||a metal in nature associated
with Zinc, Copper and Lead ores, found in the environment as a result of
|Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
||employs integrated techniques
from improved land use and management, better agricultural practices, selective
pesticides, and improved quality of care.
||concentrated in ores and certain
soils, its softness and low melting point has enabled its use in a wide
variety of ways
||a rare element occurring naturally
in the earth. Its properties have led to a wide variety of uses.
Is transported around and does not biodegrade
||any material that is used
to kill a pest
||any organism that competes
with humans for food, fiber or living space or that detrimentally affects
the way of life
|| the length of time that
a pesticide remains in the environment without it being changed or broken
down into different substances
||naturally occurring, non-metallic
element found in varying concentrations around the world.
||used in paint to reduce the
growth of aquatic organisms on ship’s hulls.