Nina Jenkins, a Penn State senior research associate in the department of entomology, front, and research technologist Dannielle Kroczynski, back, look at bedbugs stored in an environmental chamber, May 6, 2014. Researchers at Penn State have developed a bio-pesticide that kills bed bugs. The product is called Aprehend, which is a oil formulation of fungal spores.
Nina Jenkins, a Penn State senior research associate in the department of entomology, front, and research technologist Dannielle Kroczynski, back, look at bedbugs stored in an environmental chamber, May 6, 2014. Researchers at Penn State have developed a bio-pesticide that kills bed bugs. The product is called Aprehend, which is a oil formulation of fungal spores. CDT photo
Nina Jenkins, a Penn State senior research associate in the department of entomology, front, and research technologist Dannielle Kroczynski, back, look at bedbugs stored in an environmental chamber, May 6, 2014. Researchers at Penn State have developed a bio-pesticide that kills bed bugs. The product is called Aprehend, which is a oil formulation of fungal spores. CDT photo

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