Rutgers University Bed Bug Research

Richard Alan Cooper Entomology Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, NJ Rutgers

Rutgers University Bed Bug Research

Posted by Brazeau Aiglentine on Tuesday, 11 February, 2020 15:56:11

Developed by the experts at Rutgers University, the SenSci Activ bed bug lure mimics chemicals found on the surface of the skin and can attract up to twice as many bed bugs to an interception device.

Published on Jun 6, 2018 In this episode Jeff will discuss how research recently conducted at Rutgers University has shed light on the impact interception devices have on low level bed bug

Bed Bug Patrol is the best bed bug spray if you want a bed bug killer that causes a high mortality rate while being 100% natural and non-toxic. According to a Rutgers University study, Bed Bug Patrol ranked second as the most effective natural bed bug spray on the market, second to Eco Raider.

Rutgers University-New Brunswick is one of the nation's premier public research universities and a member of the Association of American Universities, the Big Ten Conference, and the Committee on Institutional Cooperation.

A research team at Rutgers has been studying the effectiveness of products such as mothballs and rubbing alcohol, and Rutgers' Changlu Wang reported on these findings at this month's Entomology 2013. Researchers Examine Effectiveness of DIY Bed Bug Products

bed bugs are present. Inspections require removing bed linens, turning over mattresses and box springs, looking for bed bug droppings, and bed bugs themselves. An easier method of finding bed bugs has been devel-oped by Dr. Changlu Wang, a research entomologist from Rutgers University. This homemade trap is simple to make. It is also inexpensive.