Dengue, Chikungunya, Yellow Fever and Zika virus are rapidly spreading in tropical regions throughout the world. Their vector, the Aedes mosquito, is difficult to control as it divides its eggs over various small and hard to find breeding sites and has become resistant to chemical insecticides. The In2Care Mosquito Station effectively attracts and kills Aedes mosquitoes with novel and green ingredients that target both larvae and adults. Station activity is not limited to the Station itself, but extends to the surrounding area.
- Station efficacy has been scientifically validated in the lab and published in a peer-reviewed academic journal
- Field validations were carried out by the IVCD of the Trinidad Ministry of Health
- A large-scale trial was conducted by the MRCU on the Cayman Islands
- Field efficacy validations for EPA-registration were conducted by the Manatee County Mosquito Abatement District in Florida and have been published in a scientific journal
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