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  Natural Insecticide
Effectively kills and controls ants, boxelder bugs, carpet beetles, crickets, earwigs, flies, mites, silverfish, slugs, snails, ticks, scorpions, almost any insects with a waxy coating will succumb to dehydration when the sharp dagger like points scratch it.
Dia-Secticide: "Environmental User Friendly Insecticide For Today's Generation." Comes in a 9oz.
Easy to apply to cracks, crevices or use as a duster for plants, cats, dogs, poultry or other livestock.
www.barnworld.com /sa/c/Natural_Insecticide.htm   (402 words)

  Insecticide Concentrates, Insecticides in Concentrate Form   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Concentrated insecticides are materials that are mixed with water (in most cases) and are then applied through pump sprayers, foggers or other approved type of insecticide dispenser.
When an emulsifiable concentrate insecticide (for instance) is mixed and sprayed on a wood surface, much of the active ingredient is absorbed into the wood or evaporates.
Acephate PCO Pro (also know as Orthene) is an indoor insecticide that has two primary purposes: for use in restaurants for cockroaches and other indoor pests and also for use in areas where German roaches have shown a resistance to synthetic pyrethroid insecticides.
www.pestproducts.com /insecticide_concentrates.htm   (2445 words)

  Insecticide Summary
The toxicity of inorganic insecticides depends on the presence of certain key elements; the toxicity of organic insecticides is determined by their molecular structure.
Lindane and other insecticides have had to be used as an alternative to DDT because the population of insects have become resistant to DDT.
Insecticide used for killing pests—most often insects, and arachnids—primarily comes in an aerosol can, and is sprayed into the air or nest as a means of killing the animal.
www.bookrags.com /Insecticide   (2435 words)

 Insecticide Use
The most common reasons that insecticides were applied were "routine application" (50.0% of fields, 70.3% of treated acreage) and "presence of pest on the basis of scouting" (48.4% of fields, 51.7% of treated acreage).
The insecticides were applied at planting (93.5% of fields, 95.4% of treated acreage), and were banded (67.7% of fields, 77.9% of treated acreage).
The most common reason insecticides were applied to a particular field was "presence of pest on the basis of scouting" (54.8%).
pmep.cce.cornell.edu /piap/fieldcorn94/fieldcorn4.html   (1197 words)

 Guidelines on the Use of Insecticide-treated Mosquito Nets for the Prevention and Control of Malaria in Africa
To correctly treat a net with an insecticide, a net of a given size/surface area is treated with an appropriate insecticide mixture (which has been prepared by mixing a specified amount of insecticide formulation, with a specified quantity of water) in order to obtain the target dosage of the insecticide.
Vector response to insecticides in terms of behaviour and insecticide susceptibility is an important determinant of the efficacy of ITMNs.
It is therefore necessary that the insecticide susceptibility or resistance status of the vectors be assessed, with the practical implications of resistances already encountered (especially at high levels) in different representative situations investigated.
www.who.int /malaria/docs/pushba4.htm   (4872 words)

 Tuttle's Brute® Insecticide @ Kyhorse.com
Brute® Insecticide for Horses controls horn flies for up to two weeks and controls biting and nuisance flies, gnats, mosquitoes, ticks and lice on horses.
Brute® Insecticide for Horses is one of the most concentrated permethrin products available for horses to assure maximum residual efficacy.
Brute® Insecticide for Horses is ready-to-use as a Wipe-on or a Pour-on treatment.
www.kyhorse.com /store/pest/brute.htm   (227 words)

 Welcome to mrtv3.net.mm   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This factory is set up to produce neem insecticide as substitute to the use of chemical insecticide that have damaged human beings and the environment.
To produce the insecticide, firstly, the neem seeds are cleaned with water and left to dry in the air.
For fruit-destroyed insects, the insecticide solution 2 oz (60 ml) can be mixed with one gallon of water, for the destructive insects –; that cause damage upon peanuts, sunflowers, flowers and vegetables – the 1 ½ oz (45 ml) of solution can be mixed with one gallon of water.
www.mrtv3.net.mm /pages/neem.html   (335 words)

 Insecticide Poisoning Information on Healthline
Insecticide poisoning is exposure to a group of chemicals designed to eradicate insects that cause affected persons to develop clinical signs that can progress to death.
Insecticides belong to a group of chemicals called organophosphates, used to protect against insects.
The confirmatory diagnosis for insecticide poisoning is a measurement of blood acetyl cholinesterase less than 50% of normal.
www.healthline.com /galecontent/insecticide-poisoning   (730 words)

