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Long-awaited nonchemical alternatives to drywood termite control study completed.Author(s): V.R. Lewis; M.I. Haverty
Source: P.C.O.C. The Voice of pest Control Operators of California. Summer 1996, pages 20-29.
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CitationLewis, V.R. and M.I. Haverty. 1996. Long-awaited nonchemical alternatives to drywood termite control study completed. P.C.O.C. The Voice of pest Control Operators of California. Summer 1996, pages 20-29.
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