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Pyrethroid Resistance in Culex tarsalis in Regions of Northern California

Culex tarsalis is an important vector of West Nile Virus and other arboviruses in the Western US. Once more common in rural areas, Culex tarsalis is now often found in residential areas and faces insecticide pressure both from vector[…]

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Technical Challenges and Solutions for Low-Rate Applications

From a high level, low-rate applications have easy-to-understand safety, economic, and environmental impact benefits. However, the benefits of low-rate applications can only be […]

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Managed Wetlands Mosquito Control Strategies

A movement to restore wetlands is being experienced not only in California, but across the country. If left unchecked, however, wetlands […]

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Collier MCD Use of UAS Platforms in Areas of Salt Marsh Mosquitoes

Just a few years ago, use of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), or drones in mosquito control programs was more or less in its infancy. Today, numerous districts have fully integrated drones into their programs with a host of […]

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New MoA Success Drives Provocative Research with Broad Implications

Impact of ivermectin in onchocerciasis control could be just the beginning The iconic story behind onchocerciasis elimination efforts offers lessons that extend well into the [...]
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Register Now for January Virtual Summit:
SOLUTIONS FOR FLOODWATER MOSQUITO CONTROL

Valent Biosciences (VBC) has announced two virtual summits in January 2021 providing expert training and analysis pertaining to the control of Floodwater Mosquitos: one each [...]