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Control of the tropical rat mite


, : Control of the tropical rat mite. Jour Econ Ent 53(3): 475

For control of the tropical rat mite, Ornithonyssus bacoti, in 4 houses a fluoridated silica aerogel was blown into the attic and subfloor areas at the rate of 1 lb./lOOO sq. ft. and also applied in various locations within the houses. In 2 houses the subfloor dusting was omitted. In all 6 houses complete control was obtained.

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DOI: 10.1093/jee/53.3.475


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