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As part of a large research project covering a range of issues related to the challenges facing the strawberry industry, I tracked fumigant use in nine counties through California's pesticide reporting program from 2004 to 2013.
The above-mentioned companies have collectively accounted for the largest portion of the agricultural fumigants market in 2015.
Though effectiveness of volatile oils as fumigant has been well investigated but their activity at different concentration levels and exposure time against local strains of stored grain insect pests in Punjab Pakistan is yet to be evaluated.
The presence of protective MITC levels in metam sodium-treated timbers 7 years after treatment was surprising, because this treatment is considered to provide the shortest protective period of any fumigant treatment (Morrell and Corden 1986).
Their studies confirmed that good agricultural practices are critical factors in determining how much fumigant is released into the atmosphere.
Fumigant toxicity of essential oil from Artemisia sieberi Besser against three stored-product insects.
castaneum adults was attributable to fumigant action.
Keywords: Conyza newii; Plenctranthus marruboides; Compositae; Labiateae; Anopheles gambiae; Fumigant toxicity; Essential oil composition; Perillaldehyde; Perillyl alcohol
The chemical was due to be phased out this year, but the US, European countries and Australia have secured the temporary right to continue using it as a fumigant in 2005-6, because of a lack of commercial alternatives.
Methyl bromide is a toxic fumigant used to control insects, nematodes, weeds, and pathogens.
During our waste disposal efforts," we worked with our fumigation subcommittee to establish our fumigation selection factors and select the fumigant best suited for our needs," Sgroi says.
On the other hand, use of methyl bromide gas as a soft fumigant is being limited because of concerns over depletion of the ozone layer.