Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
What is a pest ?
• A pest is any living organism which
competes with human, domestic animals
or desirable plants for food ...
Why to control pests?
1. For clean environment.
2. Disease free environment.
3. To stop the rapid growth of pests.
How it is done ?
Pest Management
System
What are the goals of PMS?
1. Prevention.
2. Suppression.
3. Eradication.
Apart from this
Natural Control
Biological control
Types of pests
• Insects
• Arthopods ( eight legged)
• Microbial organism
• Weeds
• mollusks
• Cockroach, termites,
beetle...
COCKROACH
• These are found in kitchens &
restaurant.
• Do not require human food &
can feed on white wash, hair &
books.
...
RAT & MICE
• They are found in
kitchen & dining
areas.
• Can be controlled by
hygienic storage &
disposal of food &
waste....
SILVERFISH
SILVERFISH ERADICATION
• Its silver grey insect that looks like
minute fish without fins
• A dispersion of borax or Boric ...
HOUSE FLY
• It breeds on human &
animal extracts,
decaying &
fermenting
vegetables.
• It cannot breed in dry
materials.
• ...
FLEAS
• They bite their hosts
causing irritation. In
humans red itching
spots appear on the
skin.
• Found in unhygienic
co...
LICE
• Wingless parasites
surviving on
mammalian blood.
• Eggs sticks firmly on
to the hairs & cannot
be removed by
brushi...
BED BUGS
• Prefer human blood & can
survive for months without
food.
• Gammexane, D.D.T.
Dichloro-Diphenyl-
Trichloroethan...
MOSQUITOES
• Prefer dark areas.
• Live on blood.
(females)
• Presence of water is
essential for their
existence.
CARPET BEETLE
• Major textile pest.
• Larvae damages
fabric.
• Can be controlled by
frequent vacuum
cleaning & spraying of...
WOOD BORING BEETLE
• They attack unpolished &
unpainted wooden
surfaces.
• Causes weakening of the
wood & may take 2-3
yea...
EFFECTS DUE TO INFESTATION
MOTHS
• Pest only in the larvae
stage.
• Control measures:
• Naphthalene balls &
camphor tablets.
• Keeping area clean.
CLOTH MOTH & ITS LARVAE
DRY ROT
• Lives on wood.
• Gives offensive smell.
• Prefers dampness.
• Effected area cut
away & burnt.
• Sterilized by us...
WET ROT
• Decay in timber in
damp conditions.
• Causes darkening of
wood & breaking into
small pieces,
• Badly decayed woo...
INSECTICIDES
• An insecticide is a pesticide used against
insects in all developmental forms.
• Insecticides are used in a...
Control measures:
• Proper drainage --
• No stagnant water ---
• Screening of buildings --
• Mosquito nets — (Repellants f...
Fumigation
• Fumigation -- is a method of pest
control that completely fills an area with
gaseous pesticides to suffocate ...
• Pci– Pest Control of India
• Rentokil pvt ltd ( UK based company)
DESINGED BY
Sunil Kumar
Research Scholar/ Food Product...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Pest control

1,716

Published on

Published in: Economy & Finance
0 Comments
2 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
1,716
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
74
Comments
0
Likes
2
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Transcript of "Pest control"

