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Tuesday, May 1st 2012, 8:45am

by GatorGuy

Not really designed for that. Just kills.

Monday, April 30th 2012, 6:50pm

by Central Irrigation

The product states that it kills insects. Does it also work as a repellent?

Monday, April 30th 2012, 10:16am

by GatorGuy

We sell a steady number but more importantly we sell a regular amount of refills. I'll take that as a positive that it does work. The main thing we like about this system is it goes wherever your system does, as opposed to mist systems, which generally don't cover the front yard.
Plus the droplets are larger, meaning they aren't easily blown away by the breeze.

One thing to be aware of with anything trying to control mosquitoes: look at your neighbor.
If you are in a residential area and people keep their property in good shape then you should see good results.
If you back up on a marshland there is nothing to stop the mosquitoes from flying in for lunch.

Sunday, April 29th 2012, 3:21pm

by Central Irrigation

Skeeter B Gone

Curious to know if anyone has any working knowledge of the Skeeter B Gone product. Most curious about if the chemicals actually work. Minnesota breeds these buggers big and plentiful and would be a huge selling point, if it actually worked.