My Mosquito Deleter is now available to the consumer; Culex Products Inc. is excited to have this opportunity to make this safe and environmentally friendly product available to you and to help prevent the spread of disease carrying mosquitoes.
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Len K. wrote:
The combination of a very cold winter in S Florida, combined with my Deleters all around the yard has kept our yard and many of our neighbors virtually mosquito free this summer. Spring was enjoyable but you almost just waited until after October to be outside, especially around sun down. Awesome product!.
Delray Beach, FL
Matt M. wrote:
I bought My Mosquito Deleter about mid-summer last year. The product works by interrupting the life-cycle of the mosquito. I literally had water in my traps that was black because of all the rotting mosquito larvae corpses...tens-of-thousands. You have to start when they first emerge in the Spring.
Tim M. wrote:
It really works everyone in the Virgin Islands should have one!
US Virgin Islands
Mike S. wrote:
If you hate mosquitoes this will do the trick!
Betty K. wrote:
It was one of the best things I purchased because it works and I buy it as birthday gifts to my family and friends
Richard W. wrote:
Three reasons why you should buy it:
1. It is inexpensive.
2. It is easy to use.
3. IT WORKS GREAT!
Jim M. wrote:
This is a very effective product and I highly recommend it!
Sam M. wrote:
The mosquitoes were too numerous to count and a real nuisance at our house in College Station, TX. You could not sit outside on the patio for two minutes. I placed My Mosquito Deleters around the house and three weeks later we could sit out on the porch for an hour and not be bothered even once. Amazing! Even when mowing the grass I did not have the normal swarms of mosquitoes. We are very pleased with our Mosquito Deleter and recommended to our friends. Thanks, Sam M.
Darlene B wrote:
To the genius that invented this mosquito deleter. I would like you to know that I was a little skeptical about buying one of your products, but I do live close to a swamp ( do I have to say more)? I would try anything to get some relief . I am very pleased to let you know that your deleter really works. Thank you very much for your invention. Darlene B Your Friend Forever !!!!!
Charlotte F wrote:
What a great product. We are into lots of "natural" foliage with the added flowering plants mixed in. Our yard seems to be the perfect place for mosquitos to breed, especially if you get behind in controlling the undergrowth. We hate to spray but also can not use our yard if we don't. I placed 3 "Mosquito Deleters" in our backyard, positioning in a triangle, placing in locations that would receive some water from the irrigation system (helping to keep the units filled ). I was literally attacked by mosquitos as I placed the units out. This past week (one month later) I ventured out to start pulling weeds in the beds. Not the first mosquito landed on me.....I saw many wigglers in the pots, but no adults flying around....I am anxious to send sets to my children...our grandchildren play outside most of the time....no poisons, no mosquitos. This is a perfect gift, especially for your neighbors. Now if you could come up with a solution (non poisonous) for fire ants....life in Florida would be a whole lot safer.
Miramar Beach, FL
MY MOSQUITO DELETER IS ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE!
NO POISONS NO CHEMICALS...JUST ADD WATER!
FRIENDLY TO HUMANS AND PETS
MMD can control populations of mosquitoes while remaining environmentally friendly, safe for humans and pets, and without the use of any dangerous chemicals and pesticides.
MMD uses a mosquito's natural breeding habits to safely and effectively eliminate mosquito populations without chemicals or harm to humans and pets.
Ninety-five percent (95%) mosquito populations breed using stagnant water. MMD preys on these breeding patterens by allowing mosquitos to lay eggs which will follow a natural downward progession through MMD's patented baffle system. Once in the MMD system, the mosquito larve cannot surface for air and thus drown.
Both male and female mosquitoes are nectar feeders, but the females of many species are also capable of hematophagy (drinking blood). Females do not require blood for their own survival, but they do need supplemental substances such as protein and iron to develop eggs. Prior to and during blood feeding, they inject saliva into the bodies of their source(s) of blood. Female mosquitoes hunt their blood host by detecting carbon dioxide (CO2) and 1-octen-3-ol from a distance.
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