Scientists have discovered how to create the perfect insecticide for the home

Scientists have created the perfect bug-killing insecticide.

In the latest edition of Science magazine, a team of scientists has shown how they could make a product that kills a variety of bugs from any size without any chemical.

It is one of the biggest breakthroughs in insecticide development since the 1940s.

Scientists have long thought they had the technology to kill a variety or species of insect, but the problem was the complexity of the process.

Until now, scientists have had to be creative to create a new insecticide that works on multiple targets.

The team behind the new product, led by Dr. Jiaquan Zhou, from the University of Texas at Austin, has been working for years to create an insecticide to work against both beneficial and harmful insects.

They developed a method of using enzymes called poly(ethylene glycol)s to break down poly(vinyl alcohol) molecules in a way that can kill a wide range of insect species.

The result is a new kind of insecticide, known as the poly(pyrrolidone-piperidine) poly(phenylpyrazole) or PHP, that is very effective at killing most insects.

When the team tried to create PHP for the first time, they found that the reaction took just over half an hour.

This was not the best time to try to create this new insecticidal compound.

They wanted to use it in the spring and summer to kill mosquitoes and other pests that were starting to appear, when the insects are more active and more resistant to pesticides.

But when they tried to make PHP in the lab, the reaction only took 30 minutes.

The PHP reacted with a variety and types of bugs, so they were able to create one that would be very effective against a wide variety of insects. 

The researchers then developed a process to use PHP to kill any number of different types of insect.

This is the first way to make a pesticide that is effective against different types.

It has a broad spectrum of applications.

It is a product we use all over the world.

If we have a big event, such as a big tornado or a hurricane, and we don’t have enough PHP available to do it all, then we have to have other ways of dealing with that, but it is the one thing we can do.

They had to get a lot of people interested in this.

In the past, they had to go into the labs and start synthesizing PHP and making it.

Now they can just do that themselves and get a big company to take it. 

They say the PHP is the most powerful insecticide available.

It can kill both beneficial insects and harmful bugs, and it does it in just 30 minutes, and they can produce it in a very short time, even in the winter, says Professor Zhongyu Li, a toxicologist at the University for Science and Technology in Beijing, China.

The team also found that PHP can be applied directly to the skin of any insect.

They found that this works particularly well on mosquitoes, which have long been known to be particularly vulnerable to the chemicals. 

But if you apply it to the insect itself, it doesn’t work well, and there is no long-term protection.

Zhou says it is not a perfect product.

For instance, PHP kills certain bugs but not others.

There is no protection against certain types of parasites, but PHP also kills some kinds of viruses. 

Other chemicals, such sprays, also seem to be ineffective.

They are a good thing, but they don’t work at all against most pests.

It could be that they have some sort of resistance to PHP.

But if you can make a better product, you can also use it on other kinds of pests, like other bugs.

Another advantage of this product is that it is relatively cheap to make.

A small amount of PHP costs less than $2.

This means that a lot less is needed to develop a product.

The researchers say they have also found a way to combine PHP with a natural ingredient called a protein called pectin, which has been found to be an excellent insecticide against many kinds of bugs.

This could help to prevent pests from getting into homes and harming humans.

The process is still very early and it is still early days, but Zhou says that the process is progressing rapidly.

They have only just started testing it out.

The company plans to launch their first commercial product in 2021, and will be expanding to other areas in the coming years.