 B1083 Insecticide Trials for Control of Tarnished Plant Bug on Cotton
Insecticides were typically applied with a high-clearance plot spray tractor with nozzles spaced for 38-inch (96.5 cm) row spacing at 19-inch (48.3 cm) centers (two nozzles per row) with one nozzle directly over the row and one directly between rows.
To make observations of trends and general comparisons of results between insecticide classes, years, or individual insecticides, the mean insect count for each treatment in each test was normalized against the mean insect count occurring in the untreated or water-treated check plots.
It is important to realize that small-plot insecticide evaluations against a highly mobile pest such as the plant bug may be negatively biased because of immigrating insects from surrounding cotton during the period of pesticide evaluation.
msucares.com /pubs/bulletins/b1083frames.htm   (3640 words)

 Corn rootworm insecticide consistency | Integrated Crop Management
In all tests, insecticides went head-to-head in their ability to protect corn roots from corn rootworm larval injury.
Any tests that did not challenge an insecticide's performance (no obvious root pruning in the untreated rows) were not included in the analysis.
Thimet is the only insecticide in these tests that cannot be placed in-furrow because of possible seed or seedling phytotoxicity.
www.ipm.iastate.edu /ipm/icm/1998/2-16-1998/crwconsist.html   (1038 words)

 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for insecticide
Chemical Insecticides The modern history of chemical insecticides in the United States dates from 1867, when Paris green proved effective against the Colorado potato beetle.
The concentrations of pyrethrum powder used in insecticides are nontoxic to...
Osmegen to Market First and Only EPA Registered Insecticide Chalk; Dead-Fast(TM) Insecticide Chalk is a New Alternative in the Battle to Control Bugs, and the Only Legal, Registered Insecticide Chalk Available in the United States.
www.encyclopedia.com /searchpool.asp?target=insecticide   (728 words)

A general use insecticide that mixes 6.4 ounces for clean...
Demon EC A general use insecticide for roaches, ants, sliverfishiders, and many other insects.
Demon WP A general use insecticide for use on roaches, ants silverfish, but NOT for fleas.
www.veatchchemical.com /cat5_1.htm   (121 words)

 Insecticide poisoning
Insecticide poisoning is exposure to a group of chemicals designed to eradicate insects that cause affected persons to develop clinical signs that can progress to death.
Insecticides belong to a group of chemicals called organophosphates used to protect against insects.
The confirmatory diagnosis for insecticide poisoning is the measurement of blood acetyl cholinesterase less than 50% of normal.
www.healthatoz.com /healthatoz/Atoz/ency/insecticide_poisoning.jsp   (747 words)

 Conquer Insecticide-Free Shipping
Conquer is a low odor long lasting insecticide designed to provide control of a broad range of pests.
Conquer Insecticide is labeled to kill: Ants, Brown Dog Ticks, Centipedes, Cockroaches, Crickets, Earwigs, Fleas, Millipedes, Spiders, Waterbugs
Conquer insecticide is labeled for accessible stages of granary insects:
www.doyourownpestcontrol.com /spec/pick-conquer1.htm   (306 words)

 insecticide - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Pest Control, any of a wide range of environmental interventions that have as their objective the reduction to acceptable levels of insect pests,...
Pest Control, bioremediation, descriptions and uses of insecticides, education about pesticides, effects of insecticides, effects of pesticides,...
Chemistry during 1949 was subject to the same uncertainties and indecisions that beset other industries and branches of science.
encarta.msn.com /encnet/refpages/search.aspx?q=insecticide   (123 words)

 Shoo-Fly organic insecticide ,automatic fly control system, Birth Alarm
specially formulated water based insecticides are biodegradable, are approved for use around humans and all other warm blooded animals, may be used in food processing facilities, bakeries, bottling plants, canneries, flour mills, hospitals, hotels, restaurants, schools and barns.
Our water-emulsifiable insecticides are organic, biodegradable, and are classified as a food additive when used as directed, and are approved by the U.S.D.A. Insects are knocked down and stay down.
Our insecticides are compatible with all other systems of this type, and meet or exceed the safety and effectiveness of all of our competitor's products.
www.whinny.org /shooflylenkistner.htm   (685 words)

