Insecticide

  • Insecticide Dimethoate Pure insecticide dimethoate is white needle crystal with a camphor smell and industrial product is usually light yellow brown emulsion. In terms of physical properties, melting point is 51 to 52℃, boiling point is 86℃, the relative density is 1.28 and the vapor pressure at room temperature is 1.13 Mpa. Solubility of this product is low in water, whereas it is higher in most organic solvents such as alcohol, ketone, ether, ester, benzene and toluene...
  • Insecticide Acetamiprid As a new type of agricultural pesticide, insecticide acetamiprid belongs to nitro-methyl heterocyclic compounds. And the chemical name for this product is N-[(6-chloro-3-pyridyl)methyl]-N'-cyano-N-methyl-acetamidine. The mechanism for this product is to act on nicotinic acetylcholine receptors in the insect nervous system synapses, interfere obstruction pathway and cause accumulation of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine in the synapses...
  • Insecticide Chlorpyrifos-ethyl Insecticide chlorpyrifos-ethyl has medium toxicity and it is highly toxic to fish and aquatic organisms but it is less toxic to bees. The residue period on leaves is 5-7 days and that is much longer in soil. For most crops, there is no toxicity, but it is more sensitive to tobacco and tomato foliar spray. Compared with conventional pesticides, it has lower toxicity to natural enemies, so it can be taken as alternative to highly toxic organophosphorus pesticides...
  • Insecticide Abamectin Insecticide abamectin is a natural product isolated from soil bacteria. Because it has strong contact and stomach poisoning and weak fumigant effect on insects and mites, it can be used for pest control and treatment of livestock caused by poultry nematode, mites and parasitic insects. It doesn't have systemic poisoning effect but it has strong leaf penetration, therefore it can kill the pests under the skin...
  • Insecticide Emamectin Benzoate Compared with avermectins, insecticidal activity of insecticide emamectin benzoate increases by 1-3 orders magnitude and it has effects on lepidoptera larvae and many other insect pests and mites. Besides that, it has stomach and contact poisoning effects, and it is still efficient in very low doses, for example, 0.084 ~ 2g/ha. In addition to that, it doesn't pose threat to beneficial insects so it is pretty ideal for integrated control of pests...
  • Insecticide Dicofol There are many cautions for using insecticide dicofol. In the first place, because of specific structure, this product can emit toxic gases under high temperature so storage and application should be paid more attention. As well as that, this product is not suitable for tea, edible fungi, vegetables, melons, strawberries and other crops because excessive pesticide residues may occur. Sometimes, drug injury may happen ...
  • Insecticide Malathion For safety, insecticide malathion is highly combustible with fire and high temperature and it can react with strong oxidants and release phosphorus, sulfur oxide gases after thermal decomposition. As a result, this product should be kept away from fire source in the process of transportation and storage. Besides that, it is not stable. To be more specific, it is prone to be hydrolysis if the PH value is above 7.0 and it can decompose rapidly ...
  • Insecticide Methamidophos Because of high toxicity, insecticide methamidophos can't be used on short growing crops or food safety issues such as residue could emerge. For storage and transportation, it shall not be upside down or crashed and moisture-proof sunscreen and good ventilation should be ensured. It is strongly prohibited for touch with fire and mix with strong acid and alkaline pesticides. As well as that, the remaining drug should be placed ...
  • Insecticide Fipronil Insecticide fipronil is one of phenylpyrazole insecticide and the chemical name is (RS)-5-amino-1-[2,6-dichloro-4-(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]-4-(trifluoromethylsulfinyl)-1H-pyrazole-3-carbonitrile. It has an excellent stability and it is stable at room temperature but not stable for light. The freezing point of this product is 4℃ and the melting point is 11℃.
  • Insecticide Carbofuran Because of its specific structure, insecticide carbofuran can irreversibly combine with cholinesterase so it is highly toxic to higher animals, such as birds. Specifically, acute oral LD50 for rats is 8 to 14 mg/kg, for dog the value is19 mg/kg. But this product is not toxic for bees. Due to high toxicity, it can't be used as spray or mixed together with swep. In the event of poisoning, atropine but rather pralidoxime should be used.
  • Insecticide Lambda-cyhalothrin Insecticide lambda-cyhalothrin, with formula C23H19ClF3NO3, is a kind of pyrethroid. It is insoluble in water but soluble in many organic solvents such as acetone, methanol, ethyl acetate, toluene and the solubility is bigger than 500g/L. It has stable characteristic. To be more specific, it can be stored for more than six months at room temperature and half-life is 20 days under the sun or in water.
  • Insecticide Dichlorvos DDVP For application of insecticide dichlorvos DDVP, beans and squash seedlings are easy to develop drug injury so concentration should be low. It has medium toxicity so it is toxic to humans and animals and spraying is prohibited at noon because this product can be absorbed through skin. As well as that, this product can't be used 7 days before the harvest of vegetables to prevent residue. In addition, this product can't be mixed ...
  • Insecticide Deltamethrin Insecticide deltamethrin, also known as decamethrin or K-othrine, the pure product is white crystal and original drug is a white odorless powder. This product is safe and stable. With quick action and strong knock-down power, it has strong contact and stomach poisoning and it can show repellent effect on pests at high concentrations which can last 7 to 12 days. This product is mainly for control of pests in cotton, fruit trees...
  • Insecticide Cypermethrin Insecticide cypermethrin is also called ripcord. The industrial product is yellow to brown viscous solid and the viscous liquid at 60℃.The melting point of this product is 60-80℃ and density is 1.1. With stable characteristic under sunlight and weight of the slow loss occurs when the temperature is higher than 220℃. This product is stable under weak acidic and neutral conditions, but can be decomposed by alkaline with hydrolysis ...
  • Insecticide Endosulfan The main function of insecticide endosulfan is to control various pests in fruit trees, vegetables, tea, cotton, soybeans and peanuts. Because this product has contact, stomach and fumigant poisoning, it is very hard for pests to develop drug-resistance. Besides that, stem could become stronger and leaves can be healthier and the residue for this product is very limited so it is very safe for crops.
  • Insecticide Azamethiphos Insecticide azamethiphos is a white or off-white crystalline powder with special smell and this feature can be used for identification of this product. It is insoluble in water and soluble in most organic solvents. For mode of action, the main function is stomach poisoning effect which is very obvious and significant to adult flies, cockroaches, ants and some other insects. If combined with induced agent...
  • Insecticide Thiamethoxam Insecticide thiamethoxam, also called actara, is a representative insecticide in the class of neonicotinoids. And the chemical name for this product is 3-[(2-Chloro-1,3-thiazol-5-yl)methyl]-5-methyl-N-nitro-1,3,5-oxadiazinan-4-imine. It has stomach, contact and systemic effects and it can be used for foliar spray and the soil irrigation processing. After application, this product can be quickly absorbed by root and transported to other parts ...
  • Insecticide Azadirachtin The mechanism of insecticide azadirachtin is to create antifeedant effect by directly or indirectly destroying insect mouthparts chemosensory organs or affect the vitality of the insects by interfering nutrition conversion through functioning on intestinal digestive enzymes. High concentration of this product can directly kill the pests and low concentration can result in permanent larva or deformity of the pupa and adult. At the same time...
  • Insecticide Parathion Methyl At room temperature, insecticide parathion methyl is stable in neutral and weak acidic media and there is no dramatic change for the concentration of effective ingredients after long time. However, it can react with strong oxidants so mixing with them is prohibited. This product is highly toxic and poisoning can be caused through esophagus, respiratory tract and skin. In case of poisoning, atropine or pralidoxime can be used for ...
  • Insecticide Trichlorfon Chemical name for insecticide trichlorfon is (RS)-Dimethyl (2,2,2-trichloro-1-hydroxyethyl)phosphonate. The solubility of this product in water is 120g/L and it is soluble in most organic solvents but insoluble in aliphatic hydrocarbons and petroleum. Because of specific structure, it is combustible in case of fire and high heat and it can release toxic gases phosphine oxide and chloride.
  • Insecticide Acephate Insecticide acephate can be used for prevention and control of a variety of chewing and sucking mouthparts and spider mites in vegetables, tea, tobacco, fruit trees, cotton, rice, wheat, canola and other crops. Safe interval for vegetables is 7 days, 9 days for autumn and winter and 2 times are enough for a single quarter. For rice, cotton, fruit trees, citrus, tobacco, corn and wheat, safety interval is 14 days and the maximum is 1 time for a single quarter.

