The Pesticide Encyclopedia

Editor/Author Paranjape, K., Gowariker, V. and Krishnamurthy, V. N., et.al.
Publication Year: 2014
Publisher: CABI

Single-User Purchase Price: $370.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $555.00
ISBN: 978-1-78-064014-3
Category: Science - Botany
Image Count: 965
Book Status: Available
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The Pesticide Encyclopedia provides a comprehensive overview of the fight against pests, covering chemical pesticides, biocontrol agents and biopesticides. It also covers interrelated topics such as pesticide toxicity, legislation and regulation, handling, storage and safety aspects, IPM techniques, resistance management, interaction of pesticides with soil and the environment.

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Table of Contents

  • About the Editors
  • Contributors
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgements
  • Frequently Used Abbreviations
  • A
  • 4-Allyl-2-methoxyphenol insecticide
  • 4-Aminopyridine (4-AP) avicide
  • Abamectin bioinsecticide
  • Abscisic acid as a PGR
  • Acaricide acrinathrin
  • Acaricide aldicarb
  • Acaricide aldoxycarb
  • Acaricide azinphos-ethyl
  • Acaricide bifenthrin
  • Acaricide butoxycarboxim
  • Acaricide chlorfenvinphos
  • Acaricide chlorpyrifos-methyl
  • Acaricide cyromazine
  • Acaricide DDT
  • Acaricide demeton-S-methyl
  • Acaricide diazinon
  • Acaricide dichlorvos
  • Acaricide dicrotophos
  • Acaricide dienochlor
  • Acaricide dimethoate
  • Acaricide disulfoton
  • Acaricide emamectin benzoate
  • Acaricide endosulfan
  • Acaricide EPN
  • Acaricide etofenprox
  • Acaricide fenamiphos
  • Acaricide fenpropathrin
  • Acaricide fluazinam
  • Acaricide flucythrinate
  • Acaricide formetanate
  • Acaricide formothion
  • Acaricide methiocarb
  • Acaricide monocrotophos
  • Acaricide oxamyl
  • Acaricide phenthoate
  • Acaricide quinalphos
  • Acaricide sulfotep
  • Acaricide sulfur
  • Acaricide tetrachlorvinphos
  • Acaricide thiometon
  • Acaricide vamidothion
  • Acaricides (miticides)
  • ACCase inhibitors
  • Acceptable daily intake (ADI)
  • Acceptable risk
  • Accumulator plants
  • Acephate insecticide
  • Acetamiprid insecticide
  • Acetic acid herbicide
  • Acetochlor herbicide
  • Acetohydroxy acid synthase (AHAS)
  • Acetolactate synthase (ALS)
  • Acetylcholine receptors
  • Acetylcholinesterase
  • Acid
  • Acid equivalent
  • Acifluorfen herbicide
  • Acrinathrin insecticide
  • Acrolein slimicide
  • Acropetal translocation
  • Activator adjuvants
  • Active ingredient
  • Acute inhalation toxicity
  • Acute oral LD50
  • Acute toxicants
  • Acute toxicity
  • Acylanilide herbicides
  • Adalia bipunctata (ladybug) as a biocontrol agent
  • Additives
  • Adjuvants
  • Adoxophyes orana granulosis virus as a biocontrol agent
  • Adsorption
  • Aerial spraying
  • Aerosols
  • Aflatoxins
  • Agapeta zoegana (sulfur knapweed moth) as a biocontrol agent
  • Agasicles hygrophila (alligator weed flea beetle) as a biocontrol agent
  • Agricultural insect pests – broad types
  • Agrobacterium radiobacter (bacterium) as a biocontrol agent
  • Agrobacterium radiobacter K1026
  • Agrobacterium radiobacter K84
  • Agrochemicals
  • Agroecosystem analysis (AESA)
  • AIA as a bioPGR
  • Air-blast sprayers
  • Alachlor herbicide
  • Alanycarb insecticide
  • Aldicarb insecticide
  • Aldoxycarb insecticide
  • Aldrin insecticide
  • Algicide copper octanoate
  • Algicide copper sulfate pentahydrate
  • Algicide dichlone
  • Algicide endothal
  • Algicide fentin acetate
  • Algicide monolinuron
  • Algicide nabam
  • Algicides (algaecides)
  • Alkali
  • Alkylating agents
  • Allelochemicals
  • Allelopathy
  • Allergen
  • Allethrin insecticide
  • d-Allethrin insecticide
  • Alligator weed flea beetle
  • Alloxydim-sodium herbicide
  • Alpha-cypermethrin insecticide
  • ALS inhibitors
  • Alternaria cassia (fungus) as bioherbicide
  • Alternaria destruens (fungus) isolate 059 as bioherbicide
  • Alternaria leaf spot
  • Aluminium phosphide rodenticide
  • Amblyseius mites as biocontrol agents
  • Amensalism
  • American bollworms
  • Ametryn herbicide
  • Aminoethoxyvinylglycine as a bioPGR
  • Amisulbrom fungicide
  • Amitraz acaricide
  • Amitrole herbicide
  • Amitus spiniferus (wasp) as a biocontrol agent
  • Ampelomyces quisqualis as a biofungicide
  • Ampholytic surfactants
  • Amphotericin B
  • Anaerobic infection
  • Anagrapha falcifera nucleopolyhedrovirus (AfNPV) as a bioinsecticide
  • Ancymidol as a PGR
  • Angiosperms
  • Anilofos herbicide
  • Animal Kingdom
  • Anionic surfactants
  • Annuals
  • Antagonism
  • Anthocorid bugs
  • Anthraquinone biorepellent
  • Antibiotics
  • Anticarsia gemmatalis nucleopolyhedrovirus (MNPV or AgMNPV) as a bioinsecticide
  • Anticoagulant rodenticides
  • Antidote
  • Anti-foaming agents
  • Antimetabolites
  • Anti-sporulants
  • Aphamide chemosterilant
  • Aphid
  • Aphid midge
  • Aphid mummy
  • Aphidius colemani as biocontrol agent
  • Aphidius ervi as biocontrol agents
  • Aphidius matricariae as biocontrol agent
  • Aphidius wasps as biocontrol agents
  • Aphidoletes aphidimyza (aphid midge) as a biocontrol agent
  • Apholate chemosterilant
  • Apiculture
  • Apophytes
  • Application equipment – hand sprayers
  • Application equipment – larger power-driven sprayers
  • Application equipment – sprayers
  • Aquatic weeds
  • Arsenic compounds as rodenticides
  • Arsenical inorganic insecticides
  • Aspergillus flavus isolates (fungus) as biocontrol agents
  • as-Triazine herbicides
  • Asulam herbicide
  • Asulam-sodium herbicide
  • Atomic absorption spectrometer (AAS)
  • Atrazine herbicide
  • Attractants
  • Augmentative or inundative method of biological weed control
  • Aureofungin biofungicide
  • Autographa californica nucleopolyhedrovirus as a bioinsecticide
  • Auxins
  • Avermectin
  • Avermectin B1a
  • Avermectin B1b
  • Avian repellents
  • Avicide chloralose
  • Avicide diazinon
  • Avicide endrin
  • Avicides
  • Azaconazole fungicide
  • Azadirachtin bioinsecticide
  • Azafenidin herbicide
  • Azamethiphos insecticide
  • Azinphos-ethyl insecticide
  • Azinphos-methyl insecticide
  • Azocyclotin acaricide
  • Azoxystrobin biofungicide
  • B
  • 1,4-Benzoxazin-3-ones
  • 2-Butene-1,4-diyl, bis (bromoacetate) slimicide
  • 6-Benzylaminopurine (BAP) as a PGR
  • Bacillus licheniformis (bacterium) as a biocontrol agent
  • Bacillus mycoides (bacterium) as a biocontrol agent
  • Bacillus pumilus (bacterium) as a biocontrol agent
  • Bacillus pumilus isolate GB34
  • Bacillus pumilus isolate QST 2808
  • Bacillus sphaericus (bacterium) as a biocontrol agent
  • Bacillus subtilis (bacterium) as a biocontrol agent
  • Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) as a biocontrol agent
  • Backpack sprayer
  • Bacteria
  • Bactericide 2-phenylphenol
