Verb(1) treat with fumes, expose to fumes, especially with the aim of disinfecting or eradicating pests
(1) To provide that protection, growers often fumigate their fields before planting.(2) The only way to eradicate these diseases is to sterilize or fumigate the soil.(3) we got sulphur candles to fumigate the house(4) Other people fumigate cockroach infested houses.(5) Due to a lack of funding, the health office will only fumigate those areas where the disease has claimed lives.(6) Do not fumigate a greenhouse adjoining a dwelling without notifying the occupants before fumigation.(7) Researchers have developed a promising new technique for fumigating export consignments of Australian cut flowers using an environment-friendly phosphine formulation instead of methyl bromide.(8) The fumigation would cost as much as two months' rent.(9) In the past five years, nearly a million acres of land in Colombia has been blitzed and sterilized by pesticides and fumigants .(10) These days, a house under attack from drywood termites may be chemically fumigated through a process known as tenting.(11) It's also much more expensive to clean up and much more damaging to the proprietor seen as they usually cannot use a room I've just vacated - not until the fumigators have finished anyway.(12) The local government has tried to prevent the spread of the disease by warning people about the dangers of dengue fever, fumigation , and eliminating mosquito-breeding places.(13) In the Pacific Northwest, where much of the U.S. potato crop is grown, farmers often spend $250 an acre chemically fumigating their fields to get rid of the nematode before planting time.(14) The Bureau also recommends the percentage of foreign particles in maize such as animal droppings, pests and states the acceptable amounts of chemicals like pesticides and fumigants which were preservatives for stored grain.(15) When fields are fumigated , good and bad microbes alike may be wiped out.(16) ├ö├ç├┐Dates have been grown this way since the earliest records,├ö├ç├û says Adair, who uses no artificial chemicals, poisons, pesticides, fumigants or sulfur on his crop.
1. disinfect ::
2. purify ::
3. sterilize ::
4. sanitize ::
5. decontaminate ::
6. cleanse ::
7. clean out ::
Different Formsfumigate, fumigated, fumigates, fumigating
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