At Clarke, we specialize in mosquito and midge control services tailored for communities, commercial properties, and private homes throughout the Osceola County, Florida area. Our dedicated team is committed to ensuring a safer, mosquito-free environment for all residents and businesses in the greater Osceola County Area, including:
Your community may already benefit from mosquito control services provided by your county or abatement district, but you may want to provide a greater level of comfort and protection for your residents.
That’s where Clarke can help, with supplemental control services to limit midge and adult mosquito annoyance and reduce overall mosquito breeding in your community. We understand it’s not just about mosquitoes. Every resident deserves a comfortable outdoor experience.
At Clarke, our approach transcends mere symptomatic treatments; we delve deep to address the root of the problem. Our mosquito control service programs are rooted in the principles of integrated mosquito management. Recommended jointly by the EPA and the CDC, integrated mosquito management takes a holistic approach to mosquito control and involves all of the following management strategies:
For those residing in Osceola County, from Yeehaw Junction to Campbell, Clarke Mosquito Control is your trusted ally for a safer, more tranquil living experience.
Midge flies, also known as ‘blind mosquitoes’, are small, non-biting flies that form swarms and act as pests to residents trying to enjoy outdoor resources. They breed and thrive around water bodies with low dissolved oxygen rates and high levels of nutrients, making them a common stormwater system nuisance.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) recently placed the monarch butterfly – known for its striking orange and black pattern as well as its annual migration – on the IUCN Red List of Threatened SpeciesTM. Monarch butterflies join…
…even is a midge fly? And how can you reduce them on your property? What’s a Midge Fly or ‘Blind Mosquito’? Midges refer to several species of small, non-mosquito flies….