Unlike other mosquitoes, the tiger does not require much water to breed. Their larvae grow perfectly within small reserves of stagnant water that could be within a flowerpot, a bucket or even in an ashtray.
|Remove the objects that may accumulate water or emptying them weekly. Vases, ashtrays, drinkers.||Put a lid or a mosquito net on water tanks to irrigate.|
|Put covered boats, carts or trailers, or well, put them upside down or cover with a tarp.||Eliminate tires (leading to a collection center of waste).|
|Put red fish that eat mosquito larvae in the rafts and the garden fountains.||Clean annually the pipes of the roofs and terraces.|