Perbandingan kematian nyamuk Aedes Aegypti pada penyemprotan Aerosystem menggunakan Bifenthrin dengan sistem Thermal Fogging menggunakan Malathion

Hasan Boesri, Damar Tri Boewono

Abstract


A small scale trial of Bifenthrin dosage 0,5 ml /m3 against DHF vector Ae. aegypti was conducted in the morning using Aerosystem in residential of Grobogan municipality in 2000. The air Bioassay test for insecticides tested showed that spraying at a distance of 0-5 meters caused 100% mortality of Ae. aegypti, after 24 hours of the treatment in the laboratory.

Keywords


Aedes aegypti; Befentrin; thermal fog

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33476/jky.v16i2.242

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