Monday, June 11, 2012
Insecticide spraying this week in Queens
To control mosquitoes, the Health Department will apply larvicide by helicopter to marsh and other non-residential areas of Staten Island, the Bronx and Queens on Monday, June 11, Tuesday, June 12 and Wednesday, June 13; between the hours of 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. weather permitting. In case of bad weather, application will be delayed until Tuesday, June 12, Wednesday, June 13 and Thursday, June 14 during the same hours. While three days are allotted for this activity, the application may be completed in less time. The areas to be treated appear below. These are marshy, natural areas, which are common breeding grounds for mosquitoes. Due to their size and inaccessibility by ground vehicles, these areas will be treated with larvicide from a low-flying helicopter.
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:52 AM
They're killing more than mosquitoes.
Such insecticides harming us...
and our grandchildren!
These sprays are know to have cumulative toxic effects...
but the government will continue to deny scientific findings.
Ally Bay and Flushing Meadow are BRUTAL with fresh hatched hungry green-head flys and these new striped Asian tiger mosquito's.
They ram you like darts biting instantly and in daylight.
These bastard immigrant insects nailed me on a bicycle as soon as I stopped.
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