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Harold Maxwell-Lefroy and the Management of Pestiferous Insects in Urban Environments in the Early Decades of the 20th Century
‘This book provides the opportunity for an alternative career option for entomology graduates from agriculture to household pests. … Most of them look for opportunities to work in fields related to agriculture or chemical industry. This book opens up avenues to take the subject of entomology as an entrepreneurial venture… .’
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