I've seen several articles lately about new more aggressive species of mosquitoes. The Tiger mosquito is one. And it feeds all day long not just at dawn and dust like the local varieties. Warmer weather and milder winters exacerbates the mosquito problem. In 2010 we had ~ 712 cases of W. Nile virus, in 2012 we had over 7,000 because of the much milder winter. <snippet>
As I said; you'd think SPRAYING would be the Answer HOWEVER, the REAL "Ramification" is just that!
"THEY"'re "High-Spraying" this stuff all over the US Now, and you were never consulted, or alerted, about it in order to try taking any sort of precautions. You have no choice in the matter.
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