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Sponsored Podcast: NOMTCB’s Claudia Riegel on Pest Control in Post-Katrina New Orleans

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In a podcast sponsored by Dow AgroSciences, Riegel reviews some of the New Orleans Mosquito, Termite & Rodent Control Board (NOMTCB) work and also discusses pest control in the New Orleans region following Hurricane Katrina.

| June 9, 2010

The New Orleans Mosquito, Termite & Rodent Control Board (NOMTCB) administers and evaluates mosquito control activities and monitors the populations of disease- and virus-transmitting mosquitoes and consults with appropriate authorities. In the following podcast, sponsored by Dow AgroSciences, Claudia Riegel, assistant director of NOMTCB, reviews some of the board’s work and also discusses pest control in the New Orleans region following Hurricane Katrina.

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