Efficacy of neem chippings for mosquito larval control under field conditions

@inproceedings{Imbahale2015EfficacyON,
  title={Efficacy of neem chippings for mosquito larval control under field conditions},
  author={Susan S. Imbahale and Wolfgang Richard Mukabana},
  booktitle={BMC Ecology},
  year={2015}
}
An in depth understanding of mosquito breeding biology and factors regulating population sizes is fundamental for vector population control. This paper presents results from a survey of mosquito breeding habitats and the efficacy of neem chippings as a potential larvicide that can be integrated in mosquito control on Nyabondo Plateau in western Kenya. Six main mosquito habitat types namely artificial ponds, abandoned fish ponds, active fish ponds, open drains, temporary pools and swamps were… CONTINUE READING
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