insecticide

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insecticide

[in′sek·tə‚sīd]
(materials)
A chemical agent that destroys insects.
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Use of larvicides is less controversial than use of adulticides, although use of larvicides may lead to public concern about their effects on untargeted beneficial aquatic arthropods and vertebrates (Table).
It is the second such arrangement between the two companies; ADAPCO is also the exclusive distributor of Bayer's Permanone(R) adulticide.
Adapted to market additional MAPA 2012-203 for lot 2 a "supply adulticide for mosquito treatment in service activities LAV mosquito.
This summer, consumers have been helped in the fight against fleas with the recent introduction of Advantage Flea Adulticide, a once-a-month topical solution that is applied by parting the hair of the pet -- between the shoulder blades of dogs or on the back of the neck of cats -- and placing the solution directly onto the skin.
The Mosquito Adulticide Product Shall Be Delivered To Columbus Public Health Between 8:30 Am And 3:00 Pm,
Los Angeles, CA) organophosphate adulticide, applied at 500 ft (152.
You will need a product that contains both an adulticide and an insect growth regulator (IGR).
Since, the introduction of pyrethroids in the 1980s, no new adulticide has been approved for vector control by the World Health Organization.
adulticide has received approval in California from the EPA for mosquito control efforts over cropland and pastureland.
Hopkins and co-authors (1975) showed that areas utilizing ultra-low-volume aerial adulticide spraying experienced a reduced infection rate of Saint Louis encephalitis virus (SLEV; Flaviviridae family, Flavivirus genus) in Texas.
In the present study, malathion showed adulticide, repellency and feeding deterrence significantly higher than the control.