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1. A liquid or solid substance that forms vapors which destroy pathogens, insects, etc. Fumigants are usually used in soils or closed structures such as under a tent.<br><br>http://www.apsnet.org/education/IllustratedGlossary/PhotosE-H/fumigant.jpg<br>This is a field covered with plastic tarp for 24-48 hours after fumigation to prevent the escape of volatile chemiclas.<br>
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1. A liquid or solid substance that forms vapors which destroy [[pathogen]]s, insects, etc. Fumigants are usually used in soils or closed structures such as under a tent.<br><br>http://www.apsnet.org/education/IllustratedGlossary/PhotosE-H/fumigant.jpg<br>This is a field covered with plastic tarp for 24-48 hours after fumigation to prevent the escape of volatile chemiclas.<br>
 
Source:http://www.apsnet.org/education/IllustratedGlossary/PhotosE-H/fumigant.htm<br>
 
Source:http://www.apsnet.org/education/IllustratedGlossary/PhotosE-H/fumigant.htm<br>
 
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1. A liquid or solid substance that forms vapors which destroy pathogens, insects, etc. Fumigants are usually used in soils or closed structures such as under a tent.

fumigant.jpg
This is a field covered with plastic tarp for 24-48 hours after fumigation to prevent the escape of volatile chemiclas.
Source:http://www.apsnet.org/education/IllustratedGlossary/PhotosE-H/fumigant.htm