Spraying against mosquitoes is set to continue Thursday in Milford Mill, Pikesville and Lochearn areas.
That's because from the bugs.
If you live west of the Baltimore City line in the Pikesville area—including in Milford Mill and Lochearn—then your area might be set for spray by The Maryland Department of Agriculture.
MDA trucks will spray BioMist 30-30 while they're driven through the streets. The department sprayed last week, and they'll be at it again at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
Generally, the boundaries of the area to be sprayed include: Military Avenue, W. Sudbrook Lane, Rockridge Road, Reisterstown Road at Slade (and southward), Marsue Drive and Forest Hill Road.
Areas along Campfield Road and some streets northwest of Liberty Road, between and including Forest Hill and Carol roads, are also part of the spray area.
The MDA recommends that residents stay indoors during spraying, a release states.
The spray is BioMist 30-30, which "contains the active ingredient permethrin," a release states.
Permethrin is approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The following is included in the news release from Baltimore County:
For product label and Material Safety Data Sheet, visit the MDA web site. For information on health and environmental effects of permethrin, refer to the National Pesticide Information Center Technical Sheet.
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