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Allan Showler

Allan Showler

Research entomologist Allan Showler, at the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service, is studying two organic dusts as a way to combat ticks that cause human and cattle diseases. One is a clay dust called kaolin, which is sold under the trade name Surround, and the other is a silicate dust sold as CimeXa. (Photo credit: Weste Osbrink, Ph.D.)

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