  • Bactericide 2-(thiocyanatomethylthio) benzothiazole
  • Bactericide Bordeaux mixture
  • Bactericide copper hydroxide
  • Bactericide copper octanoate
  • Bactericide copper oxychloride
  • Bactericide di-halo
  • Bactericide formaldehyde
  • Bactericide fosetyl-aluminium
  • Bactericide kasugamycin
  • Bactericide nabam
  • Bactericide probenazole
  • Bactericide thiadiazole-copper
  • Bactericides
  • Bacteriocins
  • Baculoviruses as biocontrol agents
  • Bait
  • Bait selection and formulations of rodenticides
  • Banker plants
  • Banker weeds
  • Banned pesticides
  • BAP
  • Barium hexafluorosilicate insecticide
  • Barnyard grass
  • Basipetal translocation
  • Beauveria bassiana (fungus) as a biocontrol agent
  • Bees
  • Benalaxyl fungicide
  • Benalaxyl-M fungicide
  • Bendiocarb insecticide
  • Bendiocarb technical analysis
  • Beneficial organisms
  • Benomyl analysis
  • Benomyl fungicide
  • Benoxacor herbicide safener
  • Bensulide herbicide
  • Bensultap insecticide
  • Benthiavalicarb fungicide
  • Benthiavalicarb-isopropyl fungicide
  • Benzimidazole fungicides
  • Benzobicyclon herbicide
  • Benzofenap herbicide
  • Benzoic acid herbicides
  • Benzoximate acaricide
  • Benzyl adenine as a PGR
  • Benzyl benzoate acaricide
  • Bermuda grass
  • Best management practices (BMP)
  • Beta-cypermethrin insecticide
  • Bialaphos herbicide
  • Biennials
  • Bifenox herbicide
  • Bifenthrin insecticide
  • Bilanaphos bioherbicide
  • Bioacaricide karanjin
  • Bioaccumulation
  • Bioallethrin insecticide
  • Bioassay
  • Biobactericide kasugamycin
  • Biocide
  • Bioconcentration factor (BCF)
  • Biocontrol agents
  • Biocontrol of crop pests – entomopathogenic microorganisms
  • Biocontrol of crop pests – parasitoids
  • Biocontrol of crop pests – predators
  • Biocontrol of insects – baculoviruses
  • Biocontrol of insects – entomofungi
  • Biocontrol of insects – entomopathogenic nematodes
  • Biocontrol of pests, age-old methods
  • Biodegradability
  • Biofungicide carvone
  • Bioherbicides
  • BioIGR karanjin
  • Biological control defined
  • Biological control methodology
  • Biological control of locusts
  • Biological control of nematodes
  • Biological half-life
  • Biological weed control
  • Biological weed control agents – application methods
  • Bionematicide dihydroazadirachtin
  • Biopesticides
  • Bio-purification factor
  • Biorational products
  • Bioremediation or bio-treatment
  • Biorepellent capsaicin
  • Bioresmethrin insecticide
  • Biphenyl fungicide
  • Biphenyl technical analysis
  • Bipyridiliums
  • Bis-carbamate herbicides
  • Bis-(dimethylthiocarbamyl) disulfide fungicide
  • Bismerthiazol bactericide
  • Bispyribac-sodium herbicide
  • Bis (trichloromethyl) sulfone slimicide
  • Bitertanol fungicide
  • Black arm stem blight Karpa
  • Black pepper oil as a repellent
  • Black sooty mould
  • Blast
  • Blasticidin-S antibiotic
  • Blight
  • Blight on onion
  • Boom height
  • Borax herbicide
  • Bordeaux mixture fungicide
  • Bordeaux paint
  • Bordeaux paste
  • Bordo mixture
  • Boron as a plant nutrient
  • Boscalid fungicide
  • Bouillie bordelaise
  • Braconid (Bracon spp.) as a biocontrol agent
  • Breadth of activity
  • Broad-spectrum method of weed biocontrol
  • Brodifacoum rodenticide
  • Bromacil herbicide
  • Bromadiolone rodenticide
  • Bromeliads
  • Bromethalin rodenticide
  • Bromofenoxim herbicide
  • Bromophos-ethyl acaricide
  • Bromopropylate acaricide
  • Bromoxynil herbicide
  • Bromuconazol fungicide
  • Bronopol bactericide
  • Bucket or trombone sprayer
  • Buffer zone
  • Bunyaviridae viruses
  • Bupirimate fungicide
  • Buprofezin as an IGR
  • Burgundy mixture fungicide
  • Burning of weeds
  • Butachlor herbicide
  • Butam herbicide
  • Butamifos herbicide
  • Butenachlor herbicide
  • Butocarboxim insecticide
  • Butoxycarboxim insecticide
  • Butroxydim herbicide
  • Butylate herbicide
  • C
  • 4-Chlorophenoxyacetic acid (4-CPA) as a PGR
  • Cadusafos insecticide
  • Cafenstrole herbicide
  • Calcium arsenate insecticide
  • Calcium as a plant nutrient
  • Calcium cyanamide as a molluscicide
  • Calcium cyanide rodenticide
  • Calcium oxide as a molluscicide
  • Calcium phosphide rodenticide
  • Calcium polysulfide fungicide
  • Calibration of crop protection equipment
  • Canola oil bioinsecticide
  • Capsaicin bioinsecticide
  • Captafol fungicide
  • Captan fungicide
  • Caraway oil bioinsecticide
  • Carbamate as herbicides
  • Carbamate insecticides
  • Carbamothioate
  • Carbaryl insecticide
  • Carbendazim fungicide
  • Carbetamide herbicide
  • Carbodiimide CGA 140408 acaricide
  • Carbofuran insecticide
  • Carbon disulfide
  • Carbophenothion acaricide
  • Carbosulfan insecticide
  • Carboxin fungicide
  • Carcinogen
  • Carfentrazone
  • Carfentrazone-ethyl herbicide
  • Carotenoids
  • Carpropamid fungicide
  • Cartap hydrochloride insecticide
  • Cartap insecticide
  • Carvone as a bioPGR
  • Catch crops
  • Cationic surfactants
  • Central Insecticide Board and Registration Committee (CIBRC)
  • Chemigation
  • Chemosterilant
  • Chenopodium ambrosioides bioinsecticide
  • Cheshunt compound fungicide
  • Chinomethionat fungicide
  • Chirality of pesticides
  • Chitin
  • Chitin synthesis inhibitors
  • Chloralose rodenticide
  • Chloramben herbicide
  • Chlordane insecticide
  • Chlordene insecticide
  • Chlordimeform hydrochloride acaricide
  • Chlorethoxyfos insecticide
  • Chlorfenapyr acaricide
  • Chlorfenvinphos insecticide
  • Chlorfluazuron insecticide
  • Chlorflurenol as a PGR
  • Chlorflurenol methyl ester
  • Chlorine as a plant nutrient
  • Chlormephos insecticide
  • Chlormequat as a PGR
  • Chlormequat chloride as a PGR
  • Chloroacetamide herbicides
  • Chloroacetanilide herbicides
  • Chlorobenzilate acaricide
  • Chloroneb fungicide
  • Chloroneb technical analysis
  • Chlorophacinone rodenticide
  • Chloropicrin analysis
  • Chloropicrin insecticide
  • Chlorosis
  • Chlorothalonil fungicide
  • Chlorotriazine herbicides
  • Chlorphonium as a PGR
  • Chlorpropham herbicide
  • Chlorpyrifos insecticide
  • Chlorpyrifos-methyl insecticide
  • Chlorpyrifos technical analysis
  • Chlorsulfuron herbicide
  • Chlorthal-dimethyl herbicide
  • Chlorthal herbicide
  • Chlorthiamid herbicide
  • Cholecalciferol rodenticide
  • Choline
  • Chromatography
  • Chronic toxicity
  • Chrysopa as biocontrol agents
  • Chrysoperla as biocontrol agents
  • Cinidon-ethyl herbicide
  • Cinmethylin herbicide
  • Cinnamaldehyde biofungicide
  • Cinosulfuron herbicide
  • Citral repellent
  • Citric acid bioinsecticide
  • Citronella oil biorepellent
  • Citrus canker
  • Class Arachnida
  • Class Gastropoda
  • Classical (or inoculative or importation) method of biological weed control
  • Classification of herbicides – a general view
  • Clethodim herbicide
  • Clodinafop herbicide
  • Clodinafop-propargyl herbicide
