fenitrothion


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fenitrothion

an organophosphorus contact insecticide used in agriculture. Has a low toxicity for animals.
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gambiae mosquitoes remained fully susceptible to fenitrothion and showed a high mortality rate to bendiocarb (86.
merus from the Beluluane region of southern Mozambique, collected in 2000, did not show any indication of resistance to pyrethroids (deltamethrin and lambda-cyhalothrin), DDT, carbamates (propoxur and bendiocarb) or the organophosphate fenitrothion.
Fenitrothion is an insecticide and anti-rodent material which is widely used in farms and fields.
Most of the insects survived doses of fenitrothion that killed 80 percent or more of their undefended comrades within five days.
culicifacies to other insecticides, namely DDT, malathion, fenitrothion, bendiocarb and propoxur are given in Table III.
Fenitrothion 50 EC was applied as commercial emulsifiable concentrate formulation containing 50% active ingredient.
1991) documented whole body residues of fenitrothion in Pipistrellus pipistrellus the day after (0.
The substances, a long-time mystery, were identified as belonging to a nitrophnol category, including the so-called PNMC, which is created from decomposition of fenitrothion, a pesticide widely used in various countries, the team said.
In Canada, some of the most widely used pesticides employed for crop and forest protection are: azinphos-methyl, diazinon, fenitrothion, pirimiphos-methyl, trichlorfon, dichlorvos, and glyphosate.
Various kinds have been used (and abandoned) over the years, but in Australia, the three most commonly used control agents are the insecticides fenitrothion and fipronil, and the biological control agent metarhizium.
Try using insecticides such as Polysect, Fenitrothion or Sybol, which can be sprayed on to the tree in early summer.
AUSTRALIA's Plague Locust Commission uses the insecticide fenitrothion to control Locust populations in arid and semiarid areas of the continent.