International travel, more immigration, changes in pest control, and insecticide resistance may have contributed to a resurgence of bedbugs. Photo: Corbis International travel, more immigration, changes in pest control, and insecticide resistance may have contributed to a resurgence of bedbugs. Photo: Corbis
International travel, more immigration, changes in pest control, and insecticide resistance may have contributed to a resurgence of bedbugs. Photo: Corbis

Bedbugs: scientists are close to winning the war

Chemicals found in insects' dung will be used against them in traps, writes Sunory Dutt

International travel, more immigration, changes in pest control, and insecticide resistance may have contributed to a resurgence of bedbugs. Photo: Corbis International travel, more immigration, changes in pest control, and insecticide resistance may have contributed to a resurgence of bedbugs. Photo: Corbis
International travel, more immigration, changes in pest control, and insecticide resistance may have contributed to a resurgence of bedbugs. Photo: Corbis
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