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A model for improved tick control



A model for improved tick control



Rural Research 119(Winter): 15-20



With special reference to the results obtained from a recently developed computer simulation model, the biology, injuriousness and control (by the use of resistant cattle, dipping and pasture spelling), of cattle tick (Boophilus microplus (Can.)) in Australia are reviewed.

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