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Mosquito Spray is a strong liquid garlic made from potent garlic cloves. The juice is not harmful to plants, animals, or human but to mosquitoes it is DEADLY!  Remember spraying 15’ and down on foliage will help to protect from West Nile, Zika, Dengue, Chik-V and Malaria by repelling the mosquitoes. Works well to deter fleas and ticks. 

Coverage:  1 gallon of Mosquito Spray will cover 5 acres of land

Mixing instructions:

            Standing water areas: Mix 1 gallon of water; 4 ounces of Mosquito Spray; 2 ounces of Canola Oil; and 1 teaspoon of non-scented liquid dish soap. Mix well and spray an hour before sundown.

            Non-Standing water area: Mix 1 gallon of water; 4 ounces of Mosquito Spray. Stir well and spray an hour before sundown.

Spraying instructions:

            Do not spray if it has just rained, the foliage is wet or if rain is expected within 24 to 48 hours of application. Apply to a dry lawn and do not run sprinklers for 48 hours after application.

            When mixing (for use on standing water), mix the Mosquito Spray and soap together then add it to the water. Stir the entire mixture until homogenous. If you have hard water, add a bit more soap to make it all mix well together.

            If using a hand spray gun, hold the wand about 8 inches above the grass and sweep it back and forth.

            Spray all dark places (under porches, vents going to basements or beneath a house, side of the house/porch, driveways) that are not covered by grass as this helps to rid the mosquitos.


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Here is the exact formula we used, using our garlic product Mosquito Spray

  • For 1-foot diameter mounds use 1 gallon of water and mix in 8 ounces of Mosquito Spray.
  • For 2-foot diameter mounds use 2 gallons of water and mix in 16 ounces of Mosquito Spray.
    • For 3-foot diameter mounds use 3 gallons of water and mix in 24 ounces of Mosquito Spray.
    • Stir the mixture well. If you don't have a measuring device, keep in mind a standard water glass usually holds about 8 ounces.
    • Use a shovel or large board to knock off the top of the mound. Pour the mixture into the newly exposed entranceways and over the portion of the mound that was scraped off. Do not spray the mounds, use a watering can with a built in spout or pour slowly from a bucket. The douse should be applied in the early morning when the ants are slow moving.


  • You need to spray grass and shrubs, under any porches and on any wood pile. In fact, it's best to take your present wood pile apart and re-stack it in an area that has been sprayed. Be sure to clean the old area where the wood pile was previously stacked.
  • A typical formula for a 2-gallon canister sprayer is to mix 6 ounces of Mosquito Spray into 2 gallons of water.


A great number of farmers and ranchers have for a long time been spraying a 5% solution (6 ounces of our Mosquito Spray into 1 gallon of water) of our product onto the legs and body (including tail) of their animals to keep ticks and fleas off and it reportedly does a marvelous job. They mix our Mosquito Spray into a garden sprayer which has a reservoir of 2 to 4 gallons and spray it on their animals. Lasts from 3 to 4 weeks, sometimes longer.


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