Mosquito Spraying in Daggett County


A wet spring leads to green grass, beautiful flowers and an uptick in the mosquito population. Every county is doing what they can and Daggett County will be doing an aerial spray over a couple of days. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, aerial spraying, when done correctly, has no effect on people, pets and the environment. It will not cause asthma attacks as it only puts around 1 to 2 ounces of chemical per acre. The spraying is done during times that bees are not active because if the spray made direct contact it would have a chance to harm the bees. On Wednesday, July 17th and Thursday, July 18th there will be aerial spraying going on in Manila. 

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Kristin Baldwin

Kristin never planned to work in news radio but has thoroughly enjoyed being part of the news team at KVEL. Her love of literature and writing developed in high school which led her to study English Literature and Technical Writing at BYU. She received her BA in English from BYU in 2005 and studied at UVU in Orem for 2 semesters to become a Certified Technical Writer in 2006. Two months after completion she began her dream job of being a stay-at-home mom.  As mother of 2 energetic kids, she began writing from home for the KVEL news team in 2011 and considers it the perfect fit as a full time mom and part time writer.