  • Cloethocarb insecticide
  • Clomazone herbicide
  • Clomeprop herbicide
  • Cloprop as a PGR
  • Clopyralid herbicide
  • Cloquintocet herbicide
  • Cloquintocet-mexyl herbicide safener
  • Cloransulam
  • Cloransulam-methyl herbicide
  • Clothianidin insecticide
  • Cloxyfonac as a PGR
  • Coccinellid beetle
  • Coenzymes
  • Cofactors
  • Colonization potential
  • Common lambsquarters
  • Common viral plant diseases
  • Compound 1080 rodenticide
  • Compressed-air sprayer
  • Conjugation
  • Contact angle of a droplet
  • Contact pesticides
  • Container dusters
  • Contaminant
  • Contamination of the food chain
  • Contamination of groundwater
  • Continuous phase
  • Controlled release formulations of pesticides
  • Convergent lady beetles as a biocontrol agent
  • Copper 8-quinolinoleate fungicide
  • Copper acetoarsenite
  • Copper arsenate
  • Copper as a plant nutrient
  • Copper hydroxide fungicide
  • Copper octanoate fungicide
  • Copper oxychloride fungicide
  • Copper sulfate fungicide
  • Copper sulfate pentahydrate fungicide
  • Cornexistin bioherbicide
  • Corn (maize) oil bioinsecticide
  • Cotton Dahiya
  • Cottonseed oil bioinsecticide
  • Cottonseed oil plus maize oil plus garlic oil biofungicide
  • Coumaphos insecticide
  • Coumarin rodenticide
  • Coumatetralyl rodenticide
  • Cover crop
  • Critical micelle concentration (CMC)
  • Crop – castor pest control
  • Crop – cotton pest control
  • Crop – grape pest control
  • Crop – groundnut pest control
  • Crop – lucerne (alfalfa) pest control
  • Crop – maize pest control
  • Crop – onion pest control
  • Crop – orange orchard pest control
  • Crop – pigeon pea pest control
  • Crop – potato pest control
  • Crop – rice pest control
  • Crop – sorghum pest control
  • Crop – sugarbeet pest control
  • Crop – sugarcane pest control
  • Crop – tea pest control
  • Crop – wheat pest control
  • Crop protection
  • Crop rotation
  • Crop-oil concentrates
  • Cryolite
  • Cultural practices for nematode management
  • Cyanamide herbicide
  • Cyanophos insecticide
  • Cycloate herbicide
  • Cycloheximide as a bioPGR
  • Cycloprothrin insecticide
  • Cyclosulfamuron herbicide
  • Cycloxydim herbicide
  • Cyfluthrin insecticide
  • Cyhalofop-butyl herbicide
  • Cyhalothrin insecticide
  • Cyhexatin acaricide
  • Cypermethrin insecticide
  • Cyromazine insecticide
  • Cytokinins as PGRs
  • D
  • 1,3-Dichloropropene nematicide
  • 2,4-DB herbicide
  • 2,4-D herbicide
  • Daimuron herbicide
  • Dalapon herbicide
  • Daminozide as a PGR
  • Dazomet fungicide
  • DCIP nematicide
  • DCPA herbicide
  • DDT insecticide
  • DEET as an IGR
  • DEET technical
  • Defoliants
  • Defoliating insect pests
  • Degradation of pesticides
  • Degree days for pest management
  • Delachlor herbicide
  • Delta endotoxin
  • Deltamethrin analysis
  • Deltamethrin insecticide
  • Demethylation inhibitors (DMIs)
  • Demeton-S-methyl insecticide
  • Deoxynivalenol (DON)
  • Dermal test
  • Dermal toxicity
  • Desiccants
  • Desmedipham herbicide
  • Desmetryn herbicide
  • Diafenthiuron acaricide
  • Diallate
  • Diatomaceous earth as a biopesticide
  • Diazinon analysis
  • Diazinon insecticide
  • Dibber
  • Dicamba herbicide
  • Dicarboximide fungicides
  • Dichlobenil herbicide
  • Dichlone analysis
  • Dichlone fungicide
  • Dichlormid herbicide safener
  • Dichlorprop herbicide
  • Dichlorprop-P herbicide
  • Dichlorvos analysis
  • Dichlorvos insecticide
  • Diclofop-methyl herbicide
  • Diclosulam herbicide
  • Dicrotophos insecticide
  • Dicyclanil as an IGR
  • Dieldrin insecticide
  • Dienochlor insecticide
  • Diethatyl herbicide
  • Diethatyl-ethyl herbicide
  • Difenacoum rodenticide
  • Difethialone rodenticide
  • Diflubenzuron insecticide
  • Diflufenican herbicide
  • Diflufenzopyr herbicide
  • Di-halo slimicide
  • Dihydroazadirachtin bioinsecticide
  • Diisobutylamine
  • Dimepiperate herbicide
  • Dimethachlor herbicide
  • Dimethenamid herbicide
  • Dimethipin as a PGR
  • Dimethoate insecticide
  • Dimethyl phthalate repellent
  • Dimethylvinphos insecticide
  • Dinitramine herbicide
  • Dinitroanilines
  • Dinocap analysis
  • Dinocap fungicide
  • Dinoterb herbicide
  • Diofenolan as an IGR
  • Dioxapyrrolomycin bioinsecticide
  • Dioxathion acaricide
  • Diphacinone rodenticide
  • Diphenyl ether
  • Diphenyl fungicide
  • Diquat dibromide herbicide
  • Diquat herbicide
  • Dirty Dozen chemicals
  • Discontinuous phase
  • Disease
  • Disinfection
  • Disinfestation
  • Disk
  • Dispersing agents
  • Disposal of pesticides
  • Distribution coefficient (Kd)
  • Disulfoton insecticide
  • Dithiocarbamate fungicides
  • Dithiocarbamic acid
  • Dithiopyr herbicide
  • DMDP bionematicide
  • Dodemorph acetate fungicide
  • Dodemorph fungicide
  • Downy mildew
  • Downy mildew of grapes
  • Drift-control
  • Dry flowable formulations (DF)
  • Dry formulations
  • Dry-applied granules (GR)
  • Dust
  • Dust treaters for seeds
  • Dustable powder (DP)
  • Dusting machinery
  • E
  • (E)-3,7-dimethyl-2,6-octadien-1-ol bioinsecticide
  • Early blight
  • Ecdysone
  • Ecdysteroids
  • Economic entomology
  • Economic threshold level (ETL)
  • Ecotoxicology
  • Ectoparasitic nematodes
  • Edifenphos fungicide
  • Electrostatic sprayer
  • Elemental sulfur fungicide
  • Emamectin benzoate bioinsecticide
  • Emulsifiable concentrates (EC)
  • Emulsifiers
  • Emulsifying agents
  • Emulsion
  • Emulsions for seed treatment
  • Encapsulation
  • Enchytracidae
  • Endod
  • Endoparasitic nematodes
  • Endosulfan insecticide
  • Endothal herbicide
  • Endotoxin
  • Endrin insecticide
  • Enestroburin fungicide
  • Entomology
  • Environmental concerns during pesticidal application
  • Environmental contamination by pesticides
  • Environmental factors for PPE
  • Environmental impact assessment (EIA)
  • Environmental protection
  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of the USA
  • Enzymes
  • EPA
  • Epicuticular wax
  • Epidemiology
  • Epiphytes
  • Epiricania melanoleuca caterpillars
  • EPN insecticide
  • EPSPS
  • EPTC herbicide
  • Eradicants
  • Ergasiophytes
  • Ergocalciferol biorodenticide
  • Ergosterol
  • Ergot fungi
  • Ergotism
  • Esfenvalerate insecticide
  • Esprocarb herbicide
  • Essential oils
  • Estate sprayers
  • Estimation of pesticide residues in soil
  • Estimation of pesticide residues in vegetables and fruits
  • Estimation of pesticide residues in water
  • Ethanethiol
  • Ethephon as a PGR
  • Ethiofencarb insecticide
  • Ethion insecticide
  • Ethirimol fungicide
  • Ethofumesate herbicide
  • Ethoprophos insecticide
  • Ethoxysulfuron herbicide
  • Ethychlozate as a PGR
  • Ethylene as a PGR
  • Ethylene dibromide insecticide
  • Ethylenebisdithiocarbamate (EBDC) fungicides
  • Ethylenethiourea (ETU)
  • Etobenzanid herbicide
  • Etofenprox insecticide
