Abamectin 1.8 ec 95 tc sc 18 % abamect 5%
We can provide you with various contents and packages of Abamectin. Abamectin is mainly used to kill mites and spider mites in farmland and fruit trees.
- MOQ：1 ton
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- Product Name:Abamectin
- CAS No.:65195-55-3
- Packaging: can be customized
- MOQ; 1 ton
- Delivery time: 15 days
Abamectin: A powerful insecticide with a unique mechanism of action
Abamectin is a highly effective and widely used insecticide against mites and various insects. It is highly stomach toxic and contact-killing, making it an important tool in pest control. However, it is worth noting that abamectin does not have the ability to kill eggs, which is a key factor to be considered in pest management strategies.
Abamectin differs from typical insecticides in its unique mechanism of action.
Unlike general insecticides, it can interfere with the neurophysiological activities of arthropods. It stimulates the release of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), a neurotransmitter that inhibits nerve transmission in these organisms. As a result, mite adults, nymphs, and insect larvae exposed to abamectin showed paralytic symptoms. They become immobile, stop eating and eventually die within 2 to 4 days.
An interesting aspect of abamectin is its slow lethal effect on insects.
Unlike other insecticides that cause rapid dehydration, Abamectin works differently. This is both beneficial and challenging in a pest control scenario. While the slow action gives Abamectin time to effectively destroy pests, it also means that the process may not be as immediate and obvious as other insecticides.
A major benefit of using Abamectin is that it has minimal effects on beneficial insects such as predatory insects and parasitic natural enemies. This is mainly because it hardly remains on the plant surface. As a result, these beneficial insects have limited exposure to chemicals, which helps maintain the delicate balance of the ecosystem.
However, caution must be exercised when using it. While its effects on beneficial insects may be limited, it is still crucial to follow the correct application regimen to minimize accidental damage. It is recommended in the early stages of a pest infestation to prevent further damage.
It is a potent insecticide with stomach toxicity and contact effects on mites and insects. Its unique mechanism of action, which inhibits nerve transmission by stimulating the release of GABA, makes it different from general insecticides. Although avermectin does not kill eggs and is slow to kill, it effectively paralyzes and destroys mite adults, nymphs and insect larvae. When used responsibly, it has minimal impact on beneficial insects, making it an invaluable tool in integrated pest management strategies.