What is a non fumigant nematicide?

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A non-fumigant nematicide is a non-gas formulation. It moves into the soil profile via irrigation water and rainfall. Nimitz has a superior half-life compared to fumigants. A non-fumigant nematicide like Nimitz, it's a simple application. It must apply seven days before planting by drip irrigation or broadcast. There are fewer complexities with a non-fumigant nematicide. Non-fumigant nematicides are not a restricted use pesticide. Non-fumigant nematicides have a caution signal word, no buffer zone, no fumigant management plan, and a shorter re-entry interval.