temephos

temephos

an organophosphorus insecticide.
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Temephos and fenthion have been found to be the most effective against the species as 100% mortality could be achieved with 0.
Besides, 200 kg Temephos and 180 kg Deltamathrin have also been provided for dengue spray.
They have been asked to ensure mechanical, biological as well as chemical control of malaria through anti-mosquito spray and use of temephos into all water containers and reservoirs.
All the occupational workers were exclusively handling organophosphate pesticides (OPs) that were pirimiphos methyl, chlorpyrifos, temephos and malathion.
The authorities said if coolers can't be emptied, Temephos granules, provided free of cost by the MCD, should be put in once a week.
Also, larvicidal activity of the present formulation was many fold lesser compared to some chemical products (such as temephos, fenthion, etc.
Chemical control using DoD-registered larvicides (larval stage insecticides) such as methoprene, temephos, and Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti) and various adulticides (adult stage insecticides) has proven effective in managing both larval and adult populations respectively of Ae aegypti (52) However, these options have obvious limitations when it comes to deployments and protecting the Warfighter.
The number of breeding sites eliminated and treated with temephos increased from 15 988 to 21 390 and from 11 691 to 23 082 respectively during the study period.
The first group of pesticides under review are the organophosphate cholinesterase inhibitors, including temephos, fenthion, naled, chlorpyrifos, and malathion.
Limited Tenders are invited for Temephos And K-Othrine Flow
aegypti adults, of some pyrethroids and organophosphates, including bifenthrin, permethrin, and temephos.