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The Pros and Cons of Mosquito Spraying

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An article in last week’s Wall Street Journal reviews the pros and cons of calling in professionals to spray for mosquitoes.

| May 14, 2013

An article in last week’s Wall Street Journal reviews the pros and cons of calling in professionals to spray for mosquitoes.

An article in today’s Wall Street Journal reviews the pros and cons of calling in professionals to spray for mosquitoes. The article tackles several important questions regarding mosquito control services, ranging from the effectiveness of spraying to the cost and frequency of spraying.

Those interviewed included NPMA’s Jim Fredericks, Orkin’s Ron Harrison and Patricia Pietrantonio, a professor of insect toxicology at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.

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Source: OnlineWSJ


 

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