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Procedures and problems involved in assessing the droplet size of insecticides applied by aerial and ground ULV equipment



Procedures and problems involved in assessing the droplet size of insecticides applied by aerial and ground ULV equipment



Proceedings, New Jersey Mosquito Control Association, Inc? recd 62: 217-219



The technical problems, procedures and pitfalls inherent in the field evaluation of insecticidal droplet sizes are reviewed and briefly discussed in the light of the importance of droplet size for the efficacy of sprays applied for mosquito control.

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