Mosquitoes are insects that belong to the order Diptera, and belong to the Culicidae family; genera within this group include Anopheles, Culex, Psorophora, Ochlerotatus, Aedes, Sabethes, Wyeomyia, Culiseta, and Haemagoggus for a total of about 35 genera encompassing 2700 species.Wikipedia.

Mosquitoes are one type of insect that we often encounter in our environment.Its presence often disturbs our sleep and its bites make it itchy.In some people, mosquito bites cause large swelling and even festering

Mosquitoes are usually active in the morning and at night. When it is cold, it will enter the room looking for a warm place. They usually live in rooms with puddles of water and trash cans.

There are many ways to avoid mosquito bites, such as:

1.Using a fan

This method can be done because mosquitoes have the ability to fly that is not very good. Strong winds will disturb mosquitoes when flying.

2.Using natural ingredients

Plants such as peppermint and lemongrass have been shown to reduce mosquito bites. Usually used as a topical oil.

3. Cleaning mosquito nests

Clean all places that are liked by mosquitoes such as puddles, pools, bathtubs, trash cans and even wardrobes.

Apart from these methods, there is one more proven way to repel mosquitoes.Usually called the mosquito harvest

The steps are;

1. Prepare a bucket filled with water

2. Put the bucket in a place you think mosquitoes like, such as under a tree or in a bush

3. Wait for the mosquitoes to lay eggs in the bucket

4. Check every 3 – 4 days, if there are mosquito larvae, immediately filter and discard the larvae and the filtered water is placed again in its original position. Do this every week.Usually the number of mosquito larvae will increase on the second week.

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