Apply Pesticides Correctly: A Guide for Commercial Applicators
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticide Programs, 1976 - Pesticides
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adulticides animal annoy areas attaches its nits average feeding range bats bed bug beneﬁcial birds black widow spider bloodsucking body louse burrow cause severe CHEMICAL CONTROL includes chiggers cockroach common species crab louse cracks and crevices domestic ﬂy domestic rodents dry food EYE GNATS ﬁne ﬁsh ﬂea ﬂesh ﬂies ﬂooded ﬂoors food and harborage fresh rodent signs garbage ground habitat head louse hosts HOUSE MOUSE houseﬂy infestation kill larvae larval stages larvicides leave rubmarks mattress ment mites moist places mosquitoes mosquitoes overwinter myiasis NONCHEMICAL CONTROL includes Norway rat organophosphates ounce of dry ounce of water personal protection pesticides pests and vectors poison baits prevent ﬂy public health pests pupa quito repellents for personal reservoir roof rat runways salt marshes Sanitary landﬁlls sanitation scalp screens spaces of cabinets speciﬁc stages of nymphs SUCKING LICE transmit diseases transmitting the pathogens traps two-winged insects usually vegetable culls water each day Wingless yellow jackets