From The Sacramento Bee
June 11, 2019
In an effort to target West Nile virus in the Sutter-Yuba area, “ultra low volume spraying” will begin June 27 and continue weekly until the fall, officials said.
The Sutter-Yuba Mosquito & Vector Control District will spray in the areas of Wheatland, Plumas Lake, Olivehurst, Linda, Marysville, south Yuba City, Live Oak, Sutter and Tierra Buena, usually on Thursday evenings, according to a news release. The Meridian and Robbins areas will be sprayed on Wednesday evenings.
The pesticide sprayings will depend on the volume of mosquitoes, disease activity and the weather, according to the release. Spraying by foggers on pickup trucks will begin at sunset and continue for two to three hours, officials said.
Ground fogging to combat adult mosquitoes in farmland will occur Monday through Thursday evenings, starting on June 11, the release said. Aerial spraying may occur in farmland north of Marysville, west of Yuba City, and east of Olivehurst/Plumas Lake.