Study: Fogging doesn't really kill mosquitoes, other insects dying

Modified 17 Oct 2020, 1:34 am

Of the 1,874 insects found dead from fogging at the Kota Damansara Community Forest (KDCF), none were mosquitoes, according to a study by Sunway University and Monash University Malaysia.

Fogging is commonly used to control the number of mosquitoes but the study suggested that it may no longer be effective to reduce the risk of a dengue outbreak.

“Our results suggest that mosquitoes in the area have either...

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