The concept of using biological agents in warfare is not new. Microbial population is a highly diverse and a ubiquitous group among the living world.
One possible way for Advanced Biological Warfare is through aerosols. This can be ineffective as the materials often get clogged when spraying. Biological agents distributed by air may also be destroyed by UV light or rain may wash them away.
Arun Kumar; Biothreats - Bacterial Warfare Agents
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