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  • MF3070
    Pesticide Metabolites

    For some pesticides, the active ingredient must be converted by the insect, mite, or plant into a lethal substance. These substances, metabolites, are the product of chemical reactions that occur naturally in cells during metabolism. Insecticides and miticides that work via metabolites are known as pro-insecticides or pro-acaricides. 2 p.

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  • MF3045
    Pesticide Mixtures: Understanding Their Use in Horticultural Production Systems

    Tank mixing combines two or more pesticides into a single spray solution. Mixing two pesticides may kill more insects and mites. Pesticide mixtures may be more effective on certain types and developmental stages of arthropod pests. 4 p.

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  • S19
    Agricultural Plant Pest Control, Category 1A

    Grasslands, non-crop agricultural lands, production of agricultural crops (including vegetables, feed grains, soybeans and forage, small fruits, tree fruits, nuts, tobacco, peanuts, and cotton). 128 pages, color.

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  • S33
    Interior Landscape Pest Management, Category 3C

    Production and maintenance of houseplants and other indoor ornamental plants kept or located within structures occupied by humans – houses, apartments, offices, shopping malls, other businesses, and dwellings. 36 pages, color.

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  • MF2946
    Carpenter Bees: Structural Pests

    Carpenter bees prefer old, soft, untreated, and unpainted wood. Carpenter bees are often confused with bumblebees. Structures infested with bees should have all entrance holes treated with insecticide. Treat individual holes and plug with caulking. Treating at night is most effective. 2 p.

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