Study: 4-poster tick management devices worked here June 28, 2011 New York





Study: 4-poster tick management devices worked here June 28, 2011 New York Shelter Island Reporter
A newly published final report on the five-year 4-Poster tick management study conducted on Shelter Island finds that tick populations significantly declined, for the most part, in areas where the deer-feeding devices were set up compared with the North Haven control site, where no 4-Posters were used.The state Department of Environmental Conservation announced Monday that the exhaustive, complex and highly detailed scientific report on the study, which began in 2007, has been completed and is now available online.



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