nematocide

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nematocide

[nə′mad·ə‚sīd]
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(1995) suggested that both herbicides and fungicides applied to banana were less toxic to insects than nematicides in soil and chlorpyrifos-treated bunch bags.
A nematicide is also advised when these cultivars are planted in highly infested fields to ensure acceptable yield and quality.
Among the nematicides used are (common trade names appear in parentheses) terbufos (Counter), fenamifos (Nemacur) and etoprop (Mocap).
The combination of these amendments at lower doses could be combined with the use of nematicides, as in the case of Furadan.
The company's MBI-302, a biological nematicide, utilises a new patent-pending species of bacteria, Flavobacterium sp.
VBC has state-of-the-art expertise in PGRs and is a worldwide leader in the research, development and commercialization of low-risk, environmentally compatible technologies and products such as biological insecticides and nematicides. This allows Valent U.S.A.
Nematicides and soil solarization are very effective for the control of nematodes, but these control methods are uneconomical.
Considering the phylloxera problem and the potential loss of preplant nematicides, a series of long-term rootstock trials have been established with table grape varieties.
Many chemical nematicides are being gradually prohibited for protecting vegetable crops.
In addition, we provide new product testing expertise for herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, nematicides and biopesticides, in different formulations, application and cropping regimes.