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broad spectrum insecticide
Chemical Abstracts name: 5-amino-[2,6-dichloro-4-(trifluoromethyl) phenyl]-4-[(1R, S) -(trifluoromethyl) sulfinyl]-1H-pyrazole-3-carbonitrile
Specification: Technical grade: 95%, 98% Appearance: white
max Moisture: 0.5%
Insoluble substance in acetone:0.5%max
Purity :95% 98% 99% above
Appearance white powder
Biochemistry Insecticide which acts as a potent blocker of the GABA-regulated chloride channel. Insects resistant or tolerant to pyrethroid, cyclodiene, organophosphorus and/or carbamate insecticides are susceptible to fipronil.
Mode of action Broad-spectrum insecticide, toxic by contact and ingestion. Moderately systemic and, in some crops, can be used to control insects when applied as a soil or seed treatment. Good to excellent residual control following foliar application.
Uses Control of multiple species of thrips on a broad range of crops by foliar, soil or seed treatment. Control of corn rootworm, wireworms and termites by soil treatment in maize. Control of boll weevil and plant bugs on cotton, diamond-back moth on crucifers, Colorado potato beetle on potatoes by foliar application. Control of stem borers, leaf miners, planthoppers, leaf folder/rollers and weevils in rice. Control of aphids, leafhoppers, and lice
Where used Crops and relevant agricultural products, including rice, vegetable, cotton, cigarette, tomato, beet, bean, Cole, tea, fruit, corn, sorghum, forest, horticulture. And additional, as a pesticide or insecticide. in public sanitary, farming, live stock, grounding structure and storage field Fipronil demonstrated outstanding function as well