Community fly control operations--Oklahoma, 1950
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Community fly control operations--Oklahoma, 1950

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      From a small beginning in 1949, when several cooperative community fly control insecticidal projects were operated in Oklahoma, a comprehensive over-all plan of promotion and operations has been developed. In the conception of a plan for State-wide development of these activities, promotional policies have been based upon a realistic acceptance of public interest in the spectacular nature of insecticidal control. This interest has been deliberately fostered as a direct means of focusing attention on community and individual premises environmental conditions. Spot maps indicating number of fly attractants and breeding sources found in reconnaissance sanitary surveys have been effectively used in promotion of premises sanitation and improvements in garbage collection and disposal.
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      CDC Bull. 1951Oct;10(10):4-8
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