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SEED TREATMENT PEST CONTROL

Seed treatment materials are usually applied to seed in one of four forms: dust; slurrif'< ~d. mixture of \,,'ettable powder in water); liquids; and planter-box formulations. Based on composition, seed treatment fungicides may be organic or inorganic, metallic or non-metallic, and, until recently, mercurial or non-mercurial.

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Termite Control: Answers for Homeowners Entomology

A typical treatment may involve hundreds of gallons of a liquid pesticide, known as a termiticide, injected into the ground along the foundation, beneath concrete slabs, and within foundation walls. In short, termite treatment is a job for professionals.

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Flea Control and Prevention Entomology

Treatment of Pets. The traditional approach for battling fleas typically involved concurrent treatment of both the pet and the premises. Revolutionary new products for eliminating fleas on pets have led to rethinking this long held approach. Fig. 4: Several effective products are available for preventing and eliminating fleas on pets.

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Controlling Insects in Stored Grain Entomology

The treatment offers protection for about one season and should be considered if the grain may be held for more than 6 months. Proper calibration of the application system is important to ensure even insecticide distribution throughout the grain. Protectants are effective against both beetle and caterpillar pests.

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Pest Control and COVID-19 Entomology

Can an “exterior perimeter treatment be performed? Many household pests (ants, spiders, crickets, millipedes, etc.) enter dwellings from outdoors. Consequently, exterior treatments applied around entry doors, garages, windows and foundations can be very effective at preventing such pests from entering.

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Bed Bugs Entomology

However, treatment can be expensive, often costing several hundred dollars. Those who cannot afford this may need to tackle the problem themselves. A step individuals can take to combat bed bugs is to install bed encasements. Encasing the mattress and box spring can help to eliminate a substantial portion of the population— especially if the

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Parasitic Mites of Humans Entomology

A second treatment may be necessary to eliminate an infestation of scabies mites, but patients should avoid overzealous pesticide treatment since itching may persist for a week or more after treatment and does not necessarily indicate treatment failure. Scabies mites cannot live off of a human host for more than 24 hours.

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Boxwood Psyllid Entomology

Check several days after treatment to see if live nymphs are still present and treat again if necessary. Residual insecticides – Products containing active ingredients such as acephate, cyfluthrin, cyhalothrin, permethrin malathion, or spinosad can be sprayed on the foliage in early to mid-May to control high infestations of nymphs.

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Asian Lady Beetle Infestation of Structures Entomology

Exterior Barrier Treatment - While sealing cracks and openings is a more permanent way to limit beetle entry, the approach is time-consuming and sometimes impractical. There can be countless cracks associated with eaves, siding, vents, etc. where insects can enter. On multi-story buildings, sealing becomes even more difficult.

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Sowbugs and Pillbugs Entomology

Insecticide treatment may also be warranted along foundation walls in damp crawl spaces and unfinished basements. Various insecticides sold in hardware/lawn and garden shops are effective, including Sevin, and permethrin (Spectracide Bug Stop). Treatment can be accomplished with a compressed air (pump up) or hose end sprayer.

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Insect Borers of Trees and Shrubs Entomology

Insect Borers of Trees and Shrubs. Wood-boring insects are among the most destructive pests of ornamental trees and shrubs. Most borers are the larvae (immature stages) of certain moths and beetles. They tunnel and feed under the bark in living wood, destroying water- and sap-conducting tissues. This causes girdling, branch dieback, structural

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Wireworms Entomology

Wireworms are most often a problem in fields that have been in sod for many years, particularly bluegrass sod. These fields may have populations of wireworms that can cause damage to corn, soybeans and some vegetables. With wireworms, there is no effective rescue treatment once symptoms of damage is observed.

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BARRIER TREATMENTS

treatment, versus traditional insecticide sprays. This publication will help consumers understand the various approaches, in order to make a more informed purchasing decision for pest management of termites. TERMITE BASICS . Subterranean termites, the variety common to Kentucky and most other states, live below

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Management of Head Lice Entomology

Treatment of the premises or clothing with insecticides is generally not required or recommended for the control and prevention of head lice. This is because the lice cannot survive for any extended length of time off of their human host.

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How to Pest-Proof Your Home Entomology

Consider applying an exterior (barrier) treatment with insecticides. While sealing is the more permanent way to exclude pests originating from outdoors, comprehensive pest-proofing is labor-intensive and sometimes impractical. For clients requiring an alternative, pest proofing can be supplemented by an exterior treatment with an insecticide.

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Brown Recluse Spider Entomology

Brown recluse spiders are difficult to eradicate, largely because of their secretive habits. Virtually any dark, undisturbed area can serve as harborage, and many such places occur within buildings. Because of this (and the potential health threat), treatment is best performed by professionals.

