Bifenazine is a bifenazine-type acaricide, which is used to eliminate mites and is used for the control of apples and grapes. The appearance of its pure product is white solid crystal, which is a new type of acaricide for selective foliar spray.

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Bifenazate is a bifenazine-type acaricide, which is used to eliminate mites and is used for the control of apples and grapes. The appearance of its pure product is white solid crystal, which is a new type of acaricide for selective foliar spray.

Thrips Control
The mechanism of action of bifenazate:

It has a unique effect on mite mitochondrial electron transport chain complex III inhibitors. Bifenazate is effective against all life stages of mites. It has ovicidal activity and knockdown activity against adult mites (48-72h), and the effect is long-lasting. The duration of effect is about 14 days.  It is safe for crops within the recommended dosage range,  and has low risk to parasitic wasps, predatory mites, and lacewings.

Control Pests:

For apples and grapes. Control apple spider mites, two-spotted spider mites, and McDaniel mites. There are also two-spotted spider mites and Lewis mites on ornamental plants.