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Title: Cockroach control in the NT
Authors: Whelan, Peter I
subject: Insects;pest control;prevention and control;public health and environment;Surveys;insecticides;Vector Control
Year: 27-Jan-2009
Publisher: Medical Entomology, DHCS
Description: Cockroaches can be significant pest and potential public health problems in the tropics. The guide and recommendations below have been produced with public buildings in mind but can equally apply to private premises. They have been aimed at the German cockroach as they are more common in institutions and residential premises in the Northern Territory but the principles apply equally to the larger American cockroach. They are aimed at the owner or occupier conducting the control, rather than engaging a licensed pest control operator.
Standard no: 1440-883X
Health Protection Division
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