05/09/13: Mosquitoes are beginning to emerge after almost 7.0 inches of rain last week. Over the next week to ten days, mosquito populations will be well above normal and the district will be spraying subdivisions by truck between 10 pm and 6 am. Flooded woodlands will be sprayed by helicopter. General areas of helicopter spraying will be along and west of US1, south of SR100 between 195 and US1, and west of US1 between Bunnell and Korona. You should avoid the outdoors at dusk and dawn for the next week and use repellants on children at bus stops. Spray schedules will be posted by noon the day before that evenings application .
(+6.0 inches) and flood tides (+1.0 feet) will produce significant mosquito populations over the next few weeks. Initially, next week, the district will be focusing on salt marsh mosquitoes, the following week we
will be controlling floodwater
- 95/US 1 corridor. Truck spraying will occur between 10 pm and 6 am. Aerial applications will occur after midnight in buffer zones around population centers . Scheduled treatments areas are posted on the district web site by noon on the evening prior to spraying.
04/2/13: For the 2013 season the district will be changing the time of its spraying. Instead of from 3 am to 6 am, the district will now go from 10 pm to 2 am. This will allow an additional hour of spray time and better access to southeasterly evening breezes to drift the control products.
01/03/2013: And now we are back for this New Year!.
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