chemical spray

chemical spray

[′kem·i·kəl ′sprā]
(ordnance)
Aerial release, or device for aerial release, of liquid war gas for casualty effect, or of liquid smoke for aerial smoke screens.
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'To safeguard health security of the public henceforth, no person or group of people should carry out any chemical spray of public health importance without the consent of the Ministry of Health through its relevant agency'.
CUT the bottom off an empty pop bottle and fix it to your sprayer lance to stop chemical spray drift when treating persistent weeds growing between flowers.
The school administration said that they don't know who sprayed the chemicals and this isn't the first school to be affected by a chemical spray. Two hundred and ten students from two schools have been affected in the past nine days.
The proposed computer vision approach to locate insect incidence and severity, as well as the use of a decision tool for directed spraying with an autonomous robotic system will be a fundamental change from existing techniques of agricultural chemical spray applications.
A pilot survived the crash of a chemical spray plane he flying in Lambayong, Sultan Kudarat Saturday dawn.
At the onset of the spring season, a toxic spray will be done on the poisonous herbs apart from the chemical spray in still water.
The police raided the suspects' hideout in their village; they arrested the two main accused and six of their accomplices and recovered the chemical spray the suspects used to intoxicate the children to kidnap them.
He further said that some farmers used chemical spray against PBW as precautionary measure which was not advisable by the Agriculture department as sometimes haphazard sprays of chemicals results into infestation of whitefly increase in the field.
The chemical spray can reach temperatures of 100C, instantly killing other insects or immediately burning human flesh.
"The mask may have been to try to negate the effects of the chemical spray he brought with him," Aaron said.
Farmers are concerned that the pesticides will contaminate the soil and poison their crops but the ministry assured them that the chemical spray is organic.
When police tried to stop them, the activists responded using flare guns and a chemical spray that caused eyes to tear up.