hates these pesky pests just as much as you do. When it comes to mosquito control in Greensboro, NC, it’s important to know what you’re dealing with. If you find yourself wondering why they’re even around if all they do is carry diseases, then read the following article to understand their role in the environment.

How Do They Work?

For many human beings, the existence of some things just doesn’t make sense. One of those things is mosquitoes. Female mosquitoes spread the deadly diseases. Nature wants its living beings to survive and reproduce. Male Mosquitoes don’t bite or need to, the female mosquito needs a blood meal so she can lay eggs. Pathogens and parasites, such as the Plasmodium parasite that causes malaria, need to find hosts to live, grow and reproduce in turn. Male mosquitoes just pollinate flowers as well as get female mosquitoes pregnant. Dragonflies, beautiful and harmless to humans, love to eat mosquitoes. This is the “point” of mosquitoes.

Why Mosquito Control is Necessary

Mosquitoes have been around for 100 million years, much longer than the humans who loathe them. Whatever nature has sent them here to do, they do it very well indeed. Humans have decided that some mosquitoes are simply too dangerous to live with, and some kind of mosquito control needs to be brought to bear. Indeed, there are some people who want to wipe mosquitoes out altogether. Would the earth miss them? Would the lacuna left in the ecosystem be too large to fill? The answer is probably “no.” Most species go extinct after time anyway, and the niches they leave are soon enough filled with other species. Hopefully, when the mosquitoes go they’ll be replaced with a creature a bit more benign when it comes to human beings.

Want to Get Started?

We at can’t guarantee that we’ll extirpate every mosquito in your town! On the other hand, we can promise that when our mosquito control professionals visit your home they’ll be clean, courteous and up-to-date on the latest eradication technologies. Contact us at our website or call (336) 203-9625.

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