AERIAL SPRAYING FOR MOSQUITOES ON MONDAY
According to the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Madison County will be receiving an aerial spray for mosquitoes on Monday, July 23rd. The spray will occur from dusk to the early hours of Tuesday morning. Attached is a map showing the spray zone. The areas receiving the aerial spraying will be Greenville, Lee, Cherry Lake and Pinetta. If you know anyone who lives in the affected zone, please let them know about the aerial spray. The City of Madison will be treated with a ground spray sometime next week.
The insecticide that will be used is called NALED or DIBROM and should not casue any health problems in humans, pets or livestock. If you live in an area scheduled to be treated and are concerned about the safety of your family or pets, please plans to stay indoors from the hours of 7:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m.
If you have any questions about this insecticide, you may call the Bureau of Pest Control at 850-921-4177 or if you experience any health problems you should contact the Florida Poison Control Information Network at 1-800-222-1222. Again, this mosquito spray is safe and should not be harmful to humans or pets.
For questions or concerns regarding the aerial spray, please contact Jamie Willoughby at the Madison County Mosquito Control Office at 850-973-6495 or email@example.com.