Buprofezinone is a new selective insecticide that inhibits the growth and development of insects.
It has strong contact killing effect and also has stomach poisoning effect.

Characteristics of buprofen insecticide:

 

Buprofen insecticide is a new selective insecticide that inhibits the growth and development of insects.
It has strong contact killing effect and also has stomach poisoning effect.
The mechanism of action is to inhibit insect chitin synthesis and interfere with metabolism, causing nymphs to molt abnormally or have wing deformities and slowly die. Generally, the effect can only be seen after 3 to 7 days of application. It has no direct lethality to adult worms, but it can shorten their lifespan and reduce the number of eggs laid. Most of the eggs produced are infertile, and the larvae will die quickly even if they hatch. It has good control effect on hemipteran planthoppers, leafhoppers, whiteflies and scale insect pests, and the efficacy period is more than 30 days. It is safer to natural enemies and has good overall effect.

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Targets of prevention and treatment of buprofezinone insecticide:

It has good control effect on Homoptera planthoppers, leafhoppers, whiteflies, cotton mealybugs, rice brown planthoppers, orange mealybugs, red round scales, olive scales, etc. It has good control effect on some Coleopteran pests and harmful mites. Long-lasting larvicidal activity. It can effectively control planthoppers, leafhoppers on rice, leafhoppers on potatoes, etc.