resistance to pesticides
Coby McConnell, owner and president of Coby’s Tentless Termite and Pest Control is troubled by recent reports about mosquitoes becoming resistant to common insecticides. “That just doesn’t happen that way,” he says.
Mosquitoes’ resistance to insecticides in Pinellas County might occur when frequent street- spraying of massive quantities of insecticides over a large area affects great numbers of mosquitoes. A few may become resistant and breed, but it takes quite a bit of time for this to happen.
Coby knows that the key to protecting yourself and your family is by treating your entire home and landscape with the best insecticides available for the task. By doing so, you stand a much greater chance at fending off these blood-sucking insects, that have the potential of spreading the Zika virus and other diseases, as well.
Choose to exterminate mosquitoes and their larvae thoroughly, the right way the first time. The professionals at Coby’s Tentless Termite and Pest Control treat all zones in and around your home: the interior and exterior of the residential structure, all shrubs and the entire lawn. Also, by using growth regulators that break the cycle of mosquitoes, there is no threat of mosquitoes developing resistance to insecticides when safely and properly administered.
If you’ve got a problem with mosquitoes, or any other pest…or simply a question…call Coby’s Tentless Termite and Pest Control today at 727.462.0400 and ask for Coby. He’ll be happy to speak with you anytime!
PS: And remember what Coby says… “As long as God keep’s makin’em, we’ll keep killin’em!”
PSS: Don’t forget to ask about Coby’s FREE 58-Point Pest Analysis of your home or office!