Fumigation pest management is a technique which utilizes high-pressure air to get rid of pests from your home or farm. It’s also a technique used to control ants and termites in the home. Fumigation pest management is occasionally known as a’compound treatment’. If you’re preparing for your pesticide certification evaluation for Private 1 classification (fumigation pest control) then take note of specimen tagging to find out about the following commonly used fumigation pest control products:
* Fumigation Control Approaches: Chemical (imidazole) Insecticides
* Imidazole Insecticides: Organic (non-chemical) Insecticides
* Biological (biological) Insecticides: Organic (non-chemical) Pesticides (Pesticides Not Used As Fumigation Pest Control Products). Biotic insecticides are normally a combination of a biological insecticide like an azoxystrobin (Cephalex and Fipronil) and a teratogen like fipronil. Teratogens are frequently used to control termites but can be harmful to humans and pets.
Fumigation Pest Control
* Commonly Used Fumigation Pest Control Products: Fumigation Dust (or Fertilizer Dust) – This is a fine spray that’s created from an odorless, nontoxic chemical like benzyl peroxide. This is not a spray that you would use in your garden, because it contains a volatile organic chemical. The objective of the dust is to stop termites and other …