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Video: Georgia Residents Battle Mosquitoes

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Excessive rain in the Atlanta area has created breeding sites for mosquitoes, creating a nuisance for homeowners, according to report from NBC News Atlanta.

| August 1, 2013

Excessive rain in the Atlanta area has created breeding sites for mosquitoes, creating a nuisance for homeowners, according to report from NBC News Atlanta.

The area has seen rain in 40 of the last 55 days. In particular high numbers is the Asian tiger mosquito.

NBC News Atlanta also interviewed David Touwsma, an Atlanta area MosquitoNix franchisee, who said business has been booming.

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