1) control of pests using conventional. manufactured pesticides. 2) management of incompatible vegetation through the use of herbicides or growth regulators.
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chemical control (Wikipedia)
Chemical control may refer to:
- any method to eradicate or limit the growth of pathogens which transmit disease to animals and plants, especially:
- a Drug Enforcement Agency's Program to reduce the supply of illicit drugs and diverted chemicals
- in molecular biology, the use of biochemicals to control physiological functions such as breathing and molecular events such as receptor signaling