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chapter 21 protecting non-target organisms
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describe the common ways that non-target plants and animals become exposed to pesticides and how to prevent or minimize such exposure.
the effects of pesticides on non-target organisms may involve direct and immediate injury or maybe due to long-term consequences of environmental pollution.
summarize the label information regarding pollinator protection.
do not apply name of product while bees are forging do not apply the name of product to plant that are flowering only apply after all flower petals have fallen off. look for bee icon.
explain who is responsible for Advance notification to beekeepers.
it is a person who owns or controls to land where the application is being made that is responsible for notifying beekeepers.
compare the cause of and difference between pest Resurgence and a secondary pest outbreak.
pest Resurgence is the loss of predators and parasites can have unexpected consequences in their absence of population of the target test May rebound and may soon surpass the free treatment level simply because there is no natural enemies to keep it in check. Secondary pest outbreak the past that formally cause little damage because it's numbers were held in check by predators and parasites they said in the beginning causing significant damage perhaps greater than that caused by the primary pest.
describe the kinds of impacts pesticide can have on Fish and Wildlife.
pesticides May either kill fish and wildlife or at sub Lisa doses cause a variety of deleterious effects including growth reduction behavioral changes and decrease reproduction It is believed that sublease effects may be the most serious problem for wildlife.
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