A substance or mixture of substances that produces gas, vapor, fume, or smoke intended to destroy insects, bacteria, or rodents.
Highly volatile chemical that kills mice, insect, weeds, and other living organisms.
A gaseous substance used to disinfect an object or to destroy pests.
(v. fumigate) a gas or volatile substance used to kill or inhibit the growth of microorganisms or other pests
a substance such as vapor or smoke used to disinfect or destroy pests
Liquid or solid chemical that forms vapours that kill organisms. Particularly used in the treatment of areas difficult to penetrate with sprays or other pesticidal formulations, e.g. soils.
A chemical, which at a particular temperature and pressure can exist in a gaseous state in sufficient concentration and for sufficient time to be lethal to insects and other pests.
a chemical substance used in fumigation
a chemical that exists as a gas at ambient temperatures and pressures or produces a gas from solids or liquid
a chemical, which, at a normal ambient temperature and pressure, exists in the gaseous state and is lethal to the target pest
a chemical which, at required temperature and pressure, can exist in a gaseous state in sufficient concentration to be lethal to a given pest organism
a pest control product that, at a specific temperature and pressure, can exist in the gaseous state in sufficient quantities to be lethal to a pest organism
a pesticide chemical, that at the proper temperature, is in the gaseous state in a high enough concentration that it will be lethal to the pest organism
a pesticide that has a significant vapour pressure at normal temperature and pressure
a pesticide that is vaporized to kill pests
a poisonous gas that kills when absorbed or inhaled
Vapor-active chemical used in the gaseous phase to kill or inhibit the growth of microorganisms or other pests.
A pesticide that is (or produces) a gas or vapour that is used to kill pests (including weeds) in soil, stored products or buildings.
A chemical that forms vapors (gases) which is used to destroy weeds, plant pathogens, insects or other pests.
A substance which functions or disperses as a gas and as such, can destroy pests and diseases, e.g. methyl bromide.
Chemical used in the form of a volatile liquid or a gas to kill insects, nematodes, fungi, bacteria, seeds, roots, rhizomes, or entire plants; usually applied in an enclosure of some kind or in the soil with a plastic or water surface seal.
A liquid or solid substance that forms vapors that destroy pathogens, insects, etc. Fumigants are usually used in soils or closed structures.
Substance that is vaporized in order to kill or repel pests.
A gas or volatile substance that is used to disinfest certain areas of various pests. ()
A pesticide vaporized to kill pests. Used in buildings and greenhouses.