How To Break The Mosquitoes Breeding Cycle

 

Note:

1. For every female you catch you stop up to 6,000 more lava being laid in the area, 

2. Mosquitoes generally don’t fly further than 300 meters from their communes.

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Hi Andrew

As per your questions yes it does attract the neighbours female mosquitoes, that is what we want it to do, for every female you catch you stop up to 6,000 more lava being laid in the area, thus we are interrupting the breeding cycle, we have caught 24,000 female in one night in Australia so multiply that by 6,000 and you can see that it does not take long (4 to 6 weeks) to break the breeding in an area.

See putting screens on is great and should be done to make an area that the people are protected and safe, but what I am about is killing the female mosquitoes so you break the breeding cycle in an area up to 300 meters on each trap, mosquitoes generally don’t fly further than 300 meters from their communes, so you are gradually reducing the female population thus clearing whole areas of mosquitoes and it is working 24/7.

Andrew great to hear your caring and determination for this worthy cause.
Regards
Andrew

Math Knowledge Needed:

The square mile (abbreviated as sq mi and sometimes as mi2) is an imperial and US unit of measure for an area equal to the area of a square of one statute mile. It should not be confused with miles square, which refers to the number of miles on each side squared. For instance, 20 miles square (20 × 20 miles) is equal to 400 square miles; an area of 10 × 40 miles is likewise 400 square miles, but it is not 20 miles square.

One square mile is equivalent to:
4,014,489,600 square inches
27,878,400 square feet
3,097,600 square yards
640 acres
258.9988110336 hectares
2560 roods
25,899,881,103.36 square centimetres
2,589,988.110336 square metres
2.589988110336 square kilometres

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