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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

A recipe for mosquito control

Letter to the Editor

I collect rainwater in buckets for my garden. After it rains, I leave it uncovered for three days. During that time, mosquitoes are laying eggs in it and it takes three days for them to hatch. A few days later, when I uncover it, I see several dead baby mosquitoes floating. So, wait three days before covering or dumping it, and you’ll have fewer mosquitoes. Try it, it works.

Tom Piwowarski, ...

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I collect rainwater in buckets for my garden. After it rains, I leave it uncovered for three days. During that time, mosquitoes are laying eggs in it and it takes three days for them to hatch. A few days later, when I uncover it, I see several dead baby mosquitoes floating. So, wait three days before covering or dumping it, and you’ll have fewer mosquitoes. Try it, it works.

Tom Piwowarski,

Nashua