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  • MF3070
    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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  • S158
    S158
    Pocket Guide to Common Pest Problems and Beneficials

    Publication features 40 of the most common garden insect pests and beneficials. It contains information on what the insects look like, life stages, damage, and what can be done to control them. 64-page, full color.

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  • MF2571
    MF2571
    Mosquitoes and West Nile Virus

    The female mosquito feeds on blood of an infected bird. Horses and people are infected by a bite from an infected mosquito. Less than 1 percent of people infected develop severe illness. Most mosquito bites do not lead to WNV infection. WNV cannot be transmitted from person-to-person or animal-to-person. 8 p.

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  • MF3045
    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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  • MF3001
    MF3001
    Mealybug: Management in Greenhouses and Interiorscapes

    Mealybugs are major insect pests of greenhouse and interior environments where they feed on a wide range of plants and are difficult to manage with insecticides. Species are the citrus mealybug, Planococcus citri, longtailed mealybug, Pseudococcus longispinus, and root mealybugs, Rhizoecus spp. 4 p.

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