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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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