  • Etrimfos insecticide
  • Eukaryotic organisms
  • F
  • Fagarol
  • False seedbed
  • Famoxadone fungicide
  • Famphur insecticide
  • Fatty acid
  • Fatty acid elongation inhibitors
  • Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA)
  • Fenamidone fungicide
  • Fenamiphos insecticide
  • Fenarimol fungicide
  • Fenazaquin acaricide
  • Fenbuconazole fungicide
  • Fenchlorazole herbicide safener
  • Fenclorim herbicide safener
  • Fenfuram fungicide
  • Fenitrothion insecticide
  • Fenobucarb insecticide
  • Fenothiocarb acaricide
  • Fenoxaprop-p-ethyl herbicide
  • Fenpiclonil biofungicide
  • Fenpropathrin insecticide
  • Fenpropidin fungicide
  • Fenpropimorph fungicide
  • Fenthion insecticide
  • Fenthion technical
  • Fentin acetate fungicide
  • Fentin chloride
  • Fentin fungicide
  • Fentin hydroxide fungicide
  • Fentrazamide herbicide
  • Fenuron herbicide
  • Fenvalerate insecticide
  • Ferbam fungicide
  • Ferimzone fungicide
  • Ferrous sulfate as herbicide
  • Fire diamond
  • Fire hazards and prevention
  • Flamprop herbicide
  • Flamprop-M-isopropyl herbicide
  • Flamprop-M-methyl herbicide
  • Flash point
  • Flazasulfuron herbicide
  • Floaters
  • Floating hydrophytes
  • Flocoumafen rodenticide
  • Florasulam herbicide
  • Florisil
  • Flowables
  • Fluazifop herbicide
  • Fluazifop-butyl herbicide
  • Fluazifop-p herbicide
  • Fluazifop-p-butyl herbicide
  • Fluazinam fungicide
  • Fluazuron acaricide
  • Flucarbazone-sodium herbicide
  • Flucetosulfuron herbicide
  • Fluchloralin herbicide
  • Flucycloxuron acaricide
  • Flucythrinate insecticide
  • Fludioxonil biofungicide
  • Flufenacet herbicide
  • Flufenoxuron acaricide
  • Flufenpyr-ethyl herbicide
  • Flumetralin as a PGR
  • Flumetsulam herbicide
  • Flumiclorac herbicide
  • Flumiclorac-pentyl herbicide
  • Fluometuron herbicide
  • Fluoride inorganic insecticides
  • Fluoroacetamide rodenticide
  • Fluoroglycofen-ethyl herbicide
  • Fluoroimide fungicide
  • Flupoxam herbicide
  • Flupropanate herbicide
  • Flupyrazofos insecticide
  • Fluquinconazole fungicide
  • Fluridone herbicide
  • Flurochloridone herbicide
  • Fluroxypyr herbicide
  • Flurprimidol as a PGR
  • Flurtamone herbicide
  • Flusilazole fungicide
  • Fluthiacet-methyl herbicide
  • Fluthiamide herbicide
  • Flutolanil fungicide
  • Fluvalinate acaricide
  • Folpet fungicide
  • Fomesafen herbicide
  • Fonofos insecticide
  • Food additives
  • Food contamination by pesticides
  • Foramsulfuron herbicide
  • Forchlorfenuron as a PGR
  • Formaldehyde fumigant
  • Formetanate hydrochloride acaricide
  • Formetanate insecticide
  • Formic acid acaricide
  • Formothion insecticide
  • Formulations
  • Fosamine herbicide
  • Fosetyl-aluminium fungicide
  • Fosthiazate nematicide
  • Fouling
  • FRAC Code List
  • Fuberidazole fungicide
  • Fumigant nematicides
  • Fumigants
  • Fumigants in grain and flour – technical analysis
  • Fumonisins
  • Fungi
  • Fungicidal antibiotics
  • Fungicidal foliage treatment
  • Fungicidal modes of action
  • Fungicide application methods
  • Fungicide azadirachtin
  • Fungicide development
  • Fungicide di-halo
  • Fungicide oleic acid
  • Fungicide oxythioquinox
  • Fungicide Resistance Action Committee (FRAC)
  • Fungicide uniconazole
  • Fungicides
  • Fungigation
  • Fungistatic
  • Fungitoxic
  • Furathiocarb insecticide
  • Furrow openers
  • Fusarium species as biocontrol agents
  • G
  • Gametocide
  • Gamma-HCH insecticide
  • Garlic oil as fungicide
  • Gas chromatography
  • Genetic manipulation for pest control
  • Geraniol bioinsecticide
  • Geranyl alcohol
  • Germicides
  • Giant ragweed
  • Gibberellin A4 and gibberellin A7 as a PGR
  • Gibberellins
  • Gliocladium catenulatum (fungus) as a biocontrol agent
  • Gliocladium virens
  • Glufosinate herbicide
  • Glufosinate-ammonium herbicide
  • Glutamine synthetase (GS)
  • Glyphosate herbicide
  • Good agricultural practices (GAP)
  • Goosegrass
  • Grain-treating machines
  • Gram-negative bacteria
  • Gram-positive bacteria
  • Granules
  • Grasshopper
  • Gravity seed dressers
  • Green lacewings as biocontrol agents
  • Griseofulvin antibiotics
  • Guanidine fungicide
  • Guaniol
  • Guazatine acetate fungicide
  • Guazatine fungicide
  • Gummosis of orange
  • GY-81 fungicide
  • Gymnosperms
  • H
  • 2-Hydrazinoethanol as a PGR
  • 4-Hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase (HPPD)
  • 8-Hydroxyquinoline sulfate fungicide
  • Half-life
  • Halosulfuron herbicide
  • Halosulfuron-methyl herbicide
  • Haloxyfop-p herbicide
  • Haloxyfop-p-methyl herbicide
  • Hand dusters
  • Harpin
  • Harpin aβ protein for biocontrol
  • Harrows
  • HCB insecticide
  • HCH insecticide
  • Helicoverpa nucleopolyhedrovirus (HNPV)
  • Hemiptera
  • Heptachlor epoxide
  • Heptachlor insecticide
  • Heptenophos insecticide
  • Herbaceous plants
  • Herbicidal carryover effect
  • Herbicidal inhibition of ALS
  • Herbicidal inhibition of EPSPS
  • Herbicidal inhibition of glutamine synthetase (GS)
  • Herbicide
  • Herbicide action – by inhibition of amino acid synthesis
  • Herbicide action – by inhibition of fatty acid elongation
  • Herbicide action – carotenoid synthesis inhibition
  • Herbicide action – contact membrane disrupters
  • Herbicide action – lipid synthesis inhibitors
  • Herbicide action – meristematic mitotic inhibitors
  • Herbicide action – others
  • Herbicide action – photosynthesis inhibitors
  • Herbicide action – protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PROTOX) inhibition
  • Herbicide action through hormone-like substances
  • Herbicide antagonism
  • Herbicide classification – by mode of action
  • Herbicide dazomet
  • Herbicide mefluidide
  • Herbicide Resistance Action Committee (HRAC)
  • Herbicide safeners
  • Herbicide S-metolachlor
  • Herbicide sodium trichloroacetate
  • Herbicide spray coverage
  • Herbicide synergists
  • Hexachlorobenzene insecticide
  • Hexachlorocyclohexane insecticide
  • Hexaconazole fungicide
  • Hexaflumuron insecticide
  • Hexamethylphosphoramide chemosterilant
  • Hexazinone herbicide
  • High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC)
  • Highly Hazardous Pesticides of PAN (HHPs)
  • High-pressure sprayers
  • Hilling operation
  • HMPA chemosterilant
  • Hoe
  • Hoeing
  • Honey bees
  • Honeydew
  • Hopper burn
  • Hormone
  • Horticultural oils
  • Hose-end sprayer
  • Hydrogen cyanide rodenticide
  • Hydrogen phosphide
  • Hydrophytes
  • Hydroprene as an IGR
  • Hydroxybenzonitrile herbicides
  • Hydroxypyrimidine
  • Hyperaccumulator plants
  • Hyperplasia
  • Hypoplasia
  • I
  • IAA as a bioPGR
  • IGR chlorfluazuron
  • IGR cyromazine
  • IGR fluazuron
  • IGR pyriproxyfen
  • Imazamethabenz acid
  • Imazamethabenz-methyl herbicide
  • Imazamox herbicide
  • Imazapic herbicide
  • Imazapyr herbicide
  • Imazaquin herbicide
