Insecticide Phoxim Cas 14816-18-3

Phoxim is a low-toxicity, synthetic organic phosphorus insecticide.

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Insecticide Omethoate Cas 1113-02-6

Omethoate has a strong contact-killing effect on pests and mites, especially for aphids that have developed resistance to dimethoate.

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Insecticide ETOXAZOLE 97%TC Cas 153233-91-1

This product has contact and stomach toxicity, no systemic action, but has strong penetration ability and is resistant to rainwater flushing.

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Insecticide Indoxacarb Cas 144171-61-9

Indoxacarb was the first commercially available organophosphate insecticide.

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What is Insecticide?

Insecticides are substances used to kill insects. They include ovicides and larvicides used against insect eggs and larvae, respectively. Insecticides are used in agriculture, medicine, industry and by consumers.

Features of Insecticide

Insecticides are pesticides that are formulated to kill, harm, repel or mitigate one or more species of insect. Insecticides work in different ways. Some insecticides disrupt the nervous system, whereas others may damage their exoskeletons, repel them or control them by some other means. They can also be packaged in various forms including sprays, dusts, gels, and baits. Because of these factors, each insecticide can pose a different level of risk to non-target insects, people, pets and the environment.

Practicing Integrated Pest Management can significantly reduce the amount of insecticides needed to control many insect problems.

Using more than one insecticide product in the same location can increase or decrease each one's effectiveness. It may also result in a greater risk to health and/or the environment.

Broad-spectrum insecticides are effective against all insects, even the good ones. Other insecticides target certain insects. Using a targeted insecticide minimizes the risk to beneficial or non-target insects.

Some insecticides work immediately to kill insects while others may need some time to take effect.

Insect growth regulators like pyriproxyfen and methoprene do not kill insects; they make it impossible for exposed insects to molt (grow) or lay eggs properly.

Insecticidal baits can be used instead of spraying large areas, especially for social insects like ants. This can decrease the risk of exposure, but remember to place baits where children and pets won't have access.

Applications of Insecticide

Pesticides are chemical compounds that are used to kill pests, including insects, rodents, fungi and unwanted plants (weeds). Over 1000 different pesticides are used around the world. Pesticides are used in public health to kill vectors of disease, such as mosquitoes, and in agriculture to kill pests that damage crops

Suppliers of Insecticide

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