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Pesticide-Contaminated Clothing Needs Washing Care, HYG-5117-94
... should not be worn during pesticide application. Research also indicates that fluorochemical soil repellent finishes for pesticide applicator protective apparel fabric reduce pesticide absorption, and ... second laundering. ScotchgardÆ is a trade name of a spray fluorochemical soil repellent finish. Soil repellent treated garments, though, require more vigorous laundering treatment to remove pesticide ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Plant Pathology Glossary
... air such as leaves, stems and fruit. The cuticle is water-repellent and aids the plant in conserving water by reducing the ... top D Damping off the collapse and rot of seedlings near soil level before emergence or soon after emergence. Damping off is caused ... fungicide. top T Tillage the process of turning or mixing the soil. Toxin in general, a poisonous substance of biological origin. Specifically, ...
bugs.bio.usyd.edu.au

Ants
... outdoors in stumps and logs where the wood contacts the soil and moisture is plentiful, but sometimes enter homes in search ... not spray any insecticides around the bait application. Sprays are repellent and if they contaminate the bait, the bait treatment will ... the Florida 3-Step Program. 1. Treat the perimeter with a repellent liquid or granular insecticide. 2. Broadcast bait with the appropriate ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Subterranean Termites
... Non-Repellent Termiticide" soil treatment because the termites are unable to detect the treated soil. Since they continue to tunnel freely through the treated soil they become exposed to the "Non Repellent Termiticide" by contact or ingestion and will die. Both repellent and non-repellent ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu
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Household Hazardous Wastes
... like other kinds of garbage. For example, buried wastes can filter down through the soil and contaminate groundwater. Plumbing systems can be damaged when corrosive chemicals are put ... contact cement drain cleaners fire extinguishers flea collars and sprays herbicides insecticides and insect repellent kerosene lawn chemicals lighter fluid lye mothballs nail polish remover old propane tanks paints ...
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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... by Category Topics Beneficial insects Flower growing Gardening hints Houseplant care Pests and pesticides Soil Weather and drought Composting Food preservation Herbs Lawn care Plant diseases Vegetable growing Weeds ... be useful in home gardens, in your compost pile or as a pest repellent, explained Dan Sullivan, soil scientist with the Oregon State University Extension Service. Let worms turn your ...
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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... Flower growing Gardening hints Houseplant care Pests and pesticides Soil Weather and drought Composting Food preservation Herbs Lawn care ... gardens, in your compost pile or as a pest repellent, explained Dan Sullivan, soil scientist with the Oregon State University Extension Service ... indicate a problem. Think like a plant when measuring soil pH Soil pH can make a big difference to the plants in ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - 4-AMINOPYRIDINE
... throughout the nervous system, overstimulating it [68]. While intended strictly for use as a bird repellent, accidental ingestion of as little as 60 mg has caused severe poisoning in adult humans ... feed upon birds killed by Avitrol [167]. Environmental Fate: Breakdown in soil and groundwater: 4-Aminopyridine is readily adsorbed to soil particles and is highly persistent [167]. It is broken down ...
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Deer-Away Deer & Rabbit Repellent
... Away Deer & Rabbit Repellent Prices now in US$ Shop in Can$ Your Account | Help | Contact Toll-Free Order Line: 1-877-356-7333 FERTILIZERS & SOIL ADDITIVES | WATERING PRODUCTS | TOOLS | PEST & ... , easy to use, biodegradable, non-toxic, economical and efficient. History Deer Away Deer & Rabbit Repellent was developed by Weyerhaeuser Corporation for use in reforestation to protect Douglas Fir seedlings ...
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Open Directory - Home: Gardening: Pest and Disease Control
... Forestry: Biologicals (86) Home: Homeowners: Pest Control (12) Recreation: Outdoors: Equipment: Insect Repellent (6) Science: Agriculture: Pests and Diseases (148) Science: Biology: Botany: Plant Pathology ( ... Mostly informational site about tree health, including pages on common pests, dealing with soil compaction, and mycorrhizal and fertilizer treatments. Also contact information for professional ...
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