We have not investigated this natural pest control site in detail and therefore cannot endorse everything on it, but we certainly applaud the general thrust of this work and we note that there are some very good ideas about mosquito control in that section. 

    From his email note:  "How to kill pests without killing yourself or the earth......                  
There are about 50 to 60 million insect species on earth - we have named only about 1 million and there are only about 1 thousand pest species - already over 50% of these thousand pests are already resistant to our volatile, dangerous, synthetic pesticide POISONS. We accidentally lose about 25,000 to 100,000 species of insects, plants and animals every year due to 'man's footprint'.  But, after poisoning the entire world and contaminating every living thing for over 60 years with these dangerous and ineffective pesticide POISONS we have not even controlled much less eliminated even one pest species and every year we use/misuse more and more pesticide POISONS to try to 'keep up'! Even with all of this expensive pollution - we lose more and more crops and lives to these thousand pests every year.    
We are losing the war against these thousand pests mainly because we insist on using only synthetic pesticide POISONS and fertilizers There has been a severe 'knowledge drought' - a worldwide decline in agricultural R&D, especially in production research and safe, more effective pest control since the advent of synthetic pesticide POISONS and fertilizers. Today we are like lemmings running to the sea insisting that is the 'right way'. The greatest challenge facing humanity this century is the necessity for us to double our global food production with less land, less water, less nutrients, less science, frequent droughts, more and more contamination and ever-increasing pest damage.        
National Poison Prevention Week, March 18-24,2007 was created to highlight the dangers of poisoning and how to prevent it. One study shows that about 70,000 children in the USA were involved in common household pesticide-related (acute) poisonings or exposures in 2004. It is estimated that 300,000 farm workers suffer acute pesticide poisoning each year in the United States - No one is checking chronic contamination.                                               
In order to try to help 'stem the tide', I have just finished re-writing my IPM encyclopedia entitled: THE BEST CONTROL II, that contains over 2,800 safe and far more effective alternatives to pesticide POISONS. This latest copyrighted work is about 1,800 pages in length and is now being updated chapter by chapter at my new website.                         
This new website has all of my original IPM encyclopedia in its original form and will continue to have more and more free, updated Chapters every week. So far we have electronically updated The Introduction, Chapters 11, 15 through 38, 40, the Glossary of Terms and Acknowledgements . All of these copyrighted items are free for you to read and/or download. There is simply no need to POISON yourself or your family or to have any pest problems."                                     
Stephen L. Tvedten                                                             
2530 Hayes Street Marne, Michigan 49435                                        
"An invasion of armies can be resisted, but not an idea whose time has come."--Victor Hugo           

    Please note the anecdote Murphy's Law of Pest Control on page 901:  "Murphy’s Law of Pest Control:  To treat a malaria outbreak in Borneo in the 1950s, the World Health Organization (WHO) decided to spray DDT to kill mosquitoes.  The DDT also killed parasitic wasps which were controlling thatch-eating caterpillars.  As a result, the thatched roofs of many homes fell down, and the DDT-poisoned insects were eaten by geckoes, which were in turn eaten by cats.  The cats perished, which led to the multiplication of rats, and then outbreaks of sylvatic plague and typhus.  To put an end to this destructive chain of events, WHO had to parachute 145,000 live cats into the area to control the rats."