Midges/Blind Mosquitoes do not bite, suck blood, or carry diseases. However, they can become an extreme nuisance between April and November, especially to residents who live near waterbodies that act as breeding areas. After the midges transform into adults, they prefer nice and cool, shady areas during the day and are attracted to lights around homes and businesses at night. 3-5 days after becoming adults, they will die and leave behind a mess.
A midge's life cycle is both aquatic and terrestrial.
Florida Weed and Mosquito is experienced, licensed, and insured to treat both aquatic and terrestrial pests.
Florida Weed and Mosquito has multiple midge treatment options available to provide a solution to your midge problem.
You should call now if midges are bothering you.