Dillon Nichols wrote:Eliminating exposed water entirely strikes me as rather drastic and impractical.
Amit Enventres wrote:Truth is, if you ever go to Yellowstone National Park, which one would assume to be one of the most balanced ecosystems in the country, you'll note the huge number of mosquitoes. Perhaps there was a control program in the past? Still, you'd think the ecosystem would have recovered. Too many tourists? Then there should be more mosquito predators to compensate. So, I'm not sure what the "natural" and "healthy" population of mosquitoes is supposed to look like. I do know though, that I don't like them and I want the tip the system in my favor, if at all possible.
siu-yu man wrote:Sheri, thanks for sharing those videos.
that Bush Library one was really interesting.
did she happen to say roughly the amount of tea per volume of water by chance?