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Mode of Action
Diflubenzuron works by preventing the formation of chitin, a molecule necessary to the formation of an insect’s cuticle
or outer shell. Insects that absorb a dose of diflubenzuron cannot form their protective outer shell and die during molting.
It is particularly effective against insect larva, but also acts as an ovicide, killing insect eggs.
The recommended rate of application is 1.5-30 g AI/100 liter of water effective against: leaf-feeding larvae and leaf miners
in forestry, top fruit, citrus, field crops including cotton and soyabeans, horticular crops. It is also effective againstthe larvae
of sciaridae and phoridae in mushrooms.By foliar spraying: 300—450g/Ha for Diflubenzuron 20% SC.
Diflubenzuron directions for use