Bed Bug Outreach Efforts for 2013
Braband, Lynn; Frye, Matthew; Gangloff-Kaufmann, Jody
Bed bugs are small blood-feeding insects that invade human habitats, specifically homes, and thrive in places where people sleep. Over a span of about 15 years, bed bugs have become endemic in the United States. They affect people throughout the country, regardless of income or housing type, but disproportionately affect those who cannot afford adequate treatments and those who live in multi-unit housing.
New York State IPM Program
Community IPM; Homes; Humans or Pets