RISE Study Reports about Parents and Pests

September 2001
Pest Control;Sep2001, Vol. 69 Issue 9, p30
Trade Publication
Presents findings of the parent focus group discussion on usage of pesticides in schools in the United States. Perception of rats and cockroaches as worst pets; Lack of knowledge and information about pesticides; Absence of interest on pre-notification of pesticide application.


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