Does anyone have one? Wife and I have been reading up on them, and looking over the tips on our states conservation page. Just curious if people have any and if they notice any help with mosquito control?
That's what SHE said. Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk!!!!They don't work.....He never comes.
Bat guano is good fertilizer. Put them in the trees, lots of bugs to eat in the shade.I know heat is an issue and they need to have a certain % of sunlight so they don't get to hot or cold during the summer. But then I was also wondering how much bat **** ends up down your siding if its way up in your eves. Since my house backs to woods I was thinking of putting one up in a tree a ways not sure if it will work though.
Well its good to hear they at least DO keep the mosquito population down. Thats the only reason I want them, well and to have a tons of bats swarming from my property to scare the neighbors.