Here is our 5th installment of weekly pest control terms.
Sanitize: Treatment of surfaces by a process that is effective in destroying vegetative cells of microorganisms of public health significance and in substantially reducing numbers of other microorganisms. Treatment must not adversely affect the product and be safe for the consumer.
Synanthropic: Insects, rodents and birds all exhibit a preference to live in human settlements.
Rodenticide: Pesticide used for the control of rodent/mammal pests.
SOS: Search Out Source.
Warning: When used on a pesticide label; chemical should be considered “moderately toxic.”
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