Hey everyone, I wasn't real sure where to put this question, so hopefully I get a couple people to chime in on here. I don't HATE anything. I may dislike some things a lot but, I really try not HATE. Just for principle. But I ABSOLUTELY HATE MOSQUITOES!!!!!!! I can't find much good in their existence.hahaha. Anyway, for those of you who build soil or maybe compost I would think too, have you ever had an issue with....... Mosquitoes.... I shake when I say it. I personally build soil, and I've never had this problem. But we have already broken the record for wettest August on record, and that was on the 15th. We have had 2+ inches since then already. July was not a "dry" month either, so im assuming that has something to do with it. Now I've read somewhere that mosquito dunks are safe to use. Break them up sprinkle the dust/crumbs into your soil, wet down and turn. I do see where, at least the ones I see, are bacteria mostly. I can't think of the name, im a work actually. B something. But I do know of that bacteria as a beneficial of sorts. In that it combats harmful pathogens etc. I would definitely have to cross check that to be sure, but it would make sense considering the use in the dunk against larva of the dreaded and possibly feared....... Mosquito!!! So I'm curious if anyone is familiar with this at all? I also thought about "cooking them off" by like laying a black tarp on the soil and heating it up via sun rays fun days. Don't even know if that would work, but I've seen some hot ass soil before so I thought maybe. I'm all ears to any suggestions as my wife would literally kill me if brought in 10, 7 gal bags of mosquito larvae. I'm not looking forward to that situation either. So yeah, all ears, if anyone can help me get rid of mosquitoes in my soil box.. Oh, also, and of course, my soil is done cooking from being made about 1.5-2 months ago so I'm hoping to be able to us it relatively quickly. It's needed now honestly, but I can push off a bit. Thanks everyone and any one for your time and help. Much appreciated.