Definition of carbaryl
: a carbamate insecticide C12H11NO2 effective especially against numerous crop, forage, and forest pests
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Spinosad, BT (both organic insecticides), carbaryl or permethrin regularly applied will keep them in check.
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Origin and Etymology of carbaryl
carbamate + aryl
First Known Use: 1963See Words from the same year
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