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"BUILT-IN" PEST CONTROL For Wall and Cabinet Voids in Houses And Other Buildings Under Construction

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W. EBELING, University of California
R. E. WAGNER, University of California

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California Agriculture 18(11):8-12.

Published November 01, 1964

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Applications of nontoxic sorptive dusts during construction of houses or other buildings appear to offer a high degree of protection from infestations of cockroaches and other household pests, according to tests during the past six years in two large housing developments, as well as in the laboratory at University of California, Los Angeles. Excellent results were obtained with applications of a silica aerogel (Dri-Die

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"BUILT-IN" PEST CONTROL For Wall and Cabinet Voids in Houses And Other Buildings Under Construction

W. EBELING, R. E. WAGNER
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"BUILT-IN" PEST CONTROL For Wall and Cabinet Voids in Houses And Other Buildings Under Construction

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Authors

W. EBELING, University of California
R. E. WAGNER, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 18(11):8-12.

Published November 01, 1964

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Applications of nontoxic sorptive dusts during construction of houses or other buildings appear to offer a high degree of protection from infestations of cockroaches and other household pests, according to tests during the past six years in two large housing developments, as well as in the laboratory at University of California, Los Angeles. Excellent results were obtained with applications of a silica aerogel (Dri-Die

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