The Zika outbreak of 2015-2016 raised global attention to the health risks that mosquitoes can carry. It is imperative that countries implement a vector control program as part of their national healthcare plan. Enacted predominantly through state or local municipalities, programs often entail treatments for both adult mosquitoes and their larvae, targeting different species. Insecticide treatments can be conducted through aerial, surface, or groundwater treatments. Insecticide-impregnated mosquito nets are also a common control, especially as part of charitable initiatives. The selected active ingredient is also used to prevent mosquito species from developing resistance to excessively used ingredients. Biological based ingredients are growing in interest as a potential solution to fight the Zika virus and Dengue outbreak.
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This analysis provides professional mosquito control/disease vector pesticide suppliers and formulators with the latest information on product usage for the mosquito control market with the breakdowns for adulticides and larvicides. Countries included in the report are Brazil, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Thailand, and the United States.
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