New Insect Repellent (1 Viewer)


Feb 14, 2008
On the farm
Something to watch for on the shelves in the future. It totally overloads the insect's smelling system so it can't detect what is really there. They still have to test it for toxicity, other side effects, etc..

New Insect Repellent is 'Thousands of Times' More Effective Than DEET -

Researchers at Vanderbilt looking for better ways to control the spread of malaria have stumbled across an insect repellent that is thousands of times stronger than DEET.

But it doesn't just work to confuse malaria-carrying mosquitoes. This new compound works against all insects, including flies, ants, and moths.
:hmm:Hum, could I confuse moths so they can't find my corn?

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