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Cockroach Elimination in Homes and Apartments Entomology

Insecticide Treatment. Although good housekeeping is helpful, insecticides are usually necessary to eliminate infestations, especially of German cockroaches, which are highly prolific. Cockroaches spend little time out in the open; places that are …

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MYSTERY BITES: Insect and Non-Insect Causes Entomology

No treatment of the premises is needed since these mites cannot survive off a human. Various mites living indoors also infest stored food products such as grains, meats, cheese and dried fruit. Food and mold mites tend to infest items stored for long periods that have become moist or …

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Greenhouse Insect Management Entomology

Highly organic soils and potting mixtures containing peat are attractive to egg-laying fungus gnats. Sprays or drenches containing Bacillius thuringiensis Serotype H-14 (Gnatrol) can be used to control fungus gnat larvae on ornamentals and nursery plantings in the greenhouse. This treatment is not effective against shore flies. Thrips

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Tuliptree Scale Entomology

Tuliptree scale is a large soft scale species that can infest poplar, magnolia, tulip poplar, and other landscape trees.. As female tuliptree scales mature they become spherical and can cause limbs to appear warty. They also produce large amounts of honeydew and attract black sooty mold. Management can depend on using a dormant oil in the winter to control overwintering …

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Powderpost Beetles Entomology

Lyctid powderpost beetles are small (1/16-1/4 inch), narrow and elongated, reddish-brown to black beetles (Figure 2). Their emergence holes are round and about the size of a pinhead. The powdery dust feels like flour or fine talc, and often accumulates in small piles beneath or beside emergence holes.

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Do-It-Yourself Termite Baits: Do They Work

Product Description. Traditional termite treatments afford structural protection by creating a persistent chemical barrier in the soil. Termites attempting to penetrate the treated soil are either killed or repelled, and the remainder of the population are forced to find food elsewhere. Spectracide Terminate™ is an entirely different concept.

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Old House Borer Entomology

Consequently, de-infestation may not be successful. Structural fumigation may be warranted when infestations have spread into walls, between floors, and other areas where access for surface treatment or wood removal is impractical. The best way to avoid such problems is early detection and employment of other corrective measures.

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Meeting the Threat of the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Entomology

This treatment should be applied during spring (mid-March to early June) and fall (mid-September to mid-November). The ground should not be frozen or waterlogged but the soil should be moist. Research indicates that the treatment requires at least 30 days to be taken up by the tree, but it can kill adelgids for about 24 months.

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House Dust Mites Entomology

Of the treatment measures discussed below, numbers 1-3 are generally considered most essential and effective, whereas the others may provide some secondary benefit. 1. Remove or modify furnishings that accumulate dust and provide habitat for dust mites.

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Euonymous Scale Entomology

There are two insecticide options when considering management of euonymus scales, doing a systemic treatment or treating the crawlers directly. Whichever you choose, management may take repeated applications over a couple of growing seasons. Treating with Systemic Insecticides

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Cutworm Management in Corn Entomology

A rescue treatment may be necessary for moderate to heavy infestations even when a preventive treatment was used at planting. While reduced tillage is encouraged for soil and energy conservation, fields using these practices tend to have higher levels of …

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Oystershell Scale Entomology

Oystershell scale is a common armored scale that can infest more than 100 plant species. Among the common hosts are lilac, ash, dogwood, maple, and willow. Males and females are about 1/10" inch long and resemble oyster shells. Their drab, bark-like appearance makes them easy to overlook, even on close inspection.

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Chestnut species and jasmonic acid treatment influence

treatment) and Chinese (n = 30, 15 per treatment) chestnut galls were collected for estimation of tannin contents. Gall assessments Gall volume was calculated using the equation for ellipse volume, ((4/3) × π × radius 1 × radius 2 × radius 3), where radii 1-3 were measured with calipers on three different

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Juniper Scale Entomology

The female Juniper scale shell is a circular, flat, armored scale that attacks several species including junipers, cypress and eastern red cedar. They use their piercing-sucking mouthparts to feed on sap. The waxy covering of the female is dirty white with a yellow center, resembling a tiny fried egg. The male shell is smaller and narrower.

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Beet Armyworm in Kentucky Entomology

In general, a treatment is recommended in cole crops when 3 to 10% of the plants are infested. In fresh market tomatoes, treatment is needed when 3% fruit feeding (shallow, dry-cavities in the fruit) is noted. In snap beans, sprays for beet armyworm are recommended when 20-30% defoliation occurs before bloom or 10-15% after bloom.

