Pests & Disease
Biological pest control uses natural enemies to control pests, based on living micro-organisms or natural products (such as insects).
Rodenticides work to kill rats and mice. Traditionally called rat poison or rat and mouse bait, they are available in the form of treated wheat, pasta paste or wax blocks.
Insecticide is a general term applied to pesticides that are used to kill insects. They come in many forms and can be applied in many different ways.
A fungicide is used to control fungi that grows parasitically on plants causing disease. Most fungicides act as a protectant and are often highly targeted to certain diseases with these being known as disease specific.