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Toady we have a follow up on our pest control terms post from the 9th of February.

Bacterial Degradation:

Breakdown due to bacteria. This generally refers to the breakdown of chemical barriers or could reference the ineffectiveness of a specific pesticide due to bacteria within the environment.

Calibration:

can simply be defined as the comparison of desired output and real output; and that adjustments are made so that real output equals your desired output

Carcinogen:

Cancer causing agent.

Carpenter Ant:

generally the largest/biggest ant found. Wood destroying ant.

Caution:

When used on a pesticide label; chemical should be considered “slightly toxic.”

Chronic Toxicity:

The toxic effects of a chemical can be seen to reoccur or is reproduced over an extended period of time.

Complete Metamorphosis:

Refers to an insect which contains all four stages within their life cycle that includes, Egg, Larvae, Pupa, and Adult.

Remember to contact Earth Guard Pest Services for any questions relating to this article and for all your pest control needs.

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