The West Nile virus has arrived in Fresno County in 2004. The consolidated mosquito area has remained busy ever since.
"Every year, here we are, so although we do monitor, we always collect the mosquitoes from the West Nile virus in this area," said Catherine Ramirez with the consolidated mosquito reduction area.
Employees go to pools and neglected swimming pools and use fish or larvicide to control the mosquito population.
But some infested insects always pass through the shield. with serious viruses  there was a West Nile virus; three had St. Louis Encephalitis.
"We're doing an ultra-low-volume spray in an area where we find infected mosquitoes." We continue to observe to make sure that the mosquito population is reduced, "Ramirez said.
This is preserved in the county of Fresno so far this year.
But their collection of infected Culex mosquitoes has now spread through Fresno, Clovis and Sanger, putting people at risk of infecting with flu-like problems
And the Aedes aegypti mosquito may be even worse.
They can wear chikungunya, yellow fever, dengue fever, and zic, and they are much hungrier than Culex mosquitoes, who can eat blood once every two weeks.
"It's too mosquito with inconvenience, it will bite repeatedly, so many times someone thinks they have a huge mosquito problem because they are perceiving the number of bites," Ramirez says.
mosquito mowing area te with Google's hand for an experiment to reduce Aedes aegypti, pouring sterile male mosquitoes into quarters and this shows positive results.
They say they have found 95% fewer women in these areas, and women are the only mosquito bites.
Bitter are still there, although repellent insects are a necessity, especially in dusk and dawn.
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