systemic action

systemic action

The method by which certain weedkillers and pesticides are absorbed into and distributed around the whole plant.
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And the FA don't take any serious systemic action because they don't want to confront the big clubs.
5 per cent SC is odourless and has relatively low toxicity towards people and pets; it has contact and systemic action and impairs the physiological activity of termites.
Through systemic action, NSAIDS can increase the permeability of bowel mucosa [8, 9] (confirmed by scintigraphy with radioactive marker) as well, which induces increased protein losing into the bowel.
So, what can mainstream institutions do to create systemic action where we (as humans and non-human relatives) can come together because of our differences, rather than choosing to be separated by them?
Yet systemic action is hampered by the fact that consumerism has become self-reinforcing: those with significant roles in the system who try to rein it in get whacked, while those who help it expand get stroked.
Systemic action research; a strategy for whole system change.
Such scarcity does not reflect lack of interest or of effort, but rather that the subject of "what we can do, as systemists, to alleviate the profound predicament society is in' lends itself more to an ongoing dialogue and face-to-face discussion and, even more, to systemic action in the field, than to a written description 'as if we had the solution'.
Provado Vine Weevil Killer 2 uses a systemic action to help control vine weevils.
It acts by contact and systemic action against whitefly, greenfly, blackfly, mealy aphid and woolly aphid, as well as vine weevil and lily beetle.
Allow the systemic action to kill the couch over a period of about six weeks.
These are best controlled with a spray and because the fungi is sporing all over the plant, you really want to go for a systemic action control.
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