Bedbug sprays fail to kill even vulnerable insects in researcher’s test.

September 17, 2012 | By

Bedbug sprays fail…A new study brings bad news for people fighting bedbug infestations and companies that sell over-the-counter insecticides. Ohio State University entomologists Susan Jones and Joshua Bryant found that “bug bombs” and “foggers” — cheap, insecticide-spraying aerosols that have been marketed for decades as do-it-yourself alternatives to exterminators — were ineffective against even the most vulnerable of bedbugs. Read full story here.


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