Anyone outside the southeast may already be moving into fall, and while it technically is fall already, we in Florida will be hanging on to summer (and hurricane season) for at least the next month or so. Fall in Florida often ushers in slightly lower temperatures (mid 80’s instead of mid 90’s) but no shortage of rain thanks to the fact that hurricane season lasts through the entire month of October. And with all of the risks associated with hurricane season also comes soggy, humid yards that are a breeding ground for mosquitoes.
Adult mosquitoes commonly lay their eggs in damp vegetation or in still water.
Once mosquitoes lay their eggs it takes around two weeks for them to hatch