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Synonyms for acaricide

a chemical agent used to kill mites


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Monitoring of acaricide resistance of Tetranychus urticae (Acari:Tetranychidae) from Korean apple orchards.
Sun spray oil is one horticultural oil, which is an effective acaricide with low toxicity to the environment (Miller 1997).
Relative safety of selected acaricides to three hemipteran natural enemies of planthoppers in rice ecosystem.
Pyridaben (2-tert-butyl-5-(4-tert-butyl-benzoylthio)-4-chloropyridazin-3(2H)-one) is a pyridazinone-derived acaricide that functions by binding its active site to a crucial co-enzyme in mitochondria (complex I at coenzyme site Q), and thus inhibits electron transport in phytophagous mites and insects (Denholm et al.
In the current system of livestock production in developing countries, the tick control can not be imagined without the use of acaricide despite the increasing resistant tick population.
The acaricide rubs off and kills ticks on the animal's head and neck, where 90 percent of adult ticks are found.
The unique polymer matrix of Seresto provides dose adjusted release of two proven active ingredients: imidacloprid, a very potent insecticide, and flumethrin, a highly effective acaricide.
Seresto is unique in including both a leading insecticide, imidacloprid, and the highly effective acaricide flumethrin.
The intervention included fitted mattress and pillow covers to the parent's and child's bed, laundry of bedding, and acaricide treatment of rugs and upholstered furniture.
Diazinon Insecticide, acaricide, nematicide used widley since 1952 on fruits, vegetables, field crops, range, grasslands & household insects.
One tick-fighting strategy is to spray an infested area with an appropriate insecticide or acaricide.
The first is used xenobiotic bifenazate, it is a selective acaricide belonging to the family of Hydrazine carboxylate that controls a variety of parasitic mites of ornamentals.
Zimmerman (1990), "Management of Lone Star Ticks in Recreational Areas with Acaricide Applications, Vegetative Management, and Exclusion of White-Tailed Deer," Journal of Medical Entomology, 27(4):543-550.
Rat pups displayed deficits in learning and retention of memory after exposure to the organochlorine insecticide and acaricide endosulfan (6 mg/kg bw) on PND2-25 (Lakshmana and Raju 1994).