It's easy to make, easy to market and difficult to treat.
The good news is this community knows it has a problem, and it is taking it head on.
If we can get our residents to cut back, we can help our neighbors. There's been times when we've been in trouble, and (other water districts) have helped us out.
There is no reason to pour any chemical into any kind of garden or agriculture. The planet did great without them for thousands of years until the chemical companies came along with marketing schemes to make money at our expense.
Mosquito control is a joke. Those spray trucks drive around town to make you feel like they're doing something for you.
Some of the best science being done today is in the organic sciences.
They're tough. The best solution is having outdoor cats; they wipe out the tick population.