Lessons from agriculture for the sustainable management of malaria vectors.
PLoS medicine, 2012
Abstract Willem Takken and colleagues argue for the expansion of insecticide monotherapy in malaria control by taking lessons from agriculture and including more sustainable integrated vector management strategies.
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Figure 1 Features of current vector control strategies compared with potential integrated vector management (IVM).
Progression towards IVM has the potential to increase the effectiveness and sustainabilty of control, but requires more diverse and knowledge-intensive approaches.
Review [Agriculture-health interface in the field of epidemiology of vector-borne diseases and the control of vectors].
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