Our Moth Pheromone trap is an effective, insecticide-free approach to moth control.
By disrupting the mating cycle of moths, these pheromone dispensers can help to effectively resolve moth problems on your premises.
In the long-term, this solution will help to keep your stored products safe from moth damage.
Contact Rentokil online to arrange a FREE site survey and discuss the use of our moth pheromone disruption system in your business.
Organism: Flavivirus, Kyansur forest disease virus.
The disease is restricted to southern India, where there are 4-500 cases a year, although similar fevers are thought to occur in Russia (Russian spring-summer encephalitis and Omsk haemorrhagic fever). Human infection can occur through a tick bite or from contact with small rodents and especially monkeys, in which it was first discovered in 1957.
Symptoms include high fever, headaches and haemorrhagic symptoms — bleeding of the nose, throat, gums and gastrointestinal bleeding. A vaccine is available but there is no specific treatment and full recovery can take months.