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  • What You Should Know About Systemic Insecticide!

    A systemic insecticide is a chemical that is absorbed by the plant and conducted throughout the plant’s body. Unlike non-systemic insecticides, systemic insecticides don’t just act on the surface of the spray, but are transported through the roots, stems, and leaves of the plant, thus creating a ...
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  • Pre-Emergent vs. Post-Emergent Herbicides: Which herbicide should you use?

    What are Pre-Emergent herbicides? Pre-Emergent herbicides are herbicides that are applied prior to weed germination, with the primary goal of preventing the germination and growth of weed seeds. These herbicides are usually applied in early spring or fall and are effective in suppressing the germ...
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  • Selective and non-selective herbicides

    Simple description: non-selective herbicides kill all plants, selective herbicides kill only unwanted weeds and do not kill valuable plants (including crops or vegetated landscapes, etc.)   What are Selective Herbicides? By spraying selective herbicides on your lawn, specific target weeds ar...
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  • What are the different types of herbicides?

    What are the different types of herbicides?

    Herbicides are agricultural chemicals used to control or eliminate unwanted plants (weeds). Herbicides can be used in agriculture, horticulture, and landscaping to reduce competition between weeds and crops for nutrients, light, and space by inhibiting their growth. Depending on their use and mec...
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  • Contact vs. systemic herbicides

    Contact vs. systemic herbicides

    What are herbicides? Herbicides are chemicals used to destroy or inhibit the growth of weeds. Herbicides are widely used in agriculture and horticulture to help farmers and gardeners keep their fields and gardens tidy and efficient. Herbicides can be categorized into several types, mainly includi...
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  • What are systemic herbicides?

    What are systemic herbicides?

    Systemic herbicides are chemicals designed to eliminate weeds by being absorbed into a plant’s vascular system and translocating throughout the organism. This allows for comprehensive weed control, targeting both above-ground and below-ground plant parts. In modern agriculture, landscaping,...
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  • What is a contact herbicide?

    What is a contact herbicide?

    Contact herbicides are chemicals used to manage weeds by destroying only the plant tissues they come into direct contact with. Unlike systemic herbicides, which are absorbed and move within the plant to reach and kill its roots and other parts, contact herbicides act locally, causing damage and d...
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  • What are Annual weeds? How to remove them?

    What are Annual weeds? How to remove them?

    Annual weeds are plants that complete their life cycle—from germination to seed production and death—within one year. They can be classified into summer annuals and winter annuals based on their growing seasons. Here are some common examples:   Summer Annual Weeds Summer annual weeds germina...
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  • How safe is Abamectin?

    How safe is Abamectin?

    What is Abamectin? Abamectin is an insecticide used in agriculture and residential areas to control various pests like mites, leaf miners, pear psylla, cockroaches, and fire ants. It is derived from two types of avermectins, which are natural compounds produced by soil bacteria called Streptomyce...
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  • Prevention and control measures after apple tree flowers fall

    Prevention and control measures after apple tree flowers fall

    Apple trees gradually enter the flowering period. After the flowering period, as the temperature rises rapidly, leaf-eating pests, branch pests and fruit pests all enter the rapid development and reproduction stage, and the populations of various pests will increase rapi...
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  • Cutting off the transmission route can prevent greenhouse vegetables from getting sick

    Cutting off the transmission route can prevent greenhouse vegetables from getting sick

    It is crucial to prevent the occurrence of diseases and cut off the transmission routes. The transmission routes of diseases that are highly prevalent in greenhouses mainly include air flow, water, organisms and other factors. However, the transmission routes of different diseases are different. ...
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  • The team building event ended beautifully.

    The team building event ended beautifully.

    Last Friday, the company team building event was a day full of fun and camaraderie. The day started with a visit to a strawberry picking farm, where employees bonded by sharing their experience of picking fresh fruit. The morning activities set the tone for a day of outd...
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