Minimal tillage and intermittent flooding farming systems show a potential reduction in the proliferation ofAnophelesmosquito larvae in a rice field in Malanville, Northern Benin

Djegbe, Innocent; Zinsou, Merdie; Dovonou, Edia Flavien; Tchigossou, Genevieve; Soglo, Murielle; Adeoti, Razack; Gbaguidi, Brice; Atoyebi, Seun; Chandre, Fabrice; Akogbeto, Martin; +2 more... Lines, Jo; Djouaka, Rousseau; (2020) Minimal tillage and intermittent flooding farming systems show a potential reduction in the proliferation ofAnophelesmosquito larvae in a rice field in Malanville, Northern Benin. MALARIA JOURNAL, 19 (1). ISSN 1475-2875 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12936-020-03406-2

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