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Indoor residual spray and insecticide-treated bednets for malaria control: theoretical synergisms and antagonisms
Indoor residual spray (IRS) of insecticides and insecticide-treated bednets (ITNs) are the two most important malaria vector control tools in the tropical world. Application of both tools in the sameExpand
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The Economics of Recirculating Tank Systems : A Spreadsheet for Individual Analysis
aquaculture system offers a number of advantages over pond systems. Designed to conserve both land and water resources, recirculating systems can be located in areas not conducive to open pondExpand
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Putting Dollars to Waste: Estimating the Value of On-Farm Food Loss
Unharvested produce may represent market inefficiencies and forgone farmer income. This article estimates costs and returns for select southeastern vegetable crops based on field estimates from NorthExpand
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Modeling the epidemiology and economics of directly observed therapy in Baltimore.
SETTING From 1958 to 1978, Baltimore maintained one of the highest pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) rates in the US. But, from 1978 to 1992 its TB rate declined by 64.3% and its ranking for TB fell fromExpand
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Insecticide detoxification indicator strains as tools for enhancing chemical discovery screens.
BACKGROUND Insecticide discovery screens carried out on whole organisms screen for potency resulting from chemical activity at the target site. However, many potentially insecticidal compounds areExpand
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Estimating on-farm food loss at the field level: A methodology and applied case study on a North Carolina farm
Abstract Current estimates of food loss at the farm level are either carried forward from decades-old estimates that rely on data from small farms using alternative agricultural practices, or theyExpand
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Local Food Systems Markets and Supply Chains
changing all along the local food supply chain, with farmers’ markets, community supported agriculture (CSAs), food hubs, and other business models evolving across the South in an effort to shortenExpand
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Synergies in integrated malaria control.
Combination of malaria vector control strategies, particularly insecticide-based approaches, needs careful con sideration. Responsibility to imple ment a sound strategy goes beyond immediateExpand
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The local food movement, public-private partnerships, and food system resiliency
Concentration and consolidation in production, distribution, and retailing have arguably reduced the diversity of US food supply and distribution channels, thus introducing vulnerabilities into theExpand
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