Ministries of health and non-governmental organizations across four continents rely on our mosquito control products, equipment, and surveillance solutions to protect their residents from vector-borne diseases like Dengue, Zika, Chikungunya and Yellow Fever viruses, among others.
Our Natular® larvicides, containing its patented active ingredient, Qalcova brand spinosad, is a product derived from a naturally occurring soil bacterium and is the first IRAC Class 5 active ingredient used for vector control.
Natular products work to control mosquito larvae before they become flying, biting adults. Five of the formulations in our Natular portfolio of larvicides are WHO PQ Listed for Vector Control.
Insecticide resistance is a huge challenge in many countries, limiting the effectiveness of existing chemistries for mosquito control.
When Clarke introduced Cielo® Space Spray in 2019, an IRAC Class 4A chemistry, it added the first new mode of action in over 30 years and an additional IRAC Class of Chemistry to the global mosquito control toolbox. Cielo is a WHO PQ Listed space spray.
When a ministry of health puts its trust in Clarke and chooses one of our mosquito control products to protect public health and manage disease in its country, they get the full benefit of Clarke’s technical and operational expertise along with that product.
We are there every step of the way, training and guiding vector control professionals to maximize their public health investment in Clarke’s products and equipment for mosquito control.
WHO PQ Listed Products
Proprietary Mosquito Control Product Lines
We understand our actions and decisions matter. And they ripple across our organization, out to customers, throughout our industry, and into the global community.
Clarke’s Field Science team spearheads the fieldwork and trials conducted to assist with developing, and registering new and existing mosquito control products under EPA and Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) regulations, including the launching and post-launch work of new products with…
The use of drones as a product deployment and surveillance tool within mosquito control programs has steadily increased over the past years. Earning an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) certification is essential to utilizing and incorporating drones within a mosquito control…
While mosquito-borne diseases threaten human health worldwide, implementing an integrated mosquito management (IMM) system can go a long way toward mitigating those risks. Within the IMM network, the surveillance lever acts explicitly as a predecessor to larval or adult control…
Find out what a sustainable mosquito control program looks like for your community.