In addition to proven Aedes mosquito control, recent research data also shows efficacy of the In2Care Mosquito Station against Culex mosquitoes. Lab and semi-field trials were done on a global scale. These data results have been reviewed and approved by EPA on June 30th.
Thanks to its patented technology, the In2Care Mosquito Station uses the female Mosquito to spread larvicide to breeding sites in, and around the yard. This data shows that the Stations control both Aedes and Culex mosquito larvae in surrounding breeding places. In2Care is well-known for caring about health, safety and the environment and is excited to help protect homeowners and commercial properties in the contiguous U.S. and Hawaii against West Nile Virus, that can be transmitted by Culex mosquitoes.