  • Imazethapyr herbicide
  • Imazosulfuron herbicide
  • Imidacloprid insecticide
  • Imidazolinone herbicides
  • Imiprothrin insecticide
  • Immersed weeds
  • Inabenfide as a PGR
  • Indanofan herbicide
  • Indole-3-acetic acid (IAA or AIA) as a bioPGR
  • Induced systemic resistance (ISR)
  • Inhibition of fungal respiration
  • Inorganic pesticides
  • Insect growth regulators (IGRs)
  • Insect juvenile hormones (JH)
  • Insect pathology
  • Insect (pheromone) traps
  • Insecticide aluminium phosphide
  • Insecticide borax
  • Insecticide carbodiimide CGA 140408
  • Insecticide carbophenothion
  • Insecticide chlorethoxyfos
  • Insecticide chlorfenapyr
  • Insecticide chloropicrin
  • Insecticide dazomet
  • Insecticide enestroburin
  • Insecticide fosthiazate
  • Insecticide gamma-HCH
  • Insecticide garlic oil
  • Insecticide heptachlor epoxide
  • Insecticide hydrogen cyanide
  • Insecticide jojoba oil
  • Insecticide lindane
  • Insecticide oleic acid
  • Insecticide pyridaben
  • Insecticide Resistance Action Committee (IRAC)
  • Insecticide thiram
  • Insecticides
  • Insectigation
  • Integrated pest management (IPM)
  • Integrated weed management (IWM)
  • International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)
  • International legislation
  • Invert emulsions
  • Iodofenphos insecticide
  • Iodosulfuron herbicide
  • Iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium herbicide
  • Ioxynil herbicide
  • Iprobenfos fungicide
  • Iprodione fungicide
  • Iron as a plant nutrient
  • Irradiation
  • Isazofos insecticide
  • Isobardac slimicide
  • Isofenphos insecticide
  • Isoprocarb insecticide
  • Isoproturon herbicide
  • Isouron herbicide
  • Isoxaben herbicide
  • Isoxadifen herbicide safener
  • Isoxadifen-ethyl herbicide safener
  • Isoxaflutole herbicide
  • Isoxapyrifop herbicide
  • Isoxathion insecticide
  • Isoxazolidinone herbicides
  • J
  • Jasmonic acid (JA) as a PGR
  • JH
  • Jodfenphos insecticide
  • Johnson grass
  • Jojoba oil fungicide
  • Juglone fungicide
  • Juvenile hormones (JH)
  • K
  • Kadethrin insecticide
  • Kairomones
  • Karanjin bioinsecticide
  • Karbutilate herbicide
  • Karpa disease in cotton
  • Kasugamycin biofungicide
  • Kasugamycin hydrochloride hydrate
  • Kawadi disease in cotton
  • Khaira disease of rice
  • Kharif crops
  • KIH 2023
  • KIH 2031
  • Kittleson's killer
  • Kresoxim-methyl fungicide
  • L
  • Lacewing Chrysoperla sp.
  • Lacrimatory agent
  • Lady beetle
  • Ladybird beetles as biocontrol agents
  • Ladybug
  • Laminarine biofungicide
  • Larvicidal oil analysis
  • Late blight
  • Lead hydrogen arsenate
  • Leaf spot
  • Leafhopper
  • Legislation
  • Lemonol
  • Lenacil herbicide
  • Leptospermone bioherbicide
  • Lethal concentration50 (LC50)
  • Lethal dose50 (LD50)
  • Lethal dose low (LCLo)
  • L-glutamic acid-γ-aminobutyric acid biofungicide
  • Lime sulfur fungicide
  • Lindane insecticide
  • Linuron herbicide
  • Liquid baits
  • Liquid formulations
  • Liquid nitrogen as a termiticide
  • Low-concentrate solutions
  • Low-input sustainable agriculture (LISA)
  • Low-pressure sprayers
  • Lufenuron as an IGR
  • Lycosa spp. as biocontrol agent
  • M
  • MACE
  • Macronutrients
  • Magnesium as a plant nutrient
  • Malathion analysis
  • Malathion insecticide
  • Male sterilization
  • Maleic hydrazide as a PGR
  • Management of pesticide poisoning
  • Mancopper fungicide
  • Mancozeb fungicide
  • Maneb fungicide
  • Manganese as a plant nutrient
  • Manzeb fungicide
  • Maximum residue level or limit (MRL)
  • MCPA herbicide
  • MCPA-thioethyl herbicide
  • MCPB herbicide
  • Mealybug
  • Mecarbam insecticide
  • Mecoprop herbicide
  • Mecoprop-P herbicide
  • Median effective concentration
  • Median lethal concentration
  • Median lethal dose
  • Mefenacet herbicide
  • Mefenpyr-diethyl herbicide safener
  • Mefluidide as a PGR
  • Mepanipyrim fungicide
  • Mephosfolan insecticide
  • Mepiquat as a PGR
  • Meptyldinocap fungicide
  • Mercuric chloride fungicide
  • Mercuric compounds as fungicides
  • Mercuric oxide fungicide
  • Mercurous chloride fungicide
  • Mercury fungicides – technical analysis
  • Meristems
  • Mesosulfuron-methyl herbicide
  • Mesotrione herbicide
  • Metabolism
  • Metabolite
  • Metalaxyl fungicide
  • Metalaxyl-M fungicide
  • Metaldehyde molluscicide
  • Metam salts
  • Metamifop herbicide
  • Metamitron herbicide
  • Metam-sodium
  • Metazachlor herbicide
  • Metconazole fungicide
  • METEPA chemosterilant
  • Methabenzthiazuron herbicide
  • Methacrifos insecticide
  • Methamidophos insecticide
  • Methasulfocarb fungicide
  • Methemoglobin
  • Methidathion insecticide
  • Methiocarb insecticide
  • Methomyl insecticide
  • Methoprene as an IGR
  • Methoxychlor analysis
  • Methoxychlor insecticide
  • Methoxyethyl mercuric chloride (MEMC) fungicide
  • Methoxytriazine herbicides
  • Methyl bromide fumigant
  • Methyl iodide
  • Methyl isothiocyanate analysis
  • Methyl isothiocyanate nematicide
  • Methylarsonic acid herbicide
  • Methyldymron herbicide
  • Methylene bis (thiocyanate) slimicide
  • Methyllycaconitine
  • Methyl- or ethyl-thiotriazine herbicides
  • Methylthiotriazine herbicides
  • Metiram fungicide
  • Metobenzuron herbicide
  • Metobromuron herbicide
  • Metolachlor herbicide
  • Metolcarb insecticide
  • Metominostrobin fungicide
  • Metosulam herbicide
  • Metoxuron herbicide
  • Metrafenone fungicide
  • Metribuzin herbicide
  • Metsulfuron herbicide
  • Metsulfuron-methyl herbicide
  • Mevinphos insecticide
  • Microbial pesticides
  • Micro-emulsions
  • Micro-encapsulated formulations
  • Micro-encapsulation
  • Microsporidia
  • Microtubules
  • Mildew preventive
  • Mildiomycin biofungicide
  • Mint oil biorepellent
  • Minute pirate bugs (Orius tristicolor) as biocontrol agents
  • Mirex insecticide
  • Miticide
  • Mitosis
  • Molinate herbicide
  • Molluscicide cloethocarb
  • Molluscicide methiocarb
  • Molluscicide thiodicarb
  • Molluscicides
  • Molluscs
  • Molybdenum as a plant nutrient
  • Monocrotophos insecticide
  • Monolinuron herbicide
  • Monuron herbicide
  • Mosaic disease
  • Mottling disease
  • Mould (sooty mould)
  • Moulting
  • Mulches
  • Myclobutanil fungicide
  • Mycoherbicides
  • Mycoplasmas
  • Mycotoxicosis
  • Mycotoxin
  • N
  • 1-Naphthylacetic acid as a PGR (α-naphthaleneacetic acid)
  • 2-(1-Naphthyl) acetamide as a PGR
  • (2-Naphthyloxy) acetic acid as a PGR
  • 3-[N-butyl-N-acetyl]-aminopropionic acid, ethyl ester biorepellent
  • Nabam fungicide
  • Naled insecticide
  • Naphthenic acid fungicide
  • Napropamide herbicide
  • Natamycin biofungicide (pimaricin or myprozine)
  • Neburon herbicide
  • Necrosis
  • Neem as a biopesticide
  • Neem cake
  • Nematicide abamectin
  • Nematicide aldicarb
  • Nematicide aldoxycarb
  • Nematicide azadirachtin
  • Nematicide cadusafos
  • Nematicide carbofuron