 Vector Control | CDC Malaria
The insecticides also have repellent properties that reduce the number of mosquitoes that enter the house and attempt to feed.
These insecticides have very low mammalian toxicity but are highly toxic to insects and have a rapid knock-down effect, even at very low doses.
The development of resistance to insecticides used for indoor residual spraying was a major impediment during the Global Malaria Eradication Campaign.
www.cdc.gov /malaria/control_prevention/vector_control.htm   (2055 words)

The EPA fined 15 stores in California, Hawaii, Guam, and Nevada for selling illegal insecticides that present special safety risks to children because they can be misidentified as toys or candy.
insecticides • herbicides • cheminals • organic • home-made
Following up on previous articles about the use of insecticides, here are some more of our home-made insecticide recipes that are safe to use.
www.suite101.com /reference/insecticide   (953 words)

 Bt microbial insecticide - Tree care: Minnesota DNR   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The microbial insecticide, Bt, is a concentrated formulation of bacteria that kills the caterpillar stage of moths and butterflies.
Currently, it is registered and sold for use as an insecticide in over 50 countries for use against leaf-eating caterpillars.
Unlike chemical insecticides, the active ingredients in a Bt formulation are measured in BIU's (Billion International Units).
www.dnr.state.mn.us /treecare/forest_health/spraying/bt_insecticide.html   (812 words)

 Insecticide Toxicology   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Insecticide Toxicology is an eight-week, stand-alone three-credit hour graduate course on the principles of toxicology as they relate to insecticides and insect pests.
In the first weeks of Insecticide Toxicology you'll concentrate on the basic principles of toxicology, including toxicodynamics (penetration, metabolism and excretion), dose/response, and mode of action.
Remaining classes focus on issues that arise when insecticides are overused and mismanaged, including pesticide resistance, environmental contamination and risk management.
entomology.unl.edu /courses/toxbrochure.htm   (275 words)

There are six general classes of insecticides that affect the plants nervous system.
Surfactants and wetting agents increase the efficiency of application and rinsing of insecticides, only small amounts are required.
Insecticides are not the only solution, whether organic or inorganic.
www.simplyhydro.com /insecticide.htm   (1255 words)

 Insecticide-Impregnated Cattle Ear Tags
Research with insecticide ear tags fitted with a dye showed that the area immediately behind the ears and forward to under the eye and down to the back of the mouth are treated pretty thoroughly.
Insecticide residues may not last as long on these surfaces, or the fly may not remain on the treated area long enough to pick up a lethal dose.
However, some of the newer synthetic pyrethroid insecticides are active against flies in such small quantities, that much better reduction in face flies is seen.
www.uky.edu /Ag/Entomology/entfacts/livestc/ef505.htm   (1030 words)

There are tolerances for residues of imidacloprid and its metabolites on food/feed additives ranging from 0.02 ppm in eggs, to 3.0 ppm in hops (2).
Imidacloprid is a systemic, chloro-nicotinyl insecticide with soil, seed and foliar uses for the control of sucking insects including rice hoppers, aphids, thrips, whiteflies, termites, turf insects, soil insects and some beetles.
Imidacloprid based insecticide formu-lations are available as dustable powder, granular, seed dressing (flowable slurry concentrate), soluble concentrate, suspension concentrate, and wettable powder (1).
pmep.cce.cornell.edu /profiles/extoxnet/haloxyfop-methylparathion/imidacloprid-ext.html   (1629 words)

 Insecticide :: Online Catalog   (Site not responding. Last check: )
If local goals Insecticide resources permit, the use of strongly recommended and recommended interventions should be initiated or increased.A starting point for communities and health-care systems is Insecticide assess current tobacco-use prevention and cessation.
Insecticide 1977, the American Cancer Society (ACS) has sponsored the Great American Smokeout each year on the third Thursday in November.
Insecticide the comparison was concurrent or before-after).For each intervention reviewed, the team developed Insecticide analytic framework indicating possible causal links between the intervention under study and predefined outcomes of interest.
sukanah.org /insecticide.html   (327 words)

 Biodegradable Decoy Reduces Insecticide Use
He coated them with a concoction that included sugar and red latex paint, along with much smaller amounts of imidacloprid—an insecticide with low toxicity to mammals—than would normally be sprayed on trees.
Outside is a coating of sugar, latex enamel paint, and an insecticide such as imidacloprid.
Recharging with the insecticide is not needed, since it's insoluble in water and little washes off.
www.ars.usda.gov /is/AR/archive/jan00/decoy0100.htm   (1165 words)

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