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  • ACEQUINOCYL  CAS:57960-19-7 Manufacturer Supplier

    ACEQUINOCYL CAS:57960-19-7 Manufacturer Supplier

    Acequinocyl, also known as 2- (acetoxy) 3-dodecyl-1,4-naphthoquinone, is a pure yellow powder solid. Acequinocyl is an important synthetic acaricide pesticide used to control lice, mites, and other invertebrates.

  • Propargite  CAS:2312-35-8 Manufacturer Supplier

    Propargite CAS:2312-35-8 Manufacturer Supplier

    Propargite is a wettable powder or water emulsifiable liquid. Propargite can cause illness by inhalation, skin absorption and/or ingestion. The primary hazard is the threat to the environment. Immediate steps should be taken to limit its spread to the environment. Since Propargite is a liquid Propargite can easily penetrate the soil and contaminate groundwater and nearby streams.

  • Spinosad  CAS:131929-60-7 Manufacturer Supplier

    Spinosad CAS:131929-60-7 Manufacturer Supplier

    Spinosad is a group 5 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor agonist, that causes involuntary muscle contractions and tremors secondary to motor neuron activation. Prolonged exposure causes paralysis and flea death. Flea death begins within 30 minutes of dosing and in 4 hours is complete. Spinosad does not interact with bindings sites of other insecticidal agents (GABA-ergic or nicotinic).

  • Mycorrhiza Granular  – Manufacturer Supplier

    Mycorrhiza Granular – Manufacturer Supplier

    ARPHA GOLD(Arbuscular Mycorrhiza, also known as AMF) is a unique beneficial microbes from nature. It is a combination of mycorrhizal fungus hyphae in the soil and the nutrient root system of higher plants. It is used to absorb and transport nutrients to the root system.

  • Profenofos  CAS:41198-08-7 Manufacturer Supplier

    Profenofos CAS:41198-08-7 Manufacturer Supplier

    Profenofos is an organic thiophosphate, an organophosphate insecticide, an organochlorine insecticide and a member of monochlorobenzenes. It has a role as an EC (acetylcholinesterase) inhibitor, an acaricide and an agrochemical. It is functionally related to a 4-bromo-2-chlorophenol.

  • Pyriproxyfen  CAS:95737-68-1 Manufacturer Supplier

    Pyriproxyfen CAS:95737-68-1 Manufacturer Supplier

    Pyriproxyfen is a pyridine compound and, in common with fenoxycarb, is a juvenile hormone mimic whose structure is unrelated to natural juvenile hormone. It is an insect growth regulator. Fleas absorb pyriproxyfen either by direct contact or by ingesting blood from a treated animal.Pyriproxyfen is a pyridine insecticide that mimics juvenile growth hormone, which prevents larvae from developing into reproduction-capable adults.

  • Lufenuron  CAS:103055-07-8 Manufacturer Supplier

    Lufenuron CAS:103055-07-8 Manufacturer Supplier

    Lufenuron is an insect development inhibitor of the benzoylphenyl urea class. It demonstrates activity against fleas that have fed on treated cats and dogs and become exposed to lufenuron in the host’s blood. Lufenuron also has activity by virtue of its presence in adult flea feces, leading to its ingestion by flea larvae. Both activities result in the production of eggs that are unable to hatch, causing significant reductions in flea larvae populations. The lipophilicity of lufenuron leads to its deposition in adipose tissues of animals from where it is slowly released into the bloodstream.

  • Indoxacarb  CAS:144171-61-9 Manufacturer Supplier

    Indoxacarb CAS:144171-61-9 Manufacturer Supplier

    Indoxacarb is the latest high-efficiency insecticide.By blocking the sodium ion channel in insect nerve cells, it can make nerve cells lose their function.It has the effect of killing stomach and poison, and can effectively control crops such as grain, cotton, fruit and vegetables. a variety of pests.It is suitable for controlling beet armyworm, diamondback moth, etc. on crops such as cabbage, broccoli, kale, tomato, pepper, cucumber,courgette, eggplant, lettuce, apple, pear, peach, apricot, cotton, potato, grape, etc.

  • Imidacloprid   CAS:138261-41-3 Manufacturer Supplier

    Imidacloprid CAS:138261-41-3 Manufacturer Supplier

    Imidacloprid is a systemic insecticide that acts as an insect neurotoxin and belongs to a class of chemicals called the neonicotinoidswhich act on the central nervous system of insects. Imidacloprid is a systemic, chloro-nicotinyl insecticide with soil, seed and foliar uses for the control of sucking insects including rice hoppers, aphids, thrips, whiteflies, termites, turf insects, soil insects and some beetles. It is most commonly used on rice, cereal, maize, potatoes, vegetables, sugar beets, fruit, cotton, hops and turf, and is especially systemic when used as a seed or soil treatment.

  • Hexythiazox  CAS:78587-05-0 Manufacturer Supplier

    Hexythiazox CAS:78587-05-0 Manufacturer Supplier

    Hexythiazox is a new thiazolidinone acaricide. It has a wide insecticidal spectrum, high acaricidal activity to Tetranychus tetranychus and Tetranychus paniculatum, and has good residual effect when used at low concentration. It has no cross-resistance to organophosphorus and dichlorophenol, etc. It is safe to crops and beneficial insects that prey on mites, but it has no endotoxicity and has poor effect on adults. It has a wide insecticidal spectrum, and has high acaricidal activity against the mocking mite and the whole acaricidal mite.

  • Fenbutatin-oxide  CAS:13356-08-6 Manufacturer Supplier

    Fenbutatin-oxide CAS:13356-08-6 Manufacturer Supplier

    Fenbutatin oxide is quite stable to hydrolytic degradation. Metabolism in soils, plants and animals is minimal. The extensive and irreversible adsorption/binding to cationic and organic matter is the primary dissipation mechanism in the soil environment.

  • ETOXAZOLE  CAS:153233-91-1 Manufacturer Supplier

    ETOXAZOLE CAS:153233-91-1 Manufacturer Supplier

    Etoxazole is an organofluorine acaricide. It induces toxicity in two-spotted spider mite (T. urticae) larvae (LC50 = 0.036 mg/L for the London reference strain) through inhibition of chitin synthase 1. It reduces acetylcholinesterase (AChE) activity in the freshwater fish O. niloticus in a concentration-dependent manner. Etoxazole (2.2-22 mg/kg per day) inhibits the activity of catalase, glutathione peroxidase (GPX), and AChE in the liver and kidneys of rats in a dose-dependent manner. Formulations containing etoxazole have been used for the control of mites in agriculture.

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