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    Mosquito mister system?

    Anyone have one of these? We are looking at mistaway but can not find any reviews. Wondering if they work or if its hype.
    ~Andrea

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    Re: Mosquito mister system?

    I have been wondering the same thing so I am following his thread! Our pest control guy mentioned them the other day and I am thinking about getting them.
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    Re: Mosquito mister system?

    I ‘m also interested in some first hand feedback on this.
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    Re: Mosquito mister system?

    I hear they work, but they kill all sorts of things, bees, lizards. The neurotoxins freak me out, personally. Pyrethium is natural yes, but that does not make it safe IMO.

    You will want to hear from someone who has one, not just my random opinion however.
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    Re: Mosquito mister system?

    Im interested too. Mosquitos in Texas are HUGE!
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    Re: Mosquito mister system?

    I've used the Mosquito Barrier from Amazon for about three years.It doesn't kill the mosquitoes it just keeps A majority of them away.The product is made with garlic oil so be warned your yard will smell like garlic for about two days.My yard is about 1/3 of an acre and the gallon has lasted about 3 years and I apply it 2-3 times a year.

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    Re: Mosquito mister system?

    Quote Originally Posted by tinman28 View Post
    I've used the Mosquito Barrier from Amazon for about three years.It doesn't kill the mosquitoes it just keeps A majority of them away.The product is made with garlic oil so be warned your yard will smell like garlic for about two days.My yard is about 1/3 of an acre and the gallon has lasted about 3 years and I apply it 2-3 times a year.
    ha ha ha. sorry find this funny bc i wonder how long that would last in Texas! The mosquito is practically our state bird!

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