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The use of insecticide impregnated targets

Publication International Scientific Council for Trypanosomiasis Research and Control ( 114): 466

The use of insecticide impregnated targets

Insecticide-impregnated blue cotton targets have proved to be an effective means of controlling populations of both Glossina p. palpalis and G. tachinoides in Nigeria. Their combined uses with biconical traps have enhanced the reduction of a G. p. palpalis population to a lower level than would have been with the biconical traps used alone prior to sterile male releases.

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