Feb 24, 2016 - 12:56 PM
We have been installing Mosquito Systems for years here in Texas. My opinion is that this product works as well as anything on the market at killing the fliers. That's where it stops. You need to also consider putting down a growth regulator at least 2 times per season. Nyguard is what we use. We spray it on. We also use dunks and granules in the flower pots and open containers, french drains, etc.
Don't depend on on Naprovit to totally eliminate your Mosquito problem. It will kill and repel fliers (adult) mosquitoes, but will do nothing for immature mosquitoes, floaters, etc. These need to be dealth with separately.
A good base treatment with Mosquito Barrier, Nyguard and Scrimmage (surfactant) sprayed directly on lawn, sides of home, eaves, under the first layer of tree branches, into the shrubs, and basically coating everything will make your efforts much easier. Do this 2 -3 times per year, especially in the heat of the season when the mosquito season is the greatest, and you will be much happier with the results. If you depend on the Mosquito System to do all of the work and try to find the best chemical to use, (there is no best chemical), you will be frustrated.
Hope this helps.