*just for the record*
So many lies about DDT and "greens" having killed 20Million children in Africa. So simple to debunk them all!
INSECTICIDES FOR RESIDUAL SPRAYING
DDT still not banned for malaria control
DDT is still one of the first and most commonly used insecticides for residual spraying, because of its low cost, high effectiveness, persistence and relative safety to humans.
Commonly available formulations: 75% water-dispersible powder (the most commonly used); 25% emulsion concentrate.
Dosage: 1 - 2g/m2 depending on the surface (more on mud-bricks, less on timber) and the length of the transmission period (the higher dosage lasts longer).
Storage: It is stable and can be stored in tropical countries without deterioration if heat, bright sunlight and high humidity are avoided.
In the past several years, we supplied DDT 75% WDP to Madagascar, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Sudan, South Africa, Namibia, Solomon Island, Papua New Guinea, Algeria, Thailand, Myanmar for Malaria Control project, and won a good reputation from WHO and relevant countries' government.