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  • Heat Provides Effective Control of Insects in Stored Grain Products
    Methyl bromide has been a very important fumigant for control of insects, ranging from soil nematodes to flour beetles found in grain mills. However, this chemical is one that contributes to atmospheric ozone depletion, and the Montreal Protocol has mandated its phase-out. By 2005, developed
  • Into Thin Air
    , peppers, grapes, carrots, almonds, and other consumer favorites --often require use of potent fumigants before planting to control soil-dwelling pests, such as nematodes, fungi, and weeds. But because of an impending prohibition against the widely used methyl bromide and new, more stringent ambient air

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