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Mesh may fit in as a termite barrierAuthor(s): Bradford M. Kard
Source: Pest Control. February: [Not paged].
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionStainless steel mesh tests are currently being conducted in an effort to investigate alternatives or supplements to termiticides for control of subterranean termites. Some people are extra sensitive to insecticides or would prefer to use non-insecticidal means to control termites, and stainless steel mesh may provide one such alternative.
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CitationKard, Bradford M. 1999. Mesh may fit in as a termite barrier. Pest Control. February: [Not paged].
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