nematocide

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nematocide

[nə′mad·ə‚sīd]
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Hence, the improvement of other management practices and durable methods are immediately required to minimize the use of nematicides (Martin, 2003; Mukhtar et al.
Amongst such tools, phytochemicals have great potential as sources for new compounds that could be safely developed into novel commercial nematicides (Naz et al.
USPRwire, Wed Sep 23 2015] Nematicides Market by Type (Fumigants, Carbamates, Organophosphates, and Bio-Nematicides), Application (Agrochemicals, Industrial, and Others), and by Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Row) - Global Trends & Forecast to 2020
Corresponding author: Mohamed Salah Khalil, Assistant Researcher, Agricultural Research Center, Central Agricultural Pesticides Laboratory, Fungicides, Bactericides and Nematicides Department, Tel: 002/0100-929-7847; E-mail:melonema@gmail.
is performed through the use of fumigant nematicides (Metam sodium and Dazomet) or non-fumigants (Cadusafos and Carbofuran) (BARRES et al, 2006; LINAN, 2009; ICA, 2014), perhaps by their effectiveness in reducing levels population and its availability on the market (ARAYA, 2003; PERRY et al.
Our latest developments include fungicides, insecticides and nematicides with a biological mode of action for foliar and soil-applied uses and for use as seed treatments.
Based on type of Pest control, the pesticides market is segmented into herbicides, insecticides, fungicides and other pesticides that include nematicides, fumigants and other miscellaneous conventional pesticides, and other chemicals used as pesticides such as sulfur, oil, and sulfuric acid.
17,18,19) The chemicals used vary by country but have included the nematicides 1,2-dibromo-3-chloropropane, terbufos, fenamiphos, cadusafos, carbofuran, and ethoprophos; the fungicides thiabendazole, propiconazole, and imazalil; the insecticide chlorpyrifos; and the herbicide paraquat.
Il faut preciser que le Maroc utilise annuellement 14 mille tonnes de pesticides (herbicides, fongicides, insecticides, acaricides, raticides, nematicides et molluscides) qui contribuent sans aucun doute a la protection des cultures et a l'amelioration de la production agricole.