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International Pest Control – July/August 2018 – Vol 60, Nr.4

International Pest Control – July/August 2018 – Vol 60, Nr.4

| October 20, 2018

With the FAOPMA Pest Summit in September and NPMA PestWorld in October it was inevitable that this issue is focused on pest control. On a recent holiday to the Western Isles of Scotland I was struck by the large populations of ground nesting birds on the rodent-free and unpopulated (with humans) smaller islands we visited. […]

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Comparative study of the palatability of various extruded rodenticide formulations

Comparative study of the palatability of various extruded rodenticide formulations

| May 15, 2015

This article examines the palatability and the efficacy of extruded rodenticide formulations available on the European market. Studies conducted by two laboratories (in Hungary and France) using similar test protocols, provide results that are comparable and reliably reflect differences in the palatability of the various extruded blocks. Background The predecessor of Bábolna Bio (called Babolna […]

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Testing the Goodnature E2 Rodent Trap in Tata Steel Zoological Park, India

Testing the Goodnature E2 Rodent Trap in Tata Steel Zoological Park, India

| July 25, 2014

There are 4000 species of mammals, of which about 1700 are rodents. However not all rodent species are commensal pests. About 150 species have been defined as a commensal at some time or another, though only 20 could be termed important in connection with post-harvest losses. The number of species occurring in and around human […]

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40 years of rat control in Budapest: The importance of sewer treatments for effective rat control in urban areas

40 years of rat control in Budapest: The importance of sewer treatments for effective rat control in urban areas

| June 15, 2013

Rats proliferating in urban areas may spread infectious diseases, cause considerable economical damages or through the reaction they provoke, may annoy inhabitants; therefore, their control is indispensable. The question remains: where exactly should control be carried out to obtain appropriate results? ‘Deratization’* of Budapest city Budapest, the capital city of Hungary, is the only metropolis […]

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