Mosquito Season in the USA

Below is a map of mosquito season in the United States. Mosquitoes are responsible for thousands of deaths around the world through the transmission of diseases like Malaria, Dengue Fever and Yellow Fever (and many more). Thankfully these diseases have largely been eradicated in the US. Though many of the deadliest diseases are not common in America, West Nile Virus, Zika Virus and other dangerous diseases are still spread by mosquitoes.

Regardless of whether they are spreading disease, mosquitoes are extremely irritating and can completely ruin your time outdoors in the spring and summer.

Donaldson Farms has developed several products to help you naturally and safely fight against mosquitoes without the use of dangerous pesticides. Be sure to check out our Bat Attractant, Mosquito Eliminators and Octenol Free Bug Zapper Attractant to help keep your outdoor space free of mosquitoes and other irritating pests!

Mosquito Season Map

In many parts of the US, mosquito season can last nearly year roud.

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Donaldson Farms Mosquito Eliminator kits provide multiple scents to lure and kill mosquitoes without the use of dangerous pesticides.

Bug Zapper 2

Donaldson Farms Bug Zapper Attractant helps improve the performance of your bug zapper without the use of Octenol chemical tablets.

Bat Attractant Sprayed

Donaldson Farms Original Bat House Attractant helps increase the chance of bats moving into your bat house! Bats eat thousands of mosquitoes and other irritating pests each night. Instead of using chemical pesticides, just let the bats do the pest control for you! (bats are also great educational animals for kids to watch in their natural habitat each evening!)

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