Insecticide

Insecticide, as a kind of pesticide, is used to combat agricultural pests and urban health pests. There are many types of our product, some are used as home depot pesticides and some are taken as pest control. To be more specific, according to action of mode, it can be divided into stomach poison, contact poison, fumigant poison and systemic poison. According to toxicological effects, it can be categorized into nerve agent, respiratory agent, physical agent and specific agent. There are inorganic and mineral type, botanical type, organic synthesis and insect hormones type according to different sources.

However, there is a problem of pest resistance during long-term use of insecticide for natural insect control. In order to resolve that problem, multi-species rotation can be adopted instead of a single type. With regard to safety, it is toxic not only to pests but also to humans and animals, so these characteristics should also be considered when using this product.

As a professional insecticide manufacturer and supplier in China, we offer a wide range of agricultural chemicals that includes herbicide glyphosate, herbicide trifluralin, fungicide tebuconazole and fungicide mancozeb, etc.

Other Products
  • Herbicide Paraquat Herbicide paraquat, with chemical name 1, 1'-Dimethyl-4, 4'-bipyridinium dichloride, has fast action and it can be absorbed rapidly by the green tissue of plant. Its active gradients are of highly destructive of the chloroplast layer membrane so photosynthesis and chlorophyll synthesis are quickly stopped. As an outstanding feature, our product can be sprayed only on brown lignified bark and branches but rather green stems and leaves ...
  • Herbicide Trifluralin For instruction of herbicide trifluralin, for cotton, 750-900ml 48% EC per acre together with 300kg water are evenly sprayed on the surface of the soil with the depth of 2-3cm, after that, crops can be planted. For soybean, 600-900ml 48% EC together with 210kg water per acre are required and planting can be started after 5-7d of even spraying and mixing with soil. Planting of rapeseed, peanut and sesame can start 3-7 days after spraying ...