Summer in South Florida means heat, rain and pesky mosquitoes. If you’ve been outside recently, you know the mosquitoes are back in full force which has Miami-Dade mosquito control ready to fight back.
Summer like temperatures along with afternoon rain and thunderstorms are perfect breeding conditions for one of South Florida’s peskiest pests – the mosquito.
While the calendar may say December, our temperatures are in the humid 80s during the day making it feel more summer-like than winter-like. Summer-like heat can bring out summer pests.
Miami-Dade County Health Department officials confirmed Wednesday that a Miami-Dade resident has contracted Dengue Fever.
If you plan to spend your day working or playing outdoors, you may want to apply some bug spray along with the sunscreen.
The Miami-Dade County Health Department has confirmed a human case of West Nile virus.
The frontline of South Florida’s war on mosquitoes is moving to Broward County this weekend.
Residents across parts of Miami-Dade County will be getting buzzed by something other than mosquitoes starting Tuesday evening.
Residents of Coral Springs and Sunrise who have been complaining about all the mosquitoes this year take heart, help is on the way.
Residents of Homestead, Florida City and the Redland areas who have been batting an invasion of nasty blood sucking mosquitoes over the last few weeks take heart, help is on the way in ‘big’ way.