The In2Care Mosquito Trap worked so well in 2021 we brought it back for 2022!
Although the mosquito trap is available to everyone, you are receiving the alert FIRST because I believe the trap will be the most beneficial to you. Your property’s layout and landscape best adhere to the criteria I have set forth for optimal recipients.
The In2Care Mosquito Trap uses a two-pronged approach by targeting adult mosquitoes and their larvae. It is discrete and safe. What makes this trap so revolutionary is that the mosquitoes do all the extermination work by transmitting the pesticides themselves.
The trap is approved by the US EPA for professional use and is recommended by the World Health Organization. The device has also succeeded against Malaria in Africa, Dengue in Malaysia, and several Mosquito and Vector Control agencies have adopted it throughout the continental United States.
Explaining the mechanics and science behind the trap can be as simple or complex as one chooses. Those who want a quick, to-the-point description may refer to the visual media above. Individuals that prefer to dive deeper into the due diligence process, I encourage you to read on. Either option should leave you with an understanding of just how remarkable the In2Care Mosquito Trap is. Please scroll all the way down for pricing inquiry.
The In2Care Mosquito Trap is a small, black, pot-shaped device that resembles a planter. It is comprised of four parts: the base, the lid, the floater, and the cap. The trap is filled with 4 to 5 quarts of water, 2 yeast tablets, and a floating gauze landing strip when fully functional. The yeast creates an odor lure for the insects, while the gauze strip is covered in a dual-mode bioactive powder, specifically designed to target the mosquitoes.
The traps’ placement will depend on the layout and landscape of each property. Shady areas with vegetation are optimal locations for the traps. However, sections near the house with a low risk of disturbance will also be considered.
The yeast tablets, when added to the water, create an odor that attracts pregnant mosquitoes. The scent lures them inside the trap, where they land on the gauze floater. While laying its eggs, the mosquito is in contact with the slow-acting larvicide and biological fungus on the floater. The larvicide powder remains on the mosquito’s legs and feet while the fungus gets absorbed into its body.
When finished laying this batch of eggs, the now contaminated mosquito exits the trap in search of another area to lay more eggs. Since mosquitoes only need a teaspoon of water to breed, anything with a small amount of water is susceptible to contamination. During its search, the larvicide on its legs dissolves and contaminates the water. It has now spread the larvicide to each stop made. The mosquito has killed its larvae and all other larvae batches from other mosquitoes by contaminating the entire breeding ground. This cycle is repeated each time the mosquito searches for another location to lay a batch of eggs in.
At the same time, the insect-killing fungus, Beauveria Bassiana, is working simultaneously inside the mosquito. The fungus produces Blast Oise spores that excrete toxins and infect the mosquito. The infection makes the mosquito less active and thus less likely to bite. It also inhibits the development of viruses in the mosquito’s gut. By doing this, a fungus-infected mosquito can still spread larvicide to areas around the trap but cannot transmit any diseases, i.e., Zika, West Nile Virus, Eastern Equine Encephalitis.
Meanwhile, after a few days, the eggs laid in the trap will hatch and become larvae. The larvicide in the water will the larvae just before they are ready to pupate. As a result, none of these larvae will become adult mosquitoes and bite. The same events will occur at each spot a contaminated mosquito landed.
The In2Care Mosquito Trap System is a relatively inexpensive way to get rid of the mosquitoes in your yard. The traps need to be cleaned, reloaded with water, and baited every 30 days. Pricing is determined by the number of required traps (generally proportional to the property’s layout and landscape).
Another critical factor is whether the In2Care System is the property’s primary eradication method or if it is a supplementary method. Customers who do not use our recurring mosquito eradication service will require more traps than customers who do.