BugZing was tested at the Hansen Molecular Vector Physiology Laboratory of New Mexico State University, which performs leading edge research on cell biology of disease-transmitting mosquitoes and other blood-sucking insects. The Hansen Laboratory included BugZing in tests of the leading commercial products. However, until BugZing receives EPA approval it cannot be a commercial product in the U.S. and therefore it wasn’t mentioned in this New Mexico State University press release that described the testing results. Download the PDFs of the reports prepared by NMSU on the efficacy testing of BugZing.
(Note: When the product was originally tested it was called BugBling)