There are over 700 mosquito abatement districts and numerous other government agencies in the United States charged with protecting their communities from threats posed by mosquitoes – including West Nile virus, Zika virus, dengue fever and chikungunya. Managing mosquito populations and fluctuating budgets at the same time can be a tall order for mosquito control professionals.

The Mosquito Action Plan from Central Life Sciences is a valuable resource with expert advice on implementing a successful Integrated Mosquito Management (IMM) program. A comprehensive IMM program consists of four stages, including sampling, source reduction, biological control and product application.

In the final stage, product variation is critical, and it’s important to note that different application sites call for different product formulations. A plan is necessary to ensure uniform treatments across multiple areas in the community.

This free white paper further details other facets of mosquito control including future disease predictions; proven product solutions such as insect growth regulator larvicides, biological microbials and adulticides; and meeting the challenges of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES).

Learn more about implementing an effective Integrated Mosquito Management program, backed by Central Life Sciences.