Reiskind recommends that companies follow instructions on the labels to protect other insects.
"If they're following the rules they shouldn't be spraying flowering plants and that should limit the impact," Reiskind said.
The company Mosquito Authority said some of its employees are farmers and beekeepers, so they make sure to use the sprays properly.
"We have a real understanding of what it is to be cautious and careful when we're on property that has bees, pollinators, a lot of plants, a lot of blooming flowers and things like that," said Jerry Yoder, director of operations at Mosquito Authority. "We use a product that's regulated by the EPA."
If homeowners are looking for a way to reduce the number of mosquitoes without using chemicals, they can try burning citronella candles.