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Bt Corn Refuges for Corn Borer Management Entomology

Treatment is suggested if egg masses average one per plant and egg hatch has begun or if 50% of plants inspected have live larvae feeding on the leaves or tassels in leaf axil or behind sheaths. If your examination indicates that half of the larvae have entered the stalk, treatment is not recommended. Revised: 11/19

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Powderpost Beetles and the Spirits Industry Entomology

Before treatment, dust and accumulated debris is brushed or otherwise removed to allow the spray to better wet the wood surface. Borates are also being applied preventively to new rickhouses under construction. Prior to or during construction, lumber is sprayed, dipped, etc., affording protection against infestation for many years.

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Whiteflies in the Greenhouse Entomology

Intensify monitoring efforts, and develop a plan of action for treatment. General “action threshold” pest densities such as 0.5 whiteflies/sticky card/day for young crops, or 2 whiteflies/sticky card/day for mature crops represent a starting point. However, the precise threshold at which action should be taken depends on many factors.

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Controlling White Grubs in Turfgrass Entomology

Preventive treatment often affords greater peace of mind to golf superintendents and some lawn service companies because potential damage is avoided or minimized. Preventive control requires the use of insecticides with long residual activity in soil. Several such products are available and give excellent control of newly hatched white grubs

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External Mite and Insect Parasites of Backyard Chickens

Check label for age restrictions of birds and re-treatment interval. - Keep newly-purchased birds away from others in the flock until the treatment course is completed. - Carefully dispose or thoroughly clean any crate, cage, or boxes in which purchased birds are transported to reduce the chances of CM infestation.

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Fall Armyworm in Corn Entomology

Fall armyworm causes serious leaf feeding damage as well as direct injury to the ear. While fall armyworms can damage corn plants in nearly all stages of development, it will concentrate on later plantings that have not yet silked. Like European corn borer, fall armyworm can only be effectively controlled while the larvae are small.

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Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) FAQs for Kentuckians Entomology

Treatment is an individual decision based on specific conditions. However, preventive insecticide applications generally are not recommended if known infestations are not within 15 miles of your location. If there is no quarantine for your county, identify ash trees on your property and keep them as healthy as possible through proper

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Borers That Attack Landscape Pines Entomology

Identification of the types of borers present will help to determine the best strategy to follow. Bark Beetles. Dendroctonus borers are the most aggressive borers in pines and attack and develop in all species of yellow pine, eastern white pine, and spruces.

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Eliminating Spiders Around Homes and Buildings Entomology

Persons bitten by a spider which they think is a brown recluse should try to collect the specimen and bring it to a qualified individual for identification. Positive identification by an expert will help the physician decide on the appropriate course of …

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Fletcher Scale Management

systemic treatment or treating the crawlers directly. Whichever you choose, management may take repeated appli cations over a couple of growing seasons. Treating with Systemic Insecticides . When dealing with soft scale species such as the fletcher scale, you can use a systemic treatment of imidacloprid (Bayer Tree & Shrub is one

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Facts about Fleas wherever else the pet rests, sleeps, or

Treatment of Pets . The traditional approach for battling fleas typically involved concurrent treatment of both the pet and the premises. Revolutionary new products for eliminating fleas on pets have led to rethinking this long held approach. Fig. 4: Several effective p roducts are available for preventing and eliminating fleas on pets.

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PSEP: Pesticide Certification Category List Entomology

Seed Treatment: Persons using pesticides on seeds. Aquatic Pest Control: The use of any pesticide purposefully applied to standing or running water, excluding applicators engaged in public health-related activities included in category 8. Right-Of-Way Pest Control: The use of pesticides in the maintenance of public roads, electric powerlines

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Termite Control: Answers for Homeowners

treatment may involve hundreds of gallons of a liquid pesticide, known as a termiticide, injected into th e ground along the foundation, beneath con-crete slabs, and within foundation walls. In short, termite treatment is a job for profession-als. A possible exception be if a mailbox might

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Cottony Maple Scale Identification & Management

sap for the rest of the summer. systemic treatment or treating the Males will complete their development by the end of the summer and mate with females before dying. Just before leaf drop, the small applications over a couple of growing fertilized females will move back to twigs and branches to spend the winter. There is one generation each year.

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Pests of cured meats

Sanitation, a "clean-out" treatment, and sealing of the storage area, are the keys to preventing problems. Sanitation is the foundation of a good storage program. The pests involved can survive on small pieces of mea t, trimmings, or grease, as well as a variety of other animal products. Thoroughly sweep out the area and vacuum it.

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Forestry Emerald Ash Borer – Industry Note August 2009 EAB

3) Review the treatment schedule for specific fumigation guidelines. Heat Treatment Schedule (Used primarily for treating firewood) Treatment: T314-a Heat treatment 1) Heat treatment procedures may employ steam, hot water, kilns, or any other method that raises the temperature of the center of the wood to at least 160°F (71.1°C) and

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