Insecticide:The Definitive Guide 2018
I know you’re here looking for the best insecticide manufacturer that you can trust.
You’re in the right place.
Because in this guide, I’m going to walk you through very import information about insecticide.
From basic chemical composition,applications and market.
You’ll probably learn a lot.
So,if you’re serious about finding the best insecticide products,then read Awiner insecticide guide to the end.
Let’s go straight to the main subject of the guide.
Chapter 1: What is it insecticide?
Insecticide play an important role in the agriculture and common house.
Insecticide is type of chemical used to kill insects and bugs.
If your crops have some insects,you need insecticide.
If your house is full of bedbugs or cockroaches,you need insecticide.
In a word,insecticide usually have to do with killing insects.
And you and me, often use insecticide for farm or home.
Chapter2: Type of insecticide
Do you know about the type of insecticide?
Well,there are various types of insecticides.
In this guide you will know the answer.
In fact,insecticides can be classified in different types , for example,on the basis of their chemistry, their toxicological action, or mode of action.
Maybe you think it is complex,so let me show you that we classify them by mode of action and source of ingredients.
2.1.First,Let me classify them by mode of action for you.
Insecticides can be classified into for major groups: systemic insecticide, contact insecticide, stomach insecticide and fumigation insecticide.
You may ask what is systemic insecticide? What is contact insecticide? What is stomach insecticide? And what is fumigation insecticide?
Don’t worry.Let me tell you one-by-one.
2.1.1 Systemic insecticide
In this part we will have an simple look at the systemic insecticide.You will have known what systemic insecticide is,how it works.
The most common application for systemic insecticide is through soil drenching.
Systemic insecticides are put in the oil and allowed to be absorbed by plant roots.
These insecticides move up to the leaves,branches,fruits,and twigs of the plant and protect it from being chewed upon by insects.
Systemic insecticide example
2.1.2 Contact insecticides
Contact insecticides are applied directly to the insect which is killed after is comes in contact with the insecticide.
A contact insecticide is one that is harmful, damaging or lethal to the target insect when the chemical is absorbed through direct contact.
Some of these products are also used to disinfect the home and environment and deodorise the place.
These insecticides are available in the market in the form of sprays, coils, liquid vaporisers and repellents.
2.1.3 Stomach insecticide
Stomach insecticide are insecticides eaten by an insect so that the poison enters the stomach and then is absorbed into the body.
A pesticide that is ingested by a pest and absorbed into its body, causes its death.
Examples are compounds containing arsenates or fluorides. Many baits are also stomach poisons.
2.1.4 Fumigation insecticide
Fumigation is a pest control method in which a pesticide gas or vapor is released into the air or injected into the soil to kill or eliminate pests.
Structural fumigation is used to eliminate pests such as termites and bedbugs.
This pest control method fills the airspace within a structure with a toxic gas. A tarp or tent is used to trap the gas inside the area being treated.
Soil fumigation is a commonly used agricultural practice to treat fields to reduce weeds, nematodes and other soil insects and small rodents such as moles.
Agricultural fumigants are injected into the soil and move through the soil air and dissolve in the water in the soil where they kill pests. Fumigant pesticides are also used on grains and crops post-harvest to reduce insects, ticks and mites, nematodes, slugs and snails and fungal diseases.
Now,you have know that systemic insecticide, contact insecticide, stomach insecticide and fumigation insecticide already.
2.2 Let me show you we classified insecticides by other way: source of ingredients.
You will find inorganic insecticide, organic insecticide, botanical insecticide,microbial insecticide.
2.2.1 Inorganic insecticide
inorganic pesticide is an inorganic compound that kills pests.
For example: mineral origin, mainly compounds of antimony arsenicj barium, boron, copper, fluorine, mercury, selenium, sulfur, thallium, and zinc, and elemental phosphorus and sulfur.
Some work as poisons and some work by physically interfering with the pest.
Current inorganic pesticides are relatively low in toxicity and have low environmental impact.
2.2.2 Organic insecticide
Organic pesticides for plants are considered to be those made from natural ingredients.
That doesn’t mean they are free from chemicals, just that the chemicals are derived from botanical and mineral sources.
The wide variety of organic pesticides encompasses biochemical, microbial, botanical or mineral based. Many of these come from plants themselves, insects, or naturally occurring minerals.
2.2.3 Botanical insecticide
Many plants and minerals have insecticidal properties; that is, they are toxic to insects.
Botanical insecticides are naturally occurring chemicals (insect toxins) extracted or derived from plants or minerals. They are also called natural insecticides.
2.2.4 Microbial insecticide
One such alternative is the use of microbial insecticides –insecticides that contain microorganisms or their by-products.
