Definitions

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  • noun A pesticide designed to kill adult insects rather than their larvae

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Examples

  • Grand Forks, N.D., that city uses permethrin -- a biological adulticide that is safer for workers than the malathion Winnipeg uses.

    News & Features from Minnesota Public Radio

  • Application rates are less than three-quarters of an ounce of adulticide per acre and no diesel fuel is required to carry the chemical down to the mosquitoes.

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  • We may put a plane up and adulticide mosquitoes with the airplane.

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  • The truck-based spray system disperses a mosquito adulticide from a slow-moving truck at

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  • Application rates are less than three-quarters of an ounce of adulticide per acre and no diesel fuel is required to carry the chemical down to the mosquitoes.

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  • This product can be applied by conventional ground based ULV applications, however it is best suited as an aerial applied adulticide.

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  • Support for community mosquito reduction and education programs, combined with the use of proven larvicide and adulticide products, is the most effective action communities can take to prevent West Nile virus from becoming a major public health risk.

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  • The districts would be able to cover their 25-percent match through in-kind services, including adulticide application or the purchase of equipment used for mosquito-control purposes.

    Addison County Independent - Covering the 23 towns of Addison County, Vermont

  • The districts would be able to cover their 25-percent match through in-kind services, including adulticide application or the purchase of equipment used for mosquito-control purposes.

    Addison County Independent - Covering the 23 towns of Addison County, Vermont

  • Support for community mosquito reduction and education programs, combined with the use of proven larvicide and adulticide products, is the most effective action communities can take to prevent West Nile virus from becoming a major public health risk.

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