aphicide

aphicide

(ˈeɪfɪˌsaɪd; ˈæfɪˌsaɪd) or

aphidicide

n
any substance used to kill aphids
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The plants were sprayed with an aphicide and transferred to cages in the climatic room.
The impact of aphicide drenches on Micromus tasmaniae (Walker) (Neuroptera: Hemerobiidae) and the implications for pest control in lettuce crops.
"If this threshold is exceeded a reduced dose aphicide approach as described in HGCA Topic Sheet No 45 may be appropriate," he said.
Imidacloprid was an effective aphicide in the field experiment, but it is not labeled for use in production of soybean.
A parasitic soil nematode and a new, systemic aphicide proved their worth in purging the pest in both lab and field tests.
Plus, they also use insecticides, fungicides, aphicides, etc.
Toxicity of certain acaricides, aphicides and pyrethroids to larvae of Chrysopa boninensis Okamoto, Chrysopa congrua Walker and Chrysopa pudica Navas.
Control of PRSV includes rouging infected plants and spraying them with aphicides. However, rouging cannot stop the spread of the disease once it is established.
Behavioral response of Myzus persicae (Homopetra: Aphididae) probing on pepper plants treated with aphicides. Journal of Economic Entomology, 90(6):1628-1634.
Many home gardeners prefer vegetable- or plant-based soaps as effective aphicides.