Mosquito Fact:

According to the World Health Organization, there are 300 to 500 million clinical cases of malaria each year, resulting in 1.5 to 2.7 million deaths.

 

 

 

 

 

THE PROBLEM
Mosquitoes and other biting insects keep you and your family from enjoying the outdoors.  Since the introduction of West Nile Encephalitis, the once simply annoying mosquito has become a serious health threat.  Until now, messy sprays, smelly candles or propane devices that actually attract mosquitoes were your only line of defense - and you usually end up having to go inside anyway. Until now...

Since the introduction of West Nile Encephalitis into the US, there have been 3,829 humans infected with the virus, of which 225 cases have been fatal.  BuzzFREE Mosquito Control automatically attacks the problem before it attacks you.

Our system automatically mists an EPA-registered Pyrethrum solution around the perimeter of your home or any chosen area at predetermined intervals.  This solution controls mosquitoes and other biting insects guaranteed or your money back.  Pyrethrum is a biodegradable, water-based concentrate derived from Chrysanthemum flowers.

THE MOST COMMON PROBLEM?

Mosquito: There are over 2500 different species of mosquitoes throughout the world with about 200 species occurring in the United States.  Mosquitoes cause more human suffering than any other organism, with over one million people dying from mosquito-borne diseases every year.  Only female mosquitoes attack and during a single bite, the average mosquito drinks roughly 5-millionths of a liter of blood.  A mosquito can smell her human prey from 60 to 140 feet away.  Mosquitoes not only carry diseases that afflict humans, but they also transmit several diseases to dogs and horses.  Mosquitoes are capable of transmitting diseases such as malaria, yellow fever, dengue, filariasis, St. Louis encephalitis, Western Equine encephalitis, LaCrosse encephalitis, Japanese encephalitis and Eastern Equine encephalitis.

 

  

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