:) This model of fogger
:) is a handheld unit so I can get as close to the vegetation as possible
:) before fogging. I do not want anything TOO residual as I want it gone by
:) next spring -- the whole goal is just to put a dent in the current
:) population so we can at least step out the door without finding ourselves
:) under attack.
The fogger probably would work best in treating the
growth your are describing, though most general
insecticides you might try will only give days to maybe
a few weeks effectiveness. The problem with populations
away from breeding sources is that each night a new
"batch" will appear and get into the shady areas at dawn
waiting night again. The one benefit with a residual is
it helps stop the numbers you begin with each day.
Permethrin may have more of an repellency effect than
resmethrin, but the residual will be even less, so I
guess they will be about the same effectiveness.
Lar. (to e-mail, get rid of the BUGS!!
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