Apart from killing them one by one when they land on you, here's a better idea:
Give them a medium such as a water supply in which to reproduce. When the eggs hatch, pour the water out.
I also use a spray bottle filled with about 25% soap solution with water to kill the adults. It makes their wings stick to their bodies and makes them unable to fly.
That's all i could think of and i hope this helps you
spray with flyspray or just swat them to kill them
There many ways to kill mosquitoesbut source destruct is the most easiest way
if you are allergic to mosquitoes
No, vinegar will not actually kill mosquitoes. However, it will keep mosquitoes away. This is because mosquitoes are not attracted to the vinegar smell, therefore, they are deterred.
Yes. Dragonflies eat mosquitoes.
will bleach kill mosquitoes? and do they breed in ivy? i have tons of mosquitoes outside near lots of ivy. i can't let my children play in our yard because of the abundance of mosquitoes. can i put bleach in a garden sprayer and connect to hose and spray all the ivy area down to kill mosquitoes?
The best way to defend yourself from mosquitoes is to use a spray or cream that has DEET.
The frost would kill mosquitoes if they were out in the frost. However, mosquitoes hibernate before the first frost hits.
No, moth balls do not kill mosquitoes. Some people claim they repel them, though, others claim this is not so.
Yes, chlorine will kill almost anything.
Yes, mosquitoes have wings. that is their way of transportation.
It may sound crazy, but salt really is the best way to kill slugs. Or there is slug spray to repel and kill them.
Cintronella candles or a metered dispenser with flying insect spray.
no it repels ticks. it does not kill ticks just like it does not kill mosquitoes.
yea if they have malairia
so how do I find where she was from or about her?
Lemongrass contains geranyl phosphate, geranyl pyrophosphate, geranylgeranyl pyrophosphate, nerol, geraniol, and rhodinol that can help kill mosquitoes.
Kerosene is not the only thing that will kill mosquitoes, but it has been shown to be effective. On the downside, it carries with it health and fire risks.