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Field evaluation of Teknar granular larvicide in Middlesex Co., N.J



Field evaluation of Teknar granular larvicide in Middlesex Co., N.J



Proceedings, Seventy First Annual Meeting, New Jersey Mosquito Control Association, Inc Atlantic City, New Jersey, 29 February, 1, 2 March 1984 71: 47-48



Investigations in New Jersey in 1983 demonstrated that the granular formulation Teknar of Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis could be incorporated into an existing programme for mosquito larval control with a minimum of change but cost rather more that Abate 2-G.

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