Rodent control programs: use of the inked tracking board method in Mexico.

@article{Lord1983RodentCP,
  title={Rodent control programs: use of the inked tracking board method in Mexico.},
  author={Rexford D. Lord},
  journal={Bulletin of the Pan American Health Organization},
  year={1983},
  volume={17 3},
  pages={
          259-68
        }
}
  • Rexford D. Lord
  • Published in Bulletin of the Pan American Health Organization 1983
It is readily apparent, with increasing densities of human populations everywhere, that there is a growing problem in controlling commensal rodents. Particularly in rapidly growing urban situations, where traditional values and services tend to deteriorate, fewer citizens tend to abide by long-established rules of community hygiene. More and more, garbage and other refuse is being disposed of simply by being dumped in empty lots or along roadsides, and in many places increasingly commonplace… CONTINUE READING

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