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Re: Netting larva
> Date: Thu, 01 Jul 1999 14:41:12 -0500
> From: "William Vannerson" <William_Vannerson at ama-assn_org>
> 2. Grass clippings. Taking Scott's suggestion of using larger clumps
> of green things. I wonder if you could acheive the same level of 'stink'
> factor if you wrap and tie the greens in cheescloth, just like the ZFrench
> chefs do with herbs. This would be easier to remove/avoid during netting.
You don't need a stink factor to attract the mosquitoes to lay, just
some water that has a bit of algae or life to it. A spoonful of soil
or compost, or just a pinch of grass clippings will do it. Even a tiny
bit of chemical fertilizer. Or you can just let the bucket sit out for
a while, and it will get a bit of dust, organic debris and algae.