Scientifically proven Mosquito Control Method – Tested in Singapore Homes with GUARANTEED RESULTS
Our clients using our traps in their homes and offices have experienced a drastic drop-in mosquito activity. The results in the traps (live and dead mosquito larvae in the trap) speaks for itself. What is in the trap does not evolve into an adult and bite you.
How does our mosquito trap work?
The In2Care Mosquito Trap targets two life-stages of the mosquito, the adults and the larvae the moment they pupate. Adult mosquitoes flying within your home are lured to the trap and deposit eggs in the water. Inside the trap they sit on the floater gauze and become contaminated with a slow-killing biological fungus and a larvicide. The fungus infection takes a few days to kill the mosquito and can block Dengue virus replication. In the meantime, the infected mosquito will also spread larvicide to breeding sites around the trap.
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ACTUAL PICTURES OF TRAPS FOUND WITH MOSQUITO LARVAE DURING INSPECTION
The biological fungus in the trap will kill the adult mosquito in a couple of days. The infection takes time because the fungus spores need to penetrate the mosquito skin and grow into her body. Meanwhile the mosquito will stop biting due to the reactions occurring in her body. In that timeframe she will contaminate other breeding sites in the proximity of the trap and die afterwards. That is why you will not see (lots of) dead mosquitoes inside the trap.
The trap does not target mosquitoes when they are in search of a bloodmeal. It is specifically designed for mosquitoes when they are lay eggs, which is an activity which happens regularly. However, a high enough coverage of traps in your area will cause a decrease in the number of mosquitoes and will reduce the chance of getting bitten and disease. It will take some time to have the larvicide disseminated in the area and therefore a few (3-4) weeks a significant population impact can be expected. We will carry out a survey to determine the number of traps required for your premise to have effective control.
The trap is approved for use in Singapore by NEA. There will be no fine issued by the officer as long as the trap is serviced monthly by approved pest control professionals.
Do not take risk. Protect your loved ones now.
Dengue Fever and Chikungunya are nasty viral diseases for which no drugs or vaccines are available. Aedes mosquitoes are difficult to combat, as they lay eggs in just about any small water source, such as flowerpots, water ponding and empty containers. Another thing that makes it increasingly more difficult to control mosquitoes, is that they have become resistant to the chemicals that are used in vector control efforts.