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The use of flumethrin pour-on - simultaneous control of tsetse flies and ticks in cattle in Satiri, Burkina Faso

, : The use of flumethrin pour-on - simultaneous control of tsetse flies and ticks in cattle in Satiri, Burkina Faso. Publication International Scientific Council for Trypanosomiasis Research and Control ( 115): 448-449

Three applications of flumethrin significantly reduced the incidence of infection with Trypanosoma vivax and T. congolense in cattle, despite the absence of any barriers.

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