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  • noun Plural form of acaricide.

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Examples

  • Miticides (also called acaricides) Kill mites that feed on plants and animals.

    Types of pesticides

  • Spray the ear with a tickicide (the correct name for these tick killing chemicals is 'acaricides').

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  • The tannic acid denatures mite excreta and particles and cat dander as well so that they are no longer allergenic; the acaricides kill the mites.

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  • The tannic acid denatures mite excreta and particles and cat dander as well so that they are no longer allergenic; the acaricides kill the mites.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • The tannic acid denatures mite excreta and particles and cat dander as well so that they are no longer allergenic; the acaricides kill the mites.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • The tannic acid denatures mite excreta and particles and cat dander as well so that they are no longer allergenic; the acaricides kill the mites.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Kaaya, G.P. (1997): Ticks and tick-borne diseases in Africa: economic importance, control problems with acaricides and new hope based on use of neem compounds.

    4. Case studies of small-scale semi-industrial neem processing in Kenya, Thailand, the Dominican Republic and Nicaragua

  • The tick vectors are numerous and widespread and tick control with acaricides (chemicals intended to kill ticks) is only a realistic option for well-managed livestock production facilities.

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  • The first organo-phosphate compounds were developed during the Second World War by a German team researching nerve gases, and are some of the most toxic substances known to mammals and birds. 29 Used as contact and systemic insecticides and acaricides (materials toxic to mites), they have replaced organochlorines for many uses because they break down relatively quickly.

    5. How plants live and grow

  • Nitrophenols are used primarily as herbicides and fungicides, but also as insecticides and acaricides.

    5. How plants live and grow

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