  • Nematicide cloethocarb
  • Nematicide copper hydroxide
  • Nematicide cytokinins (mixed)
  • Nematicide dazomet
  • Nematicide emamectin benzoate
  • Nematicide ethoprophos
  • Nematicide ethylene dibromide
  • Nematicide isazofos
  • Nematicide nabam
  • Nematicide oxamyl
  • Nematicide pyraclofos
  • Nematicides
  • Nematodes
  • Neonicotinoid insecticides
  • Nereistoxin
  • Neuropeptides and insect control
  • Neutral Bordeaux
  • Niclosamide molluscicide
  • Nicobifen fungicide
  • Nicosulfuron herbicide
  • Nicotine bioinsecticide
  • Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (nAChR)
  • Nitenpyram insecticide
  • Nithiazine insecticide
  • Nitrapyrin bactericide
  • Nitrogen as a macronutrient
  • Nitrothal-isopropyl fungicide
  • NOAEL (NOEL)
  • Nomenclature for easy reference
  • Non-ionic surfactants
  • Non-parasitic diseases
  • Non-selective herbicides
  • Non-systemic fungicides
  • Norflurazon herbicide
  • N-Phenylphthalamic acid as a PGR
  • Nuarimol fungicide
  • Nuclear polyhedroviruses (NPVs)
  • O
  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
  • Odorant
  • Odour
  • Ofurace fungicide
  • Oil-miscible liquids
  • Oleic acid herbicide
  • Omethoate acaricide
  • Oral exposure
  • Orbencarb herbicide
  • Organic pesticides
  • Organic sulfur compounds
  • Organochlorine pesticides
  • Organomercurial fungicides
  • Organophosphorus (OP) fungicides
  • Organophosphorus (OP) insecticides
  • Organotin fungicides
  • Ortho dichlorobenzene termiticide
  • Orthophenylphenol (OPP)
  • Orthoptera
  • Orthosulfamuron herbicide
  • Oryzalin herbicide
  • Oxabetrinil herbicide safener
  • Oxadiargyl herbicide
  • Oxadiazole herbicides
  • Oxadiazon herbicide
  • Oxadixyl fungicide
  • Oxamyl insecticide
  • Oxasulfuron herbicide
  • Oxaziclomefone herbicide
  • Oxine-copper fungicide
  • Oxolinic acid bactericide
  • Oxpoconazole fumarate fungicide
  • Oxycarboxin fungicide
  • Oxydemeton-methyl insecticide
  • Oxyfluorfen herbicide
  • Oxythioquinox acaricide
  • P
  • 2-Phenylphenol fungicide
  • Paclobutrazol as a PGR
  • Paenibacillus popilliae as a biocontrol agent
  • PAN Bad Actor chemicals
  • PAN International
  • Pansukh disease of rice (Dakhina or Chatra)
  • Paraclox slimicide
  • Paraquat dichloride herbicide
  • Paraquat herbicide
  • Parasitic plants as pests
  • Parasitoids as biocontrol agents
  • Parathion insecticide
  • Parathion-methyl insecticide
  • Paris Green rodenticide
  • Paste and paint as formulations
  • Pasteurization
  • Pathfinder element
  • Pathway
  • Pebulate herbicide
  • Penconazole fungicide
  • Pencycuron fungicide
  • Pendimethalin herbicide
  • Penoxsulam herbicide
  • Pentachlorophenol insecticide
  • Pentanochlor herbicide
  • Penthiopyrad fungicide
  • Pentoxazone herbicide
  • Perennial crops
  • Permethrin insecticide
  • Persistence
  • Persistent organic pollutants
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Pest – alfalfa (lucerne) weevil
  • Pest – American bollworm
  • Pest – aphid
  • Pest – brinjal/aubergine shoot and fruit borer
  • Pest – brown plant hopper (BPH) of rice
  • Pest – castor semilooper
  • Pest – castor stem and capsule borer
  • Pest – chilli thrips
  • Pest – Colorado potato beetle
  • Pest – corn earworm
  • Pest – corn plant hopper
  • Pest – Daktulosphaera vitifoliae
  • Pest – grasshopper
  • Pest – groundnut leaf miner
  • Pest – grub
  • Pest – Helicoverpa armigera
  • Pest – leafhopper
  • Pest – locust
  • Pest – mealybug
  • Pest – mite
  • Pest – pink bollworm of cotton
  • Pest – plant hopper
  • Pest – psyllid
  • Pest – red flour beetle and confused flour beetle
  • Pest – red hairy caterpillar
  • Pest – rice brown plant hopper (BPH)
  • Pest – rice gall midge
  • Pest – rice green leafhopper
  • Pest – rice gundhi bug
  • Pest – rice leaf folder
  • Pest – scale insect
  • Pest – sorghum shoot borer
  • Pest – sorghum shoot bug
  • Pest – sorghum shoot fly
  • Pest – spotted bollworm
  • Pest – spotted borer/spotted bollworm
  • Pest – thrip
  • Pest – Thrips tabaci
  • Pest – tobacco caterpillar
  • Pest – western flower thrip
  • Pest – wheat and rice weevils
  • Pest – whitefly
  • Pest management
  • Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA)
  • Pest order – Blattaria
  • Pest order – Coleoptera
  • Pest order – Diptera
  • Pest order – Hemiptera
  • Pest order – Hymenoptera
  • Pest order – Isoptera
  • Pest order – Lepidoptera
  • Pest order – Mallophaga
  • Pest order – Mantodea
  • Pest order – Mecoptera
  • Pest order – Neuroptera
  • Pest order – Odonata
  • Pest order – Orthoptera
  • Pest order – Phasmatodea
  • Pest order – Siphonaptera
  • Pest order – Thysanoptera
  • Pesticidal oils
  • Pesticide antagonism
  • Pesticide deposits and residues
  • Pesticide disposal
  • Pesticide formulations
  • Pesticide label
  • Pesticide legislation
  • Pesticide legislation in Bangladesh
  • Pesticide legislation in Canada
  • Pesticide legislation in China
  • Pesticide legislation in Denmark
  • Pesticide legislation in France
  • Pesticide legislation in Germany
  • Pesticide legislation in India
  • Pesticide legislation in Indonesia
  • Pesticide legislation in Malaysia
  • Pesticide legislation in Nepal
  • Pesticide legislation in Pakistan
  • Pesticide legislation in Republic of Korea
  • Pesticide legislation in South Pacific nations
  • Pesticide legislation in Sri Lanka
  • Pesticide legislation in the European Union (EU)
  • Pesticide legislation in the UK
  • Pesticide legislation in the USA
  • Pesticide legislation in Vietnam
  • Pesticide mixing and loading
  • Pesticide nomenclature
  • Pesticide resistance management
  • Pesticide spill management
  • Pesticide storage management
  • Pesticide synergists
  • Pesticide tolerance limit
  • Pesticides
  • Pesticides and the environment
  • Pethoxamid herbicide
  • PGR AIA
  • PGR benzoic acid
  • PGR carbaryl
  • PGR clodinafop-propargyl herbicide
  • PGR dalapon
  • PGR diquat
  • PGR diquat dibromide
  • PGR fosamine
  • PGR gibberellin A4 and gibberellin A7
  • PGR IAA
  • PGR methasulfocarb
  • PGR propham
  • PGR prynachlor
  • Phenmedipham herbicide
  • Phenothrin insecticide
  • Phenoxy acid herbicides
  • Phenthoate insecticide
  • Phenyl mercury acetate fungicide
  • Phenylamide fungicides (PAFs)
  • Phenylbenzene fungicide
  • Phenylpyrrole fungicides
  • Phenylurea herbicides
  • Pheromone confusion techniques
  • Pheromones
  • Pheromones as a pest management technique
  • Phorate insecticide
  • Phosalone insecticide
  • Phosdiphen fungicide
  • Phosmet insecticide
  • Phosphamidon insecticide
  • Phosphine gas
  • Phosphinothricin
  • Phosphonic acid fungicide
  • Phosphorus as a macronutrient
  • Phoston as a PGR
  • Photosystem I
  • Photosystem II
  • Phoxim insecticide
  • Phreatophytes
  • Phthalide fungicide
  • Phthalimide fungicides
