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Summit 20-Pack Mosquito Dunk
|Price:||$23.71 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Kills Mosquito Larvae Before They're Old Enough To Bite
- Organic Lasts Up To 30 Days
- Each Dunk covers 100 square feet of surface area
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|Item Dimensions||13.3 x 11.5 x 0.8 inches|
|Item Weight||0.75 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||111-5|
|Shipping Weight||1.65 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
This product works. It works so well, I don't recommend anything else, except the granules for killing larvae already hatched out. But it comes with some rules, so pay attention, or you'll be disappointed!
1. Be early! These do NOT kill the adults or existing larvae. If you've already got larvae, you need to apply Mosquito Bits to kill them. Larvae start growing early, and I live in Raleigh, NC. I start using the dunks in April. With just me doing it, I'd wipe out all the mosquitoes in the neighborhood until late August.
2. Be generous! I'd toss six or seven dunkers in a 1-acre pond. The good news is that they fly really well when thrown, so you can dose a 1-acre pond from a single vantage point.
3. Be imaginative! Don't neglect to dose swampy or wet ground, ESPECIALLY grass. If you've got a wet spot in your lawn, break off a chunk, crumble it into powder, then scatter the powder over the wet spot. Don't forget rain barrels, flower pots, fish ponds, storm drains, drainage ditches, impoundments and even rain gutters. If it's wet, dose it.
4. Be involved! Get your neighbors in on the act. Go around the neighborhood and ask people to purchase their own and dose their areas. Or group together and purchase in bulk, then go wild. These things are safe enough to eat like a donut, so don't be nervous about using them.
Remember, if you're getting a late start, and you've already got larvae, then use the Mosquito Bits first to kill them off, then apply the dunkers 48 hours after to innoculate for the rest of the season.
But recently I had the opportunity to help a nearby community center with a Mosquito infestation. They had several outdoor pots filled with water and water lilies, and many of the pots were filled with hundreds of larvae. I then took a single Mosquito Dunk and crushed it into bits, and then distributed the bits into i think 6 or 7 pots. 24 hours later i received a new 20 pack of dunks, and went to the center to put the recommended dosage into each pot. before i put in the new dunks, i saw that the bits had killed at least 90% of the larvae in the pots overnight.
So i think this product is really effective, and as a bonus you are really getting 2 products in one. First you get the long term control of the intact dunk, and then you can get the quick kill of the "Mosquito Bits" product by crushing the dunk.
the 20 pack comes as a really large blister pack, its a little ungainly, but it keeps the dunks in one piece brfore you use them. the cost is much better than retail as its almost like getting 6-7 dunks for free at the cost of $22 for 20 vs ~$10 for 6 at HD/Lowes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They work. We have a 2ft by 4 ft man made pond about 7 feet from the back door. It wa mosquito haven until these were dropped in. After a month they were all gone. Read morePublished 11 hours ago by AFB
Hard to tell if they actually work, but we have fewer mosquitos this year than last. Not sure it is because of these though.Published 23 hours ago by Schatten
Great bargain. Have to use often especially after summer rain storms that wash away previous dunks. They never make it a full 30 days. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Patty Duke
lots better than buying 2 or 6 at the hardware and we think a good protection against 'zika'.Published 2 days ago by Roy Riales```
Fantastic product! I was skeptical at first, but i must say, after placing them along my gutters i have noticed a marked reduction in mosquitos! Im impressed.Published 2 days ago by Frida
Easy to throw into any standing water - garden barrels, small water features etc. - and they work very well. Read morePublished 2 days ago by myattempt