mosquito SafetyA little bit of prevention and preparation will keep children safe from mosquitoes and ensure they are happy campers.
Mosquito Samples Test Zika FreeSo far, so good. No mosquito samples tested so far this year have the Zika virus, according to State agricultures officials.
Community Workshop On Fighting Mosquitoes, ZikaWith Summer and our traditional 'rainy season' just around the corner, community leaders are working together to figure out the best way in controlling Miami-Dade's mosquito population to stem another outbreak of the Zika virus.
Capitol Hill Buzz: Mosquitoes On The House FloorBlamed for dozens of cases of the Zika virus, most people are trying to avoid Florida mosquitoes.
DOH: 3 More Locally Acquired Zika Cases, 2 Outside Zika ZoneThree more locally acquired cases of the Zika virus have been reported, two of which were believed to have been acquired outside the Zika zone.
"Drain & Cover" To Help Control Mosquito Numbers"Drain & Cover" To Control Mosquito Numbers
Florida Has Only Half Of Mosquito Traps Due To Backlog Florida has less than half of the special traps that will be part of the frontline for detecting the Zika virus in mosquitoes because of a backlog.

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