Protection from Mosquito Bites in Outdoor Gatherings

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1936
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Joseph M.G
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The problem of temporarily ridding a small area of adult mosquitoes where a large number of people could comfortably enjoy a summer evening has often presented itself. Such places may vary in area from a few square yards to several acres, and may consist of a well-cared for lawn shrubs flowers trees and other valuable vegetation which must not be injured. It is obvious that in order to eliminate mosquitoes the area must be treated in such a way those on the wing or resting on the grass within the area are killed or incapacitated. While those outside of the treated area are repelled.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, 82 (2134), p. 80-84