Midge and Mosquito Control
Non-biting midges, while a natural part of the aquatic food chain, can negatively affect our outdoor activities. Often confused with mosquitos, midges look similar to mosquitos but do not bite. Typically they emerge as adults from ponds and lagoons in massive numbers, resting in shoreline vegetation and grass. At night they can flock to outdoor lighting resulting in messy decks and porches. Reducing midge populations improves outdoor experiences and eliminates daily cleanup of outdoor living areas. Routine treatments of your pond or lagoon system is necessary to provide long-term control. While mosquitos are typically controlled well in pond environments by fish populations, midge treatments will reduce mosquito abundance in your pond or lagoon system as well.
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