Organic pesticides vary greatly in material and mode of action. Examples of natural pesticides include oil for insect suffocation, a bacteria lethal only to a specific insect, microscopically sharp substances to lacerate soft-bodied insect causing desiccation, a natural substance that interferes with insect functioning and interrupts the live cycle, or benign substance like soap that kills certain insects. See the Natural Insecticide Glossary for details about natural pesticides.
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