Landing rate counts are conducted by City of Seabrook staff to measure adult mosquito activity in a specific location or area. This is achieved by counting the number of mosquitoes that land on a person within 1 minute. Spray schedules are then recommended by staff.
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The fogger truck can drive down unobstructed public rights-of-way and should fog within the boundaries of the Seabrook city limits during each spray.
The type of sprayer now used by the City of Seabrook is a ULV (ultra low volume) quiet fog sprayer. Coupled with the hours that we spray (7 pm – 5 am), residents may not hear or see the truck go by. Seabrook Mosquito Control is only able to spray accessible public rights-of-way.
The product we use is EPA approved to treat mosquitos, flies, and gnats.