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Miticides are pesticides that kill mites. Antibiotic miticides, carbamate miticides, formamidine miticides, mite growth regulators, and organophosphate miticides are all in this category. the plane is spreading pesticide. ...

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All Miticides Are Not Created Equal (740 words)
When it comes to selecting a miticide to control spider mites or “mites” in landscapes and nurseries, there is sometimes confusion that all miticides are similar in terms of their use and the range of mites that they control.
However, miticides are not all created equal because they may vary in where they can be used and the target mites on the label.
The miticide is labeled for control of twospotted spider mite, clover mite, Southern red mite, and spruce spider mite.
Pyridine derivatives and insecticide and miticide comprising said derivatives - Patent 5262420 (11436 words)
The pyridine compounds and salts thereof exhibit a strong insecticidal and miticidal activity and are low in residuality and accumulativity and are thus useful as insecticides and miticides for the control of pests in agriculture and horticulture.
The insecticide and miticide of the present invention may be a form of ready-to-use preparations, or a concentrated formulation to be diluted before use, and may contain 0.1 to 99% by weight, preferably 0.5 to 80% by weight of the pyridine derivative or the salt thereof of the present invention.
The usual application rate of the insecticide and miticide of the present invention varies depending on various factors such as, type of target insect, condition and trend of emergence of pests, weather, form of the insecticidal preparation, mode of application, site to be applied, and time of the year.
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