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Monday, September 13, 2021

McKean County Mosquito Control to Spray Tonight Through Sunday

The McKean County Mosquito Control Program will be conducting a truck mounted ultra-low volume (ULV) mosquito control operation in Annin Township, Keating Township, Foster Township, Otto Township, Eldred Township, Liberty Township Port Allegany Borough and Eldred Borough, McKean County.  

Residential and recreational areas will be sprayed for adult mosquitoes using Aqua Duet at 0.66 oz/acre, Duet at 0.64 oz/acre or Delta Guard at 0.0045lb/acre.  

Due to the high level of adult nuisance mosquito activity, control work is planned begin late evening Monday Sept 13th through Sunday, Sept 19th.  Weather conditions, surveillance data, and other unexpected events could delay or cancel this spray operation.  The staging area for spraying is Eldred Memorial Park. 

The truck mounted ULV spray will be conducted by McKean Environmental Solutions LLC BU# 13152 in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.  Please call 814-598-3652 if you have any questions or concerns.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is truly a joke they're spraying machine looks like a box fan in the back of a pick up truck with someone spraying a can of deep woods off through the other side

Anonymous said...

Thanks , but earlier would have helped.

Anonymous said...

Well 4:01…knowing how deceitful and corrupt those that are placed in positions of trust are, it wouldn’t surprise me that the chemicals being sprayed all over our community is NOT meant for mosquitoes. The agency responsible for this never sought our approval nor did I ever see a Material Safety Data Sheet posted anywhere. I guess we just have to trust them on this. Spray away while they ignore the illnesses that come later. I can live with the mosquitoes…as we have for generations. We don’t need their poisons. Just saying.

Anonymous said...

Better late then never. But why bother the frost will soon get them.

Anonymous said...

If you are in an area where they are spraying, take deep breaths and hold for at least 3 seconds. You'll be fine.