Bioinsecticides do not persist long in nature's domain and have shorter life spans; they are successful in minor amounts, more secure to people and animals compared to synthetic insecticides; they are extremely particular, frequently affecting just a single species of insect and have an exceptionally particular mode of action; moderate in activity and the timing of their requisition is relatively critical.
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