Microbial insecticides are especially valuable because their toxicity to non-target animals and humans isextremely low.
Compared to other commonly used insecticides, they are safe for both the pesticide user and consumers of treated crops.
Microbial insecticides also are known as biological pathogens, and biological control agents.
Chapter3: Insecticide uses
What do you think is the main goal of agriculture insecticide?
Insecticides are important for disease control and providing food and fiber for a growing world population.
As the human population increases, the amount of food produced is very important.
Due to this high loss in food production,insecticides are often used to try to combat the problem.
There are many different types of pesticides on the market today, but the most common are herbicides and insecticides, which kill or manage unwanted plants and insects.
For the control of insects on Alfalfa, Apples, Barley, Beans, Brassica (cole) leafy vegetables, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Bulb vegetables, Butternut, Cabbage, Canola, Carrots, Cauliflower, Celery, Cereals, Cherries, Chickpeas, Corn, Corn grown for seed, Corn, field, Corn, popcorn, Corn, sweet, Cucurbits, Durum wheat, Flax, Garlic, Leek, Legume vegetables, Legumes, Lettuce, Lettuce, head, Mustard, Nectarines, Oats, Onions, Pastures, Peaches, Pears, Peas, Plums, Poplar, Potatoes, Potatoes, sweet, Pulse crops, Saskatoon berries, Soybeans, Soybeans (conventional), Spring wheat, Strawberries, Summerfallow, Sunflower, Sunflowers, Tobacco, Tomatoes, Tree Nuts, Walnut, Wheat, Willow, Winter wheat…..
Chapter4: Insecticide benefits
Why we need to use insecticides?
What is the benefit of insecticide?
The truth is: the benefits of insecticides include increased food production, increased profits for farmers and the prevention of diseases.
Humans have attained important benefits from many uses of insecticides, including:
- increased yields of crops because of protection from defoliation and diseases;
- prevention of much spoilage of stored foods;
- prevention of certain diseases, which conserves health and has saved the lives of millions of people and domestic animals.
Chapter5: Available Insecticide Formulation
I guess you have been used some insecticide product . You must find that there are many different formulations.
Yes,insecticide formulations include dusts, gels, granules, liquids, aerosols, wettable powders, concentrates, and pre-mixed solutions.
In short,Insecticides come in main three different forms:
- solids, which come in powder form (like flour), or in crystal or granular form (like sugar)
- liquids, which look like milky water
- aerosols, which are sprayed out in a fine mist
People use sprays, dusts, granules, and other compounds to control a population of undesirable creatures.
Chapter6: How to Apply Insecticide?
Identify the insect before applying insecticides.
If insects are small, such as spider mites and aphids, rinse plants. This will knock many of the insects off the plants.
You say you know the insect,but you don’t know which product is suit for you.
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- Choose Your Favorite Type of Insecticide
What front of you is insecticide powder,insecticide liquid.
Each type of insecticide have its advantage.
Which one you use depends on your own preference, although liquid forms offer the flexibility to treat vertical and hard surfaces.
.Treat according to label directions.
.When spraying liquid, spray with the wind to avoid getting drenched.
.Apply to other areas where you spot insect activity.
.If insect pressure is intense, widen the treatment band.
.Wash your hand after finish spraying insecticide.
.Measure accurately when mixing insecticides.
.After mixing an insecticide with water, spray immediately or within a few hours.
Chapter7: Insecticide label
ALWAYS READ THE PESTICIDE LABEL
Important information regarding the pesticide can be found on the product’s label.
The label is a legal document required for every insecticide registered.
Always keep the product in the original package.
Some of the information that is contained on the label includes:
- Trade name or brand name
- Active ingredients and their percentage by weight
- Types of plants or sites where insecticidemay be used
- Pests targeted
- How much to use
- How and when to apply
- Required protective clothing and equipment
- Signal word defining short-term toxicity to people (DANGER, WARNING, or CAUTION)
- Precautionary statements defining hazards to people, domestic animals, or the environment
- Emergency and first aid measures to take if someone has been exposed
- How to properly store and dispose of the insecticideand empty containers
Chapter8: Insecticide packing
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Chapter10:Insecticide manufacturing process
Do you know the manufacturing process of pesticide?
I think most people answer is ‘No”
Many people hardly have an idea of how insecticide is manufactured.
And today I’m going to show you exactly how insecticide is manufactured, step-by-step.
Chapter11:Your best insecticide manufacturer
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Bioinsecticide and common insecticide Main Export Market
- North America
- Western Europe
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Chapter12: How to ship insecticide from China to your country?