- Chemical control of pests
- Control of pests
- Eradication of pests
- Extermination of pests
- Pest eradication
- Pest extermination
- Pest management
- Pests--Chemical control
Exact Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
Earlier Established Forms
- found: Encyc. of pest management, 2002: p. 247 (Eradication of pests: Eradication is the elimination of reproducing populations of a pest species from a geographic area that is sufficiently isolated to prevent rapid recolonization. Most eradication programs target recently introduced exotic pest species, although some are at well-established species. Various pest management techniques can be used to achieve eradication, including pesticides, sterile insect release, and application of pheromones. The chances of successful eradication increase if species have a limited range and can be easily managed at low-density levels. If eradication appears infeasible or unprofitable the project should assume a containment and or suppression strategy.)
subdivision [Control] under individual and groups of pests, e.g. [Rats--Control; Plant parasites--Control]
- 2004-02-23: new
- 2004-04-06: revised
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