  1. 1. What is a pest ? • A pest is any living organism which competes with human, domestic animals or desirable plants for food or water. • At the same time they spread diseases to mankind & harms the environment .
  2. 2. Why to control pests? 1. For clean environment. 2. Disease free environment. 3. To stop the rapid growth of pests.
  3. 3. How it is done ? Pest Management System
  4. 4. What are the goals of PMS? 1. Prevention. 2. Suppression. 3. Eradication.
  5. 5. Apart from this Natural Control Biological control
  6. 6. Types of pests • Insects • Arthopods ( eight legged) • Microbial organism • Weeds • mollusks • Cockroach, termites, beetles& fleas • Spiders • Bacteria • Any plant growing where they are unwanted • snails , slugs & ship worms
  7. 7. COCKROACH • These are found in kitchens & restaurant. • Do not require human food & can feed on white wash, hair & books. • Prevention can be done by hygienic disposal of food & waste & overall cleanliness of the area, • Eradication : Chlorodecone.(Insecticide) • Life span : 4 months or more.
  8. 8. RAT & MICE • They are found in kitchen & dining areas. • Can be controlled by hygienic storage & disposal of food & waste. • Destruction : Baits, Fumigation & Trapping.
  9. 9. SILVERFISH
  10. 10. SILVERFISH ERADICATION • Its silver grey insect that looks like minute fish without fins • A dispersion of borax or Boric acid and sugar is a reliable bait to kill. silverfish). • Adults can be killed by freezing, but it is difficult to kill the eggs. • To capture silverfish, sprinkle plaster on a wet, white cotton cloth, put it in a corner overnight, near the silverfish's hideout. • By far the most effective way to be rid of Silverfish for sure is to keep an area or room tidy, limiting the possible number of breeding grounds they have.
  11. 11. HOUSE FLY • It breeds on human & animal extracts, decaying & fermenting vegetables. • It cannot breed in dry materials. • Controlling measures: Keeping area clean & installing Electrocutors.
  12. 12. FLEAS • They bite their hosts causing irritation. In humans red itching spots appear on the skin. • Found in unhygienic conditions & entry to clean places is entirely accidental.
  13. 13. LICE • Wingless parasites surviving on mammalian blood. • Eggs sticks firmly on to the hairs & cannot be removed by brushing.
  14. 14. BED BUGS • Prefer human blood & can survive for months without food. • Gammexane, D.D.T. Dichloro-Diphenyl- Trichloroethane is one of the best known synthetic pesticides), or kerosene oil containing pyrethrum may be sprayed. • Hydrocyanic acid gives very good result.
  15. 15. MOSQUITOES • Prefer dark areas. • Live on blood. (females) • Presence of water is essential for their existence.
  16. 16. CARPET BEETLE • Major textile pest. • Larvae damages fabric. • Can be controlled by frequent vacuum cleaning & spraying of insecticide between floor boards under carpets, under felts & in the crevices.
  17. 17. WOOD BORING BEETLE • They attack unpolished & unpainted wooden surfaces. • Causes weakening of the wood & may take 2-3 years to destroy it. • Controlled by spraying Rentokil, cuprinol etc. • Heat & fumigation. • Badly infested pieces are burnt.
  18. 18. EFFECTS DUE TO INFESTATION
  19. 19. MOTHS • Pest only in the larvae stage. • Control measures: • Naphthalene balls & camphor tablets. • Keeping area clean.
  20. 20. CLOTH MOTH & ITS LARVAE
  21. 21. DRY ROT • Lives on wood. • Gives offensive smell. • Prefers dampness. • Effected area cut away & burnt. • Sterilized by using blow lamp.
  22. 22. WET ROT • Decay in timber in damp conditions. • Causes darkening of wood & breaking into small pieces, • Badly decayed wood to be cut out.
  23. 23. INSECTICIDES • An insecticide is a pesticide used against insects in all developmental forms. • Insecticides are used in agriculture, medicine, industry and the household. • Some insecticides have been banned due to the fact that they are persistent toxins which have adverse effects on animals and/or humans. An oft-quoted case is that of DDT( Dichloro- Diphenyl-Trichloroethane) . •
  24. 24. Control measures: • Proper drainage -- • No stagnant water --- • Screening of buildings -- • Mosquito nets — (Repellants formula: kerosene oil – 1 part, coconut oil – 2 parts, Carbolic acid – 1%, Citronella oil – 1 part)
  25. 25. Fumigation • Fumigation -- is a method of pest control that completely fills an area with gaseous pesticides to suffocate or poison the pests.
  26. 26. • Pci– Pest Control of India • Rentokil pvt ltd ( UK based company) DESINGED BY Sunil Kumar Research Scholar/ Food Production Faculty Institute of Hotel and Tourism Management, MAHARSHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY, ROHTAK Haryana- 124001 INDIA Ph. No. 09996000499 email: skihm86@yahoo.com , balhara86@gmail.com linkedin:- in.linkedin.com/in/ihmsunilkumar facebook: www.facebook.com/ihmsunilkumar webpage: chefsunilkumar.tripod.com
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×