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Residential perimeter treatment trials in Hawaii with Thiamethoxam, Termidor, and Premise.
|Title:||Residential perimeter treatment trials in Hawaii with Thiamethoxam, Termidor, and Premise.|
|Authors:||Yates, Julian R. III|
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|Issue Date:||Dec 2007|
|Publisher:||Hawaiian Entomological Society|
|Citation:||Yates JR. 2007. Residential perimeter treatment trials in Hawaii with Thiamethoxam, Termidor, and Premise. Proc Hawaiian Entomol Soc 39:145-148.|
|Abstract:||Pre-1988 strategies for termiticide treatment of soil to prevent subterranean
termite infestation in residential structures included application of organochlorine insecticides beneath concrete slabs through drilled holes at more than 2-foot intervals along the interior of perimeter and dividing walls. Post-1988 soil termiticides included organophosphates and pyrethroids. These less forgiving insecticides forced the pest control industry to change their treatment methods because of numerous call-backs that required re-treatments. Drill hole spacing through concrete slabs decreased to 1-foot intervals and exterior perimeter treatments were added to the management regime. With the advent of new non-repellent soil treatment termiticides, chemical manufacturers of these insecticides have devised a less intrusive treatment protocol that
includes the remedial treatment of all known live infestations within the structure and
a perimeter-only treatment of soil. For post-on-pier construction the perimeter of all
piers is included in the treatment strategy. Results of field trials with three non-repellent termiticides (Thiamethoxam, Termidor, and Premise) are described.
|Appears in Collections:||Volume 39 - December 2007 : Hawaiian Entomological Society|
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