A chemical treatment applied to animals to kill ticks and prevent transmission of tick-borne pathogens.
crop protection agent for combating mites
Acarida are a subclass of the athropods, ticks and mites. Chemicals used for killing or preventing ticks and mites in crops or animals. Some of the early chemicals (eg endosulphan) may have also had a suggested endocrine disruptor function. (More? Endocrine Notes)
Substance intended to kill mites, ticks or other Acaridae.
A chemical which kills mites, ticks and spiders.
a chemical agent used to kill mites
a material used primarily to control plant-feeding mites, especially spider mites
A pesticide formulated to kill, harm, repel or mitigate one or more species of spider, mite or tick as the target organism.
A substance that kills mites or ticks.
A pesticide that controls mites and ticks.
a chemical which kills and controls mites and ticks
A pesticide that is used to kill mites and ticks, or to disrupt their growth or development.
(back to: Farming/Spreading Pesticides/Mites, Ticks and Spiders) A pesticide used to control mites and ticks. Same as miticide.
The class of pesticides used to kill mites and ticks; also known as "miticide."