Mosquito Prevention and Control

As Zika presents itself in Florida, it is imperative that we make every effort to prevent the spread of mosquitoes on our properties. Join the Putnam County Extension Service with the Putnam County Mosquito Control and Dept. of Health to learn more about what you can do to keep your family safe from mosquitoes and the diseases that they carry. Register by Tuesday, August 30th at 5:00pm. Pre-payment is preferred. Call 386-329-0318 or email pfletch@ufl.edu for details. Online registration:

http://tinyurl.com/zjhzrpf

Putnam County Ag Center

111 Yelvington Rd, East Palatka, FL 32131

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

5:30-6:30pm            Cost-  $5

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3 Responses to Mosquito Prevention and Control

  1. Sandra Lyons says:

    Just as long as they don’t start spraying that poison around our beautiful lakes like they are poisoning south Florida. The Zika virus has been around for decades around the world and has not been proven to cause ONE SINGLE BIRTH DEFECT! Yes, I’m shouting because this whole Zika hysteria is formulated by Big Pharma and an out-of-control-power-crazed government that is heavily influenced by the Monsanto lobby. Follow the money! There are plenty of articles to read from around the world, including Brazil where this all started, that the Zika is not the cause of the reported birth defects but is cause by environment toxins – pesticides! Nalan in particular which is what is in the poison being sprayed on our unsuspecting Floridians. NOW you will start to see many birth defects and many other serious side affects from that spraying. Wake up, Floridians! Someone is trying to kill you and it isn’t a mosquito!

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