Read through our articles on Rodenticide stewardship (page 7), Clothes moth management (pages 14-18) and Difethialone (page 33) in this issue of Pest and answer these questions:
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By when must all pre-stewardship labelled rodenticide products be used up?
30 September 2016
31 March 2017
1 January 2017
30 September 2017
How long can adult male clothes moths live?
Up to 7 days
Up to 21 days
Up to 14 days
Up to 28 days
At what minimum temperature should clothes be washed to eliminate moth larvae
At least 30°C
At least 50°C
At least 40°C
At least 60°C
Why were mothballs banned in Europe in 2008?
They killed too many ladybirds
They didn’t work
People didn’t like the smell
They were thought to be carcinogenic
If you were to attempt clothes moth control using parasitic wasps, how often would the card containing the larvae need replacing?
Every two weeks
For the last 25 years, what concentration in parts per million (ppm) has difethialone been used at?
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