because like we do the flu they become immune to it and it doesnt affect them
These chemicals are called insecticides.
The advantage of using chemicals to kill insects and weeds is speed, cost and ease of application. The disadvantage of chemicals is overspray and runoff, as well as the lingering chemical on the produce.
Yes, these chemicals are called pesticides.
Farmers use pesticides and insecticides to kill insects that destroy crops. Both of these substances are made from strong chemicals.
We can use many insecticides or pest control chemicals to remove or kill insects in our house. We can also take help of any pest control service company for this purpose.
Runoff can kill animals in the water because it brings chemicals into the water that do not belong there. These chemicals can include pesticides actually meant to kill insects, fish, and animals.
Flea collars contain a mixture of chemicals that are toxic to insects and kill fleas on contact. The chemicals spread through the coat and in some cases the bloodstream.
Well they try and kill the pest insects that damage their crops but unfortunately the insecticide sprays they use actually kill all insects which, while perhaps OK for the farmer is very bad for the ecology and biodiversity of the planet.....also we end up eating some of these chemicals and as they are poisons it can not really be good for us.
Many chemicals can kill animals.
An example sentence for pesticides would be...I watched the farmer put pesticides on his plants so it would kill insectsOr something like that!Don't pesticides kill insects?
Pesticides is the general term that's used to describe the chemicals that are designed to kill pests. The first part of the word, which is 'pest-' in this case, identifies the intended target or victim of the chemical. The second part of the word, '-icide', explains the intended, terminal action to whatever the pest is.There also are specific chemicals that kill specific pests. For example, 'fungicides' kill fungi. Chemicals identified as 'insecticides' kill insects. Those identified as 'miticides' kill mites. 'Herbicides' kill plants, usually weeds, 'rodenticides' kill rodents, etc.
no. bees are vegeterien but they would attack and kill other insects in defence of the queen and the hive
Some insecticides can no longer kill insects because the insects have evolved to be immune to the poisons. Also, most insecticides do not kill insects on contact.
Radioactive chemicals would kill a real spider. Real life is not the same as the comics.
Giving birth would certainly kill them.
No they cannot kill.
That they where called jackers and the would parolize and posssiable kill you.
Pesticides are used in order to kill insects. If insects get on some types of vegetation, it can kill it.
Chemicals typically used on farms kill fireflies. Over the years the firefly population has been dropping severely due to this.
Yes they do kill .