Written by GDG

Category : Contrôle biologique des insectes piqueurs Event Biting insects

February 2023

GDG ENVIRONNEMENT STARTS ITS OPERATIONS OF BITING INSECT CONTROL

In the coming weeks, a team will begin monitoring breeding sites where mosquito larvae (Culicidae) and/or black flies (Simulidae) develop in participating municipalities.

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RADIO-CANADA INTERVIEW – WHY MOSQUITOES PLAY A NEGLIGIBLE ROLE IN THE FOOD CHAIN

Mosquitoes do not evoke much affection among many humans, but contrary to what many think, they are not very popular as food for animals either. 

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West Nile virus far deadlier than previously though

This mosquito-borne infection could lead to the death of infected people from complications occurring several years after their apparent recovery. 

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Appointment – GDG Strengthens its Biological Pest Control Leadership

GDG Environnement, already acknowledged as a leader in biological pest control, has further fortified its scientific team by welcoming Richard Trudel, Ph.D., an experienced entomologist, as a full-time Scientific Advisor and Expert Entomologist.

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What does ChatGPT think of BTI?

Out of curiosity, we asked ChatGPT: Is Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis dangerous for the environment? And his answer did not surprise us!

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PREVENTING LARVAL DEVELOPMENT OF MOSQUITOES TO FIGHT WEST NILE VIRUS

WNV is transmitted to humans mainly through the bite of a mosquito carrying the virus. Mosquitoes usually become carriers of the virus by biting an infected bird. WNV mainly infects birds, but sometimes also humans or other animal species, such as horses. 

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