Don’t let things get foggy; Nature’s Way Resources has a harmless solid mosquito repellent

By: Sean K. Thompson
| Published 03/27/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX – In some stinging news that might feel like the blood’s been drained from your veins, mosquito season is right around the corner for Woodlands area residents. In this part of Texas, the season lasts from May through October.

While Precinct 3 mosquito abatement crews will be hard at work spraying repellent fog throughout the entire season, you can get an early start in mitigating the bloodsucking.

Nature’s Way Resources prides itself on its organically based products and services. In particular, they daily provide products that are safe for us, our children, beloved pets, and plants.

One product on hand at Nature’s Way is designed to safely lessen and remove your seasonal mosquito problem. Mosquito Dunks resemble small, beige donuts, and they kill mosquitoes before they are old enough to bite. As a Dunk is placed in water and slowly dissolves, it releases a bacterium which is toxic to all species of mosquito larvae. Each dunk covers up to 100 square feet of water, regardless of depth, for 30 days or more. Users just need to float an organic Mosquito Dunk in any standing water including rain barrels, bird baths, tree holes, elevator shafts, planter reservoirs, rain gutters, or standing water.

This product is approved for use in organic production; Mosquito Dunks won’t harm people, pets, fish, birds or other wildlife; a perfect product for those who are off the usual mosquito abatement fogging routes or who don’t wish an atmosphere-based solution. Mosquitos pose a strong threat against many who could be exposed to West Nile virus. They need standing water to reproduce and they can use something as small as a bottle cap. Most local mosquito species don’t fly farther than a few hundred feet away from where they hatch, so the majority of mosquitoes found in the yard are locally-grown.

Nature’s Way Resources is located at 101 Sherbrook Circle in Conroe, just on the east side of I-45 near FM 1477.

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