nematicide


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nematicide

[nə′mad·ə‚sīd]
(materials)
A chemical used to kill plant-parasitic nematodes. Also spelled nematocide.
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After one particularly successful experiment where I combined two machinery parts to apply soil treatments, I was able to increase the effectiveness of my nematicide application by a further two weeks.
Non-fumigant nematicides such as organophosphates or carbamates are neurotoxins (cholinesterase inhibitors) and do not exhibit broad-range disinfestation properties typical of C[H.
Two of the three major banana-producing companies in Central America switched to other, more expensive nematicides in 1977, but Standard Fruit continued using Nemagon.
Fungicides and nematicides are important groups of pesticides for banana production in several countries, including Australia (e.
A RESEARCH project at Harper Adams University College aims to find out whether soil type can influence the effectiveness of nematicides on potato cyst nematodes.
The reporters saw workers applying terbufos, a nematicide classified as extremely hazardous by the World Health Organisation.
Velum / Verango : a new ground-breaking nematicide from Bayer
2) carbamate/insecticide, nematicide Carbaryl N-Methyl 44.
ADPnews) - Ocy 30, 2009 - Belgian agriculture and biotechnology products and services company Devgen NV (EBR:DEVG) said today that together with Turkish plant protection products provider Dogal AS it received approval by the Turkish Ministry of Agriculture for the use of Devgen's nematicide Devguard in eggplants and peppers under protective cover.
Methyl bromide (MB) is widely used as an insecticide, nematicide, herbicide, and fungicide.
Diazinon Insecticide, acaricide, nematicide used widley since 1952 on fruits, vegetables, field crops, range, grasslands & household insects.