Korean J Parasitol.  2006 Sep;44(3):255-257. 10.3347/kjp.2006.44.3.255.

Field Trial on the control effect of fipronil bait against German cockroaches

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  • 1Department of Parasitology and Institute of Tropical Medicine, Yonsei University, Seoul 120-752, Korea. tsyong212@yumc.yousei.ac.kr

Abstract

A field trial on the control effect of fipronil poison bait against German cockroaches (Blatella germanica) was carried out at different restaurant types in Sinchon, Seoul, Republic of Korea. Monitoring was performed applying food baited traps for 2 days per week. Reduction rates of German cockroaches by applying fipronil baits were 90.9% at Korean restaurants, 96.4% at Chinese restaurants, and 89.4% in beer hall kitchens after 4 weeks of the treatment. Overall average of the reduction rate was 93.9%. As the natural reduction rate at untreated restaurants was 11.5% after 4 weeks, a correction of the average reduction rate by applying the Abbot formula was 93.1%.

Keyword

German cockroach; Blatella germanica; control; fipronil bait
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