How do you get rid of mosquitoes in house plants?
Go to a nursery for instructions (they have liquid solutions or sprays). Get some potting soil (the amount you will need.) Take the plant outside and gently remove it from the pot. Lay the root ball on plastic bag, clean out the pot (well away from your plant) with a solution of bleach and warm water and scrub! Follow the directions of what the nursery expert told you. Then spray OUTSIDE the leaves and flowers of your plant. It's advisable that if you have any other plants in the house that you also repeat the same action. DO NOT have children or pets in the area you are working and when you are finished hose down EVERYTHING that the bleach, and any solutions or sprays the expert at the nursery gave you.
Barriers, repellents, sanitation, and treatments are ways to rid a house of mosquitoes. Mosquitoes enter houses whose repair schedules for cracks, crevices, screens, and thresholds are not maintained. They will be drawn to clutter for shelter and food and water for sustenance unless entry points are eliminated, garbage is kept covered and regularly removed, litter is picked up, and repellents and sprays such as lemon-, soap-, and vinegar-based controls are employed.
I think mosquitoes laid eggs in my pool and shock treatment won't kill them. What can I do to get rid of them?
Which country did recently discovered a gas that could get rid mosquitoes by making impossible to sniff out humanblood?
US scientists from the University of California on 1 June 2011 developed a gas that can get rid of mosquitoes. The Scientists created three classes of odour molecules that swamp the mosquitoes' senses and as a result it becomes impossible for the mosquitoes to sniff out human blood. The chemicals used by scientists bamboozled the tiny censors helping the mosquitoes to trace CO2 (Carbon Di-oxide) in the air.