Traducción de fumigate en Español:

fumigate

fumigar, v.

Pronunciación /ˈfjuməˌɡeɪt//ˈfjuːmɪɡeɪt/

verbo transitivo

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    fumigar
    • 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.
    • The most - intensively fumigated terrestrial sites have no vegetation, but further away a few pollution-tolerant species are present.
    • The first priest said he had tried sealing off the tower and fumigating it.
    • These days, a house under attack from drywood termites may be chemically fumigated through a process known as tenting.
    • The U.S. State Department says that only large coca plantations are fumigated.
    • 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.
    • Do not fumigate a greenhouse adjoining a dwelling without notifying the occupants before fumigation.
    • When a buyer calls, the seller suggests meeting in a parking lot or on a street corner, giving the excuse that his house is being fumigated or he has relatives visiting.
    • The only way to eradicate these diseases is to sterilize or fumigate the soil.
    • But we have already taken action by fumigating the area to prevent new cases,’ Asep said.
    • To provide that protection, growers often fumigate their fields before planting.
    • None of our neighbors got dengue fever because the area had been fumigated several times,’ Zaidah told the Post.
    • According to the Domestic Bursar, requests were received from students, ‘who had consulted various internet sites and believed their rooms could be fumigated without them having to move out’.
    • Termites have invaded the Bundy home and they have to spend the night in Al's shoe store while the house is being fumigated.
    • Last year a record area was fumigated but there was a small increase in coca production.
    • When fields are fumigated, good and bad microbes alike may be wiped out.
    • ‘Virtually all conventional spices sold in the United States are fumigated [sterilized] with hazardous chemicals that are banned in Europe,’ he says.
    • Due to a lack of funding, the health office will only fumigate those areas where the disease has claimed lives.
    • Phosphine readings should be taken from within the fumigated structure to insure proper gas concentrations.
    • Other people fumigate cockroach infested houses.