Chlorfenapyr can control of many species of insects and mites, including those resistant to carbamate, organophosphate and pyrethroid Insecticides and also chitin-synthesis inhibitors, in cotton, vegetables, citrus, top fruit, vines and soya beans. Among pests resistant to conventional products which are controlled by Chlorfenapyr are Brevipalpus phoenicis (leprosis mite), Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Colorado potato beetle), Helicoverpa spp., Heliothis spp., Plutella xylostella (diamond-back moth) and Tetranychus spp. Chlorfenapyrs use in resistance management programmes for control of various cotton pests is under evaluation.
|Product Name:||Chlorfenapyr 24% SC|
|CAS Registry Number:||122453-73-0|
|Flash Point:||222 °C|
|General Formulation||Chlofenapyr 100g/L SC
Chlofenapyr 240g/L SC (24% SC)
Chlofenapyr 97% TC
|Packing details||200L drum
5L drum x 4 drums/ carton box
1L bottle x 10bottles/ carton box
500ml bottle x 20bottles/ carton box
200ml bottle x 50bottles/ carton box
100ml bottle x 100bottles/ carton box
1. Chlofenapyr is a new structure of pyrrole insecticides and acaricides. Excellent control of drill collars, suckers and chewing pests and ticks.
2. It is more effective than cypermethrin and cyhalothrin, and its acaricidal activity is stronger than that of dicofol and tricyclic tin.
3. The agent has the following characteristics: broad-spectrum insecticidal, acaricidal agents; both stomach poisoning and contact toxicity; no cross-resistance with other insecticides; moderate residual activity in crops; Selective systemic activity; Moderate oral toxicity to mammals, low transdermal toxicity; Low effective dose (100g active ingredient/hm
4. Its remarkable insecticidal, acaricidal activity and unique chemical structure have received widespread attention and attention.