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This 1981 photograph depicts a C-123 USAF aircraft dispersing an insecticidal spray over Dallas, Texas, in order to combat a troublesome insect population. The use of spray planes like this C-123, and even helicopters, is an excellent way in which an insecticidal fog may be dispersed over, and in close proximity to insect-vector habitats that the insecticide must cover, and with which it must remain in contact in order to kill, or ward off such arboviral hosts.
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Content Providers(s):CDC
Creation Date:1981
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CDC Organization
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