insecticide


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insecticide

[in′sek·tə‚sīd]
(materials)
A chemical agent that destroys insects.
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The present study has been conducted to evaluate the efficacy of different insecticide formulations viz.
Dave Malone, IVCC Technical Manager, said "The collaboration with BASF gave us access to an insecticide with a rare combination of attributes: New to public health, effective against resistant mosquitoes, and able to coat polyester netting with a long-lasting formulation.
Part of the problem is that there were previously only four WHO-recommended insecticide classes for adult mosquito control: Only one of them, the pyrethroid class, was recommended for LNs.
Due to a long and dry spring and summer in 2015, volume sales of home insecticides increased, while unit prices recorded a decline, particularly in electric insecticides and spray/aerosol insecticides, which negatively affected value performance in the category in 2015.
Farmers' decision to use insecticide is eventually a response to DBM attack that is perceived to be the main cause of loss.
Cereals & Grains is the principal crop type category, which leads in insecticide consumption (both in terms of value and volume) through 2020.
Insecticide efficacy was determined by calculating the lethal concentrations ([LC.
Product coverage: Electric Insecticides, Insecticide Baits, Insecticide Coils, Other Home Insecticides, Spray/Aerosol Insecticides.
Buying unregistered insecticide products is dangerous to health since the active ingredient is unknown and may cause harm to consumers.
R] alleles and unprecedentedly high levels of phenotypic resistance to all insecticide classes available for malaria control.
The development of insecticide resistance has been studied in various Tephritid insect pests around the world.
Plots where Insecticide Provido was sprayed resulted in least attack of cutworm (2.