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Creative Ways to Use Lighting in Event Spaces

Creative Ways to Use Lighting in Event Spaces

December 29, 2019

Adding string lights to your outdoor event is a great way to illuminate the area and add something unique to the space. If you use clear or white lights, it will add sophistication and glamor. Colored lights can make the area look extra fun.

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Holiday Light Etiquette

Holiday Light Etiquette

December 16, 2019

You probably already know that hanging your Christmas lights in the middle of July is a no-no, but if you want to avoid being "that neighbor" that everyone talks about when they're not around, MosquitoNix is here to help with a holiday light etiquette guide. We'll walk you through the basics of when and where to hang your holiday lights so all you spread is cheer and not annoyance. 

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How to Enjoy Your Camping Trip While Keeping the Mosquitoes Away

How to Enjoy Your Camping Trip While Keeping the Mosquitoes Away

December 16, 2019

Heading into nature for a camping trip is a great way to spend some quality time with your family and create memories. Camping gets you away from the stresses of everyday life and allows you to unplug. To ensure that you have an enjoying experience while camping outdoors, you need to find a way to keep mosquitoes at bay.

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Holiday Light Inspiration

Holiday Light Inspiration

December 01, 2019

If you're looking for a little holiday lighting inspiration, you've come to the right place. Our Elves have been hard at work and have done a great job decorating homes just like yours for the holiday. Visit MosquitoNix to see some of our completed holiday light designs and find the inspiration you need to make your house the best on the block. 

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How Human Diet Drugs Could Work on Mosquitoes

How Human Diet Drugs Could Work on Mosquitoes

September 18, 2019

How do we stop mosquitoes from sucking our blood, and in some cases, killing us?
A recent scientific study has found diet drugs that humans take to lose weight also worked to curb mosquitoes' appetites.Plenty of tools are available to help prevent mosquito bites. At 
MosquitoNix®, we use different 100% Non-Toxic treatments to satisfy our customers' needs. The Rockefeller University study, though, is a rare attempt at trying to control the mosquitoes' behavior rather than just killing them or keeping them out of a particular area.

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Introducing Our New All-Natural Mosquito Control Solution

Introducing Our New All-Natural Mosquito Control Solution

August 07, 2019

MosquitoNix® is excited to announce the launch of our newest mosquito control solution featuring 100% natural, non-toxic ingredients. This revolutionary new product offers the benefits of an effective insect repellent while providing a safe place for your family and pets to play. Available in both our misting systems and our fogging treatments, this all-new, completely sustainable solution introduces an eco-friendly way to keep your yard free from mosquitoes, flies, ticks and other flying insect pests. Learn more about how we're creating a better way to make your outdoor spaces more enjoyable while protecting the environment.

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Why Buy the On-The-Go Product? Features and Benefits

Why Buy the On-The-Go Product? Features and Benefits

August 05, 2019

If you've ever hosted an outdoor party or gone on a camping trip only to be chased indoors because of the bugs or driven to apply messy sprays or creams, you should check out the MosquitoNix® On-The-Go Dispenser (formerly Skeeter Defeater). Brought to you by the national leader in mosquito control, with more than 15 years of experience creating effective mosquito control solutions, the On-The-Go Dispenser is an affordable, do-it-yourself method for keeping mosquitoes at bay.

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The Anatomy of the Mosquito

The Anatomy of the Mosquito

August 02, 2019

Mosquitoes don't need blood to survive; rather, they get plenty of nourishment from nectars and other plant sugars. Only females drink blood. They do so to stock up on protein to make eggs. During her lifespan, a female mosquito may create hundreds of eggs.

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Why Texas is More at Risk for Mosquitoes and their Diseases

Why Texas is More at Risk for Mosquitoes and their Diseases

August 01, 2019

There are four main mosquito-borne diseases to consider. West Nile virus is the most common, and typically presents with non-life-threatening symptoms like headaches, fever, joint pain and skin rashes, with a small percentage of cases developing into fatal illnesses.

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What time of day are mosquitos most active

What time of day are mosquitos most active

July 17, 2019

For thousands of years, mosquitoes have spread malaria, dengue fever and yellow fever. In fact, half of human deaths throughout recorded human history have been caused by malaria. It is because of this that finding out when mosquitoes are most active is a crucial element to staying protected during the summer months.

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Mosquito Assassin Bugs Show Promise in Texas

Mosquito Assassin Bugs Show Promise in Texas

June 10, 2019

Probably the last thing in the world that residents of the Houston, Texas, area would like are more bugs. Harris County already has one of the worst mosquito problems in the nation. The warm, humid climate is a prime breeding ground for the dangerous insects, and it’s been made worse recently by weather that’s even warmer and wetter than usual.

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How Mosquitoes Use Sweat to Track Humans – MosquitoNix

How Mosquitoes Use Sweat to Track Humans – MosquitoNix

May 29, 2019

For years, has been widely understood that the carbon dioxide in our breath attracts mosquitoes like moths to a flame. Every time we exhale, we release carbon dioxide into the air; mosquitoes can smell it from over 30 feet away. The frequency of our exhalation and the amount of carbon dioxide we emit depends on the individual, our activity level and our chemical makeup.

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