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S.K. McDonald, Bugwood.org
Safe Disposal of Pesticides - Articles Articles
Read the pesticide label for specific disposal instructions. More
Symptoms of Pesticide Poisoning
Symptoms of Pesticide Poisoning - Articles Articles
The symptoms of pesticide poisoning can range from a mild skin irritation to coma or even death. Different classes or families of chemicals cause different types of symptoms. More
Common Urban Pests: Identification, Prevention, and Control
Common Urban Pests: Identification, Prevention, and Control - Articles Articles
This article provides brief descriptions of common urban pests, including cockroaches, bed bugs, ants, moths, and more. More
Using Insect and Tick Repellents Safely
Using Insect and Tick Repellents Safely - Articles Articles

Using Insect and Tick Repellents Safely

Steve Jacobs, Sharon I Gripp

Repellents are chemicals applied to provide relief and protection from mosquitoes, ticks, and other biting pests. Proper and safe use of these chemicals is necessary. More
Legal Actions Regarding Artillery Fungus
Legal Actions Regarding Artillery Fungus - Articles Articles
Frequently asked questions regarding artillery fungus and possible legal actions. More
Solutions to Artillery Fungus
Solutions to Artillery Fungus - Articles Articles
Frequently asked questions regarding solutions to Artillery Fungus. More
Disinfecting Tools, Equipment, Pots, Flats and Benches
Disinfecting Tools, Equipment, Pots, Flats and Benches - Articles Articles
Prewash tools, benches, and equipment to remove soil and plant debris because disinfestants do not penetrate these well. More
Fungicide Resistance
Fungicide Resistance - Articles Articles
A fungicide disrupts either energy producing reactions or a chemical building (synthesis) reaction within the target fungus. More
USDA Forest Service - Region 8 - Southern, USDA Forest Service, Bugwood.org
Disposing of Used Pesticide Containers - Articles Articles
Take time to dispose of used pesticide containers properly. More
John C. French Sr., Retired, Universities:Auburn, GA, Clemson and U of MO, Bugwood.org
Suggestions for Reducing Drift and Impact to Sensitive Areas - Articles Articles

Suggestions for Reducing Drift and Impact to Sensitive Areas

Dwight Lingenfelter, William S. Curran, Ph.D.

The wind has been beneficial this spring to help dry the soil to allow field work but too much wind when you want to spray can be detrimental. More
Emergency Phone Numbers for Pesticide Spills
Emergency Phone Numbers for Pesticide Spills - Articles Articles
Taken from the How to Handle Chemical Spills fact sheet. More
How to Handle Chemical Spills
How to Handle Chemical Spills - Articles Articles
Information for pesticide applicators in the event of a chemical spill. More
Pollinator Health and Pesticides
Pollinator Health and Pesticides - Articles Articles
As a general rule, insecticides are more toxic to pollinators than fungicides and herbicides, but not all insecticides are toxic to pollinators. More
Choosing a Qualified Pest Management or Lawn Care Company
Choosing a Qualified Pest Management or Lawn Care Company - Articles Articles
When you discover a pest problem in or around your home, the first step is to identify the pest. More
Potential Health Effects of Pesticides
Potential Health Effects of Pesticides - Articles Articles
For all pesticides to be effective against the pests they are intended to control, they must be biologically active, or toxic. More
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