In some U.S. cities, bedbugs are becoming resistant to insecticides. Neonics are a common form of insecticides to eliminate and control bedbugs, but the new study has uncovered that many bedbugs are becoming resistant to this common mode of control.

Data was collected from homes in Cincinnati and Michigan and exposed bedbugs to four different types of neonics. The results were compared with lab bedbugs, which are known to be vulnerable to insecticides.


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