bromophos

bromophos

[′brō·mə‚fäs]
(organic chemistry)
C8H8SPBrCl2O3 A yellow, crystalline compound with a melting point of 54°C; used as an insecticide and miticide for livestock, household insects, flies, and lice.
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The chemical Bromophos gives some protection but the best form of protection is to slip squares cut from foam carpet underlay over the newly transplanted seedlings, these collars preventing the root fly laying its eggs.
Tickicide Period of use Period of arsenic use Arsenic (trioxide) 1935-1955 Period of DDT use DDT 1955-1962 Benzene hexachloride 1955-1962 Early period of modern chemical use Coumaphos 1962-1965 Carbophenothion 1962 Carbaryl 1963-1970 Chlorpyrifos 1969-1974 Bromophos ethyl 1969 Dioxothion 1962-1976 Ethion 1962-1976 Chlordimeform 1973-1976 Cymyazole 1977-1986 Late period of modern chemical use Chlormethiuron 1977 Amitraz 1976-present Promacyl 1977-present Cypermethrin 1979-present Chlorfenvinphos 1979-present Flumethrin 1986-present Table 2.