The application of insecticides is the predominant method by which man attempts to control the size of insect populations. Due to environmental and economical reasons, it is desirable to treat a given area with the least amount of insecticide that can be made to be effective. The most efficient method is to break up the liquids into aerosols and distribute these fine droplets over the target area. The small droplets stay suspended for longer periods of time due to their size and are distributed more evenly, providing longer effectiveness. The term ULV is an abbreviation for Ultra-Low-Volume, the technology used to treat areas with small amounts of chemical in an aerosol form. These chemicals are usually in a more concentrated state than chemicals used in other methods of application.