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Command Performance The USFS presents its annual Termiticide Report for 2014Author(s): Thomas Shelton; Donald Fye; Juliet Tang; Mark Mankowski
Source: Pest Management Professional March 2015; pp. 42-46.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Forest Products Laboratory
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USFS Termiticide Report for 2014
DescriptionFor a termiticide to reach the American market where it's available for purchase by pest management professionals (PMPs), it must be federally registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Chemical manufacturers wishing to register their products as a termiticide submit a registration package to the EPA containing fairly standard, nontarget toxicity and environmental fate studies, as well as efficacy data. The EPA uses all these factors to determine termiticide registration.
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CitationShelton, Thomas; Fye, Donald; Tang, Juliet; Mankowski, Mark. 2015. Command Performance The USFS presents its annual Termiticide Report for 2014. Pest Management Professional March 2015; pp. 42-46.
KeywordsTermiticide testing, pesticide regulation, termite control, termiticide efficacy
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