Why You Never See Mosquitoes at Disney World

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Why You Never See Mosquitoes at Disney World

Great article about the methods Disney uses to keep mosquitos away from the Parks and property!

https://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/article/this-is-why-you-never-see-mosquitoes-at-disney-world/ar-AAEULel?ocid=sf

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It's because the mosquitoes know everyone has already been bled dry...

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wdwizbest wrote:
It's because the mosquitoes know everyone has already been bled dry...

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Interesting info, I would love that garlic spray for my back yard!!

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wdwizbest wrote:
It's because the mosquitoes know everyone has already been bled dry...

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But there is plenty of standing water in the parks when it rains though.

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Mandy wrote:
But there is plenty of standing water in the parks when it rains though.

When I was a little girl I used to be fascinated with the custodians that would come through with giant squeegees and move the rainwater towards the drains. I though that playing in the water like that must be one of the best jobs in the world, and I was always very upset that no one did that in our streets at home.

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Kristen K. wrote:
Mandy wrote:
But there is plenty of standing water in the parks when it rains though.

When I was a little girl I used to be fascinated with the custodians that would come through with giant squeegees and move the rainwater towards the drains. I though that playing in the water like that must be one of the best jobs in the world, and I was always very upset that no one did that in our streets at home.

Custodial does their best to make sure that puddles disappear in a timely manner but many ponds form in the parks because the drains are not where they are supposed to be or someone has to be by the drain to make sure debris is cleared so the drain continues to drain.