Here in south Louisiana, Mosquito Abatement a couple times weekly or biweekly or so sprays us with insecticide by truck and and low flying airplane during the spring and summer months. No problems if they do it at night only as I am far enough from the street.
However, I really love it when the mosqito spray truck drives past me blowing out insecticide when I am also driving down the road in traffic and I have the A/C on or my windows are down.
They do fog my neighbors yard off and on during daylight hours only. I have been lucky so far that daytime fogging has only killed less than 100 foragers total due to honeybee directly contacting the spray. I have asked them to fog after dark, but they refuse. I keep my hives as far away from the property line as possible and have a 6 ft wooden fence which keeps most of the spray away.
Personally I would not spray any "cides" near your colonies during the day and if at night only when there is no wind blowing towards them. Just make sure the drift does not drift to them. When you are killing the mosquitos, you are also killing every other insect the spray touches including beneficial insects.
I think Lowes or Home Depot sells propane mosquito killers. This could be an option or invest in a lot of repellent and citronella candles. Purple martin next boxes and bat boxes are good to attract those critters.
Next year I am selling my house and moving into the country where the mosquito sprayers do not operate and I can't hear semi-automatic gunfire and sirens off in the distance at night.
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