Mosquito Dunks and Bits
Mosquito Dunks (and bits) are BTI based mosquito larvae killers. The mosquito dunks offer a long term solution and the mosquito bits are designed for those times when you get caught off guard and have to do some catch-up work.
When you find 1 mosquito you can be sure that you'll find thousands, as they typically tend not to travel further than a mile from where they hatched.
They easily spread disease like West Nile Virus, Encephalitis, Malaria, and even Heartworms to your beloved pets.
1 female can lay up to 1,000 to 3,000 eggs in a lifetime, which is typically only within a 1 to 2 week period.
That's a lot of mosquitoes, but the population can be drastically reduced with very little effort by targeting breeding sites with Bacillus thuringiensis (BTI), killing mosquitoes before they are
old enough to bite, disrupting the breeding cycle, and reducing the population.
- Mosquito Dunks
Is a residual, long term method of mosquito control. Releases effective levels of BTI for 30 days. Each floating dunk covers 100 sq. ft., releasing the active material along the surface where it gradually settles
and is deadly to the mosquito larvae when consumed.
Use these dunks wherever there is stagnant or standing water where mosquitoes breed
- Mosquito Bits
Provides a "Quick Kill" within 24 hours and remain effective for up to 14 days. Kills mosquito larvae and fungus gnats. The Granular formula provides
access to water sources that are especially tight such as dense weeds. Use Mosquito Dunks instead for long term control.
- Flood Areas
- Tree Holes
- Unused Swimming Pools
- Flower Pots
- Bird Baths
- Roof Gutters
- Rain Barrels
- Roof Gutters
- Old Tires
- Animal Watering Troughs
- Elevator Shafts
- Basements that flood
- Sump Pumps
- Draining areas within buildings
- Water Tanks (use with a filter)
BTI, the active ingredient in Mosquito Dunks and Bits, is a larvicide, and a natural & biological method of mosquito control. It
targets mosquito larvae but SAFE for:
- Fish Habitats
- The Environment
Find out more about BTI