insecticide


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insecticide

[in′sek·tə‚sīd]
(materials)
A chemical agent that destroys insects.
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Critical to the use of neonicotinoids as a systemic insecticide is delivery to the root zone, accomplished via seed treatment, drench application, chemigation, or in transplant water.
With insecticide application by air using high-pressure pumps of 2,500 lbs psi, special nozzles, proper aerial application altitude and wind drift, mosquito control is achievable for several miles downwind with minimal spray deposit below the aircraft, as a result of improved atomization of the insecticide.
gambiae mosquitoes from Tiassale are resistant to all insecticide classes, and resistance is extremely prevalent; more than two thirds of mosquitoes survived the diagnostic dose for 4 of the 5 insecticides tested (Table 1).
Our strategic aim is to provide three new active DONATION: ingredients for use in public health insecticides by 2020.
2004--CruiserMaxx[TM] Pak, which contained the first systemic seed treatment insecticide, introduced to the soybean market.
Chemical insecticides can also give rise to pesticide-resistant mosquitoes.
Lucintel, a leading global management consulting and market research firm, has analyzed global insecticide industry and offers its findings in its comprehensive research report, "Global Insecticide Industry2012-2017:Trend, Profit, and Forecast Analysis.
Active Ingredient To Be Pyrethrin, 1% Minimum, Uld Bp-100 Insecticide Epa Reg.
We have been able to draw upon experience from other pest control situations, including agriculture, where mixtures have been shown to be very effective in situations where insecticide resistance is present , said Frederic Schmitt, Global Project Manager Vector Control at Bayer CropScience s Environmental Science Division.
But, like insecticide application methodology, it may be beyond the scope of the book.
Farmers' decision to use insecticide is eventually a response to DBM attack that is perceived to be the main cause of loss.