Thiacloprid 240 sc (21.7 w/w)
- MOQ：1 ton
- Support samples
The mechanism of action of thiacloprid is different from other traditional insecticides. It acts mainly on the postcommissural membrane of insect nerves. By binding to nicotinic acetylcholine receptors, it interferes with normal transmission in the insect nervous system. Eventually causing blockage of nerve channels, resulting in a large accumulation of acetylcholine. As a result, the insect becomes extremely excited, convulses its whole body, becomes paralyzed, and dies.
Thiacloprid has strong systemic, contact and stomach poisoning effects. It has no cross-resistance to conventional insecticides such as pyrethroids, organophosphates and carbamates. Therefore it can be used for resistance management.
Thiacloprid’s target pests:
It is an effective agent for controlling sucking and chewing mouthparts pests
Precautions when using thiacloprid:
1. Safe for humans and animals. Thiacloprid has high insecticidal activity against pine beetles, but its toxicity is extremely low, and it is highly safe for humans and animals. Moreover, the agent has no odor or irritation, which is harmful to pesticide application operators and residents in the pesticide application area. Safety.
2. Safe for the environment. Due to the low vapor pressure of its active ingredient, thiacloprid does not pollute the air. Due to its short half-life, thiacloprid residues can decompose quickly after entering soil and rivers, causing little impact on the environment.
3. Safe for aquatic life. Thiacloprid also has very low toxicity to fish and other aquatic organisms, and usually has basically no effect on aquatic organisms.
4. Stop using this product after a 7-day safety interval.