  • Phylum Arthropoda
  • Phylum Mollusca
  • Phylum Nematoda
  • Phytoalexins
  • Phytoanticipins
  • Phytoecdysones
  • Phytoremediation
  • Picloram herbicide
  • Picolinafen herbicide
  • Picolinic acid herbicides
  • Picoxystrobin fungicide
  • Pindone rodenticide
  • Pink bollworm
  • Pinoxaden herbicide
  • Piperalin fungicide
  • Piperine
  • Piperonyl butoxide
  • Piperophos herbicide
  • Pirimicarb insecticide
  • Pirimiphos-ethyl insecticide
  • Pirimiphos-methyl insecticide
  • Plant disease Alternaria leaf spot of cole crops
  • Plant disease antagonists
  • Plant disease bacterial blight
  • Plant disease bacterial leaf spot
  • Plant disease blast
  • Plant disease blotch
  • Plant disease corn (maize) smut
  • Plant disease damping-off
  • Plant disease downy mildew
  • Plant disease early blight
  • Plant disease gummosis of orange
  • Plant disease late blight
  • Plant disease powdery mildew
  • Plant disease scab
  • Plant disease shot hole
  • Plant disease smut
  • Plant disease sterility mosaic
  • Plant disease Tikka
  • Plant disease wheat leaf rust
  • Plant disease wheat loose smut
  • Plant disease wheat stem rust
  • Plant disease wilt
  • Plant disorder diagnosis checklist
  • Plant growth regulators (PGRs)
  • Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR)
  • Plant nutrient excesses and deficiencies
  • Plant pathology
  • Plant protection with fungicides
  • Plant-derived IGRs
  • Planting time
  • Plough
  • p-Nitrodiphenyl ether herbicides
  • Poison
  • Pollution
  • Polyoxin B
  • Polyoxin biofungicide
  • Polyoxin D
  • Polyoxorim
  • Polyquat
  • Post-harvest technology/operations
  • Post-harvest treatment
  • Potassium as a macronutrient
  • Powder in water-soluble packaging
  • Powders for seed treatment
  • Powdery mildew
  • Powdery mildew of grapes
  • Power dusters
  • Power wheelbarrow sprayer
  • Prallethrin insecticide
  • Pre-baiting
  • Preservatives
  • Pressurized cans
  • Pretilachlor herbicide
  • Primary tillage
  • Primisulfuron-methyl herbicide
  • Probenazole fungicide
  • Prochloraz fungicide
  • Procymidone fungicide
  • Profenofos insecticide
  • Prohexadione calcium as a PGR
  • Prokaryotes
  • Prometon herbicides
  • Prometryn herbicides
  • Pronamide
  • Propachlor herbicide
  • Propamocarb hydrochloride fungicide
  • Propanil herbicide
  • Propaphos insecticide
  • Propaquizafop herbicide
  • Propargite acaricide
  • Propargyl bromide
  • Propazine herbicide
  • Pro-pesticides
  • Propetamphos insecticide
  • Propham herbicide
  • Propiconazole fungicide
  • Propineb fungicide
  • Propisochlor herbicide
  • Propoxur analysis
  • Propoxur insecticide
  • Propoxycarbazone-sodium herbicide
  • Proquinazid fungicide
  • Prosulfocarb herbicide
  • Prosulfuron herbicide
  • Proteinogenic amino acids
  • Prothiofos insecticide
  • Prothrombin
  • PROTOX inhibitors (herbicides)
  • Prynachlor herbicide
  • Purple nutsedge
  • Push–pull hand pump sprayer
  • Pyraclofos insecticide
  • Pyraflufen-ethyl herbicide
  • Pyrasulfotole herbicide
  • Pyrazolynate herbicide
  • Pyrazophos fungicide
  • Pyrazosulfuron-ethyl herbicide
  • Pyrazoxyfen herbicide
  • Pyrethrin analysis
  • Pyrethroid insecticides
  • Pyrethrum
  • Pyrethrum analysis
  • Pyribenzoxim herbicide
  • Pyributicarb herbicide
  • Pyridaben acaricide
  • Pyridaphenthion insecticide
  • Pyridate herbicide
  • Pyridazinone herbicides
  • Pyrifenox fungicide
  • Pyriftalid herbicide
  • Pyriminobac-methyl herbicide
  • Pyriproxyfen as an IGR
  • Pyrithiobac herbicide
  • Pyrithiobac-sodium herbicide
  • Pyroxasulfone herbicide
  • Pyroxsulam herbicide
  • Q
  • QoI fungicides
  • QuEChERS
  • Quick, Easy, Cheap, Effective, Rugged and Safe method of residue analysis
  • Quinalphos insecticide
  • Quinclorac herbicide
  • Quinmerac herbicide
  • Quinoclamine herbicide
  • Quinoxyfen fungicide
  • Quintozene fungicide
  • Quizalofop
  • Quizalofop-ethyl herbicide
  • Quizalofop-P-ethyl
  • Quizalofop-P-tefuryl herbicide
  • R
  • Rabi season
  • Radiation
  • Radioisotopes
  • Recirculating sprayers
  • Red squill biorodenticide
  • Reductase-isomerase inhibiting fungicides
  • Reference dose (RfD)
  • Repellent
  • Repellent azamethiphos
  • Repellent canola oil
  • Repellent cyhalothrin
  • Repellent jojoba oil
  • Repellent methiocarb
  • Repellent ziram
  • Residual pesticides
  • Resistance management
  • Resistance to antibiotic streptomycin
  • Resmethrin insecticide
  • Restricted entry interval (REI)
  • Rhizosphere
  • Rhizosphere competence
  • Rice hull ash
  • Rice leaf blast
  • Rice stem borer
  • Rice stem rot
  • Rimsulfuron herbicide
  • Rodent control – miscellaneous
  • Rodenticide bait selection and formulations
  • Rodenticide sodium cyanide
  • Rodenticides
  • Rodents
  • Role of residue analysis
  • Rollers
  • Root–soil interface
  • Rotary seed dresser
  • Rotary tillers
  • Rotary weeders
  • Rotavators
  • Rotenone bioinsecticide
  • Routes of entry and effects of exposure of a pesticide
  • Ryania bioinsecticide
  • S
  • Saflufenacil herbicide
  • Sap stain
  • S-bioallethrin insecticide
  • Scab
  • Scale insects
  • sec-Butylamine fungicide
  • Secondary tillage
  • Sedges
  • Seed protection devices
  • Seed treatment
  • Seed-dip method
  • Selective herbicides
  • Selective pesticide
  • Semiochemicals
  • Sesamin insecticide
  • Sethoxydim herbicide
  • Sex pheromones
  • Siduron herbicide
  • Silafluofen insecticide
  • Silicosis
  • Silthiofam fungicide
  • Simazine herbicide
  • Simeconazole fungicide
  • Simetryn herbicide
  • Sinkers
  • Slimicide nabam
  • Slimicides
  • Slurry treaters for seeds
  • Small motorized sprayers
  • S-metolachlor herbicide
  • Smoke
  • Smother crops
  • Smut
  • Sodium arsenite insecticide
  • Sodium chlorate
  • Sodium cyanide
  • Sodium dimethyldithiocarbamate slimicide
  • Sodium ethylenebisdithiocarbamate fungicide
  • Sodium ferric ethylenediaminetetraacetate (ferric (III) EDTA complex) as a molluscicide
  • Sodium fluoride insecticide
  • Sodium fluoroacetate rodenticide
  • Sodium hexafluorosilicate insecticides
  • Sodium 2-mercaptobenzothiazole slimicide
  • Sodium monofluoroacetate rodenticide
  • Sodium N-methyl-dithiocarbamate fungicide
  • Sodium pentachlorophenate molluscicide
  • Sodium tetrathiocarbonate fungicide
  • Sodium trichloroacetate
  • Soil conditioners
  • Soil drenching
  • Soil enzymes
  • Soil fumigants
  • Soil organic partition coefficient (KOC)
  • Soil persistence of pesticides
  • Soil residual life
  • Soil solarization
  • Soil sterilants
  • Soil sterilization by steam
  • Solarization of soil
  • Soluble concentrates
  • Sooty mould
  • Spade
  • Spill management
  • Spinning disc sprayers
  • Spinosad bioinsecticide
  • Spinosyns
  • Spiroxamine fungicide
  • Spotted bollworm
  • Spray application concepts
  • Spray application equipment
  • Spray coverage
