acaricide


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a chemical agent used to kill mites

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To kill the fleas around the eyes, you may dip a piece of cloth or a feather into the acaricide and apply around the eye.
Univariate analysis of risk factors including temporal zones, species, breeds, sexes, age, management systems, tick infestation, previous tick history, tick control, types of acaricides used and interval of acaricides usages revealed a significant (P< 0.
For blackberry, synthetic acaricide alternatives to Agri-Mek (e.
Lastly, in second period an experiment to evaluate the residual acaricide effect of potassium silicate was also conducted in the second period.
Community-based programs for the control of Rhpicephalus-associated RMSF using long-acting tick collars on dogs and environmental acaricides (pesticides targeting ticks) have been found to be effective in reducing tick populations in homes and on dogs and in human disease cases (4).
Evaluation of five essential oils as botanical acaricides against the strawberry spider mite Tetranychus turkestani Ugarov and Nikolskii.
guidelines for evaluating the efficacy of acaricides against ticks (Ixodidae) on ruminants.
During our study, we initially were interested in determining the infestation rate in all the colonies and to highlight the acaricide activity of essential oils of rosemary and mint in order to develop a struggle against varroa [1].
Relationship between forage supply and the frequency of acaricide baths.
One study, a randomized, blinded, placebo-controlled, multistate trial assessing the effectiveness of acaricide barrier sprays, involved [approximately equal to] 2,700 households in 3 states, with outcomes measures including tick density on acaricide-treated properties, the number of tick-human encounters, and the number of tickborne diseases in humans.
Permethrin is widely used as an insecticide, acaricide and insect repellant.