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  • The active ingredient in most commercial flea products is a form of nerve gas called Sevin!

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  • Carbaryl, one of the pesticides linked to skin cancer, is the active ingredient in the insecticide Sevin, which is widely used by consumers to kill pests in gardens and lawns.

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  • The agencies moved recently to restrict the use of three of the chemicals, including a widely used one with the trade name Sevin, near bodies of water that flow into salmon-bearing streams, and they're considering restrictions on 12 additional chemicals. Homepage

  • Carbaryl, known by the trade name Sevin, was first registered in 1959.


  • Burke said the Forest Service uses an insecticide called Sevin rather than Verbenone on lodgepoles deemed important to save, like some in campgrounds.

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  • (trade name Sevin), Aldicarb (trade name Temik) and a formulation of Carbaryl and gamma-hexachlorocyclohexane (trade name Sevidol).

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  • Carbamates, such as Sevin, are generally less toxic to mammals than are organophosphates.

    AP Environmental Science Chapter 16- Air, Water and Soils

  • In the group of carbamates, carbaryl ( "Sevin") is used to a limited degree in storage pest control.

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  • Sprays such as Sevin and other bug killers are effective, but Chism said people should consider more environmentally friendly means of extermination that won't kill bees and other pollinators. Top News Headlines

  • Dust formulations, such as Sevin dust, are particularly dangerous to bees because they stick to bees 'bodies as they visit plants and are then taken back to the hive and spread among hive members.

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