  • Spray droplet size
  • Spray modifiers
  • Spray retention
  • Spreaders
  • Spudding
  • S,S,S-tributyl phosphorotrithioate as a PGR
  • Stale seedbed
  • Starlicide avicide
  • Sterilization
  • Sterol biosynthesis inhibitor fungicides (SBIs)
  • Stickers
  • Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants
  • Stored grain pest control
  • Stover
  • Streptocycline biopesticide
  • Streptomyces griseus as an antibiotic
  • Streptomycin bactericide
  • s-Triazines herbicides
  • Strobilurin fungicide
  • Strychnine rodenticide
  • Sub-soiler
  • Sugarcane red rot
  • Sugarcane whip smut
  • Sulcotrione herbicide
  • Sulfentrazone herbicide
  • Sulfometuron methyl herbicide
  • Sulfonylurea herbicides
  • Sulfosulfuron herbicide
  • Sulfotep insecticide
  • Sulfur as a pesticide
  • Sulfur as a plant nutrient
  • Sulfur dust
  • Sulfur knapweed moth
  • Sulprofos insecticide
  • Super absorbers
  • Surface active agent
  • Surface tension
  • Surfactants
  • Suspension concentrates (SC)
  • Symptoms of pesticide poisoning
  • Synergists
  • Synthetic pyrethroids
  • SYP-Z071 fungicide
  • Syrphids
  • Systemic acquired resistance (SAR)
  • Systemic fungicides
  • Systemic herbicides
  • Systemic pesticides
  • T
  • 2-(Thiocyanatomethylthio) benzothiazole fungicide
  • 2,3,6-TBA herbicide (TBA)
  • 3,5,6-Trichloro-2-pyridinol
  • Tablet formulation
  • Tachinid flies
  • Tardigrades
  • Tau-fluvalinate insecticide
  • TCMTB fungicide
  • Tebuconazole fungicide
  • Tebutam herbicide
  • Tebuthiuron herbicide
  • Tecnazene fungicide
  • Teflubenzuron as an IGR
  • Tefluthrin insecticide
  • Tembotrione herbicide
  • Temephos insecticide
  • Temephos technical analysis
  • TEPA chemosterilant
  • Tepraloxydim herbicide
  • Terbacil herbicide
  • Terbufos insecticide
  • Terbumeton herbicide
  • Terbuthylazine herbicide
  • Terbutryn herbicide
  • Termiticide bifenthrin
  • Termiticide isofenphos
  • Terpene
  • Tertiary tillage
  • Tetrachlorvinphos insecticide
  • Tetraconazole fungicide
  • Tetracycline bactericides
  • Tetradifon acaricide
  • Tetramethrin insecticide
  • Tetramethylthiuram disulfide
  • Thallium as a rodenticide
  • Thallium sulfate
  • The classical (or inoculative or importation) method of applying weed control
  • The Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954
  • Thenylchlor herbicide
  • Therapeutants
  • Thiabendazole fungicide
  • Thiacloprid insecticide
  • Thiadiazole-copper fungicide
  • Thiamethoxam insecticide
  • Thiazopyr herbicide
  • Thidiazuron as a PGR
  • Thifensulfuron-methyl herbicide
  • Thifluzamide fungicide
  • Thin-layer chromatography (TLC)
  • Thiobencarb herbicide
  • Thiocarb
  • Thiocarbamate herbicides
  • Thiocyclam insecticide
  • Thiodicarb insecticide
  • Thiofanox insecticide
  • Thiometon insecticide
  • Thiophanate-methyl fungicide
  • Thio-TEPA chemosterilant
  • Thiram fungicide
  • Thiuram disulfide fungicide
  • Threshold limit value (TLV)
  • Thrips
  • Thysanoptera
  • Tillage
  • Tobacco caterpillar
  • Tolclofos-methyl fungicide
  • Tolerance
  • Tolylfluanid fungicide
  • Tomato spotted wilt virus
  • Topramezone herbicide
  • Tospoviruses
  • Toxaphene insecticide
  • Toxic dose low (TDLo)
  • Toxicity
  • Toxicity classifications
  • Toxicity testing
  • Toxicity types
  • Tracer
  • Tracking powders
  • Tralkoxydim herbicide
  • Tralomethrin insecticide
  • Trans-a-ionone bioinsecticide
  • Transfluthrin insecticide
  • Trap plants
  • Triadimenol fungicide
  • Triallate herbicide
  • Triasulfuron herbicide
  • Triazine herbicides
  • Triazolinone herbicides
  • Triazolopyrimidine herbicides
  • Triazophos insecticide
  • Tribenuron-methyl herbicide
  • Tribufos as a PGR
  • Tributyltin (TBT) fungicide
  • Trichlorfon insecticide
  • Trichlorfon technical analysis
  • Trichloroaceticacid sodium (TCA sodium) herbicide
  • Trichloroethanol
  • Trichogramma spp. as biocontrol agent
  • Trichothecene mycotoxins
  • Triclopyr herbicide
  • Tricyclazole fungicide
  • Tridemorph fungicide
  • Trifloxystrobin fungicide
  • Triflumizole fungicide
  • Triflumuron as an IGR
  • Trifluralin herbicide
  • Triflusulfuron herbicide
  • Triflusulfuron-methyl herbicide
  • Triforine fungicide
  • Trigger pump sprayers
  • Triketones
  • Trimethacarb insecticide
  • Trinexapac as a PGR
  • Triticonazole fungicide
  • True epiphytes
  • Trunk injections
  • U
  • Ultra-low volume (ULV) liquid formulations
  • Ultra-low volume (ULV) sprayers
  • Uncoupling as a mode of action
  • Uniconazole as a PGR
  • Uracil herbicides
  • Urea sulfate herbicide
  • V
  • Validamycin biofungicide
  • Valifenalate fungicide
  • Vamidothion insecticide
  • Vapam fungicide
  • Vectors of plant viruses
  • Vernolate herbicide
  • Vinclozolin fungicide
  • Virus
  • Volume mean diameter (VMD)
  • Vomitoxin
  • W
  • Warfarin rodenticide
  • Water-dispersible granules (WG)
  • Water-soluble granules (SG)
  • Water-soluble powder formulation
  • Wax bars
  • Weed
  • Weed – barnyard grass
  • Weed – Bermuda grass
  • Weed – cogongrass
  • Weed – common lambsquarters
  • Weed – common purslane
  • Weed – common ragweed
  • Weed – giant ragweed
  • Weed – goosegrass
  • Weed – Johnson grass
  • Weed – junglerice
  • Weed – parthenium
  • Weed – purple nutsedge
  • Weed – velvetleaf
  • Weed – water hyacinth
  • Weed – yellow nutsedge
  • Weed and feed method of crop management
  • Weed control agents – biological origin
  • Weed control by flooding
  • Weed management by mechanical methods
  • Weeds – classification
  • Weevils
  • Western flower thrips
  • Wettable or water-dispersible powders
  • Wettable sulfur
  • Wetting agents
  • White grubs
  • White muscardine
  • Whitefly
  • Wilt
  • Withholding period/pre-harvesting interval
  • Woody perennials
  • Worker safety norms and first-aid techniques
  • World Health Organization (WHO)
  • X
  • Xylylcarb insecticide
  • Y
  • Yellow nutsedge
  • Yellow phosphorus rodenticide
  • Z
  • Zephiramine slimicide
  • Zero tolerance
  • Zeta-cypermethrin insecticide
  • Zinc arsenate
  • Zinc as a plant nutrient
  • Zinc ethylenebisdithiocarbamates
  • Zinc phosphide rodenticide
  • Zineb fungicide
  • Ziram fungicide
  • Zoxamide fungicide
  • Appendix 1: Common Chemical Compounds
  • Appendix 2: International Codes for Pesticide Formulations
  • Appendix 3: Common Biocontrol Agents and Biopesticides
  • Appendix 4: Periodic Table
  • Appendix 5: Units of Measurement
  • Appendix 6: SI Units
  • Appendix 7: Greek Alphabet and Roman Numbers
  • Appendix 8: Pesticides Registered in India
  • Appendix 9: Pesticides Banned in India
  • Appendix 10: FRAC Code List©
  • Appendix 11: IRAC MoA Classification Scheme
  • Appendix 12: HRAC Mode of Action Classification Scheme
  • Appendix 13: Chemicals Evaluated for Carcinogenic Potential
  • Appendix 14: Glossary
  • Bibliography and Website References