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Top quality Insecticide Methoxyfenozide 98% TC with high standard

Common name Insecticide Methoxyfenozide
CAS No 161050-58-4
Chemical name Benzoicacid, 3-methoxy-2-methyl-, 2-(3,5-dimethylbenzoyl)-2- (1,1-dimethylethyl)hydrazide;
Molecular formula C22H28N2O3
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Specifications

1.Hot insecticidemethoxyfenozide; 

2.state:white powder; 

3.wide inseciticide spectrum; 

4.25kg/drum 

5.low price

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 Insect growth regulators, ecdysis hormone insecticides, interfere with the normal growth and development of insects, inhibit feeding. It is mainly used for vegetable and farmland function, preventing and controlling lepia-winged pests on vegetable (melon, jacket fruit), apple, corn, cotton, grape, kiwi, walnut, flower, beet, tea and field crops (rice, sorghum, soybean). Especially for larvae and eggs. It is safe for beneficial insects and mites, and has the activity of cupping, root suction and so on. Environmentally friendly. 



FUNCTION

Insect growth regulators, ecdysis hormone insecticides, interfere with the normal growth and development of insects, inhibit feeding. It is mainly used for vegetable and farmland function, preventing and controlling lepia-winged pests on vegetable (melon, jacket fruit), apple, corn, cotton, grape, kiwi, walnut, flower, beet, tea and field crops (rice, sorghum, soybean). Especially for larvae and eggs. It is safe for beneficial insects and mites, and has the activity of cupping, root suction and so on. Environmentally friendly. 


Product Description

Methoxyfenozide is the newest diacylhydrazine insecticide to reach the marketplace. It binds with very high affinity to the ecdysone receptor complex in lepidopteran insects, where it functions as a potent agonist, or mimic, of the insect molting hormone, 20-hydroxyecdysone (20E). Methoxyfenozide exhibits high insecticidal efficacy against a wide range of important caterpillar pests, including many members of the family Pyralidae, Pieridae, Tortricidae and Noctuidae. It is most effective when ingested by the target caterpillar, but it also has some topical and ovicidal properties. It is modestly root systemic, but not significantly leaf-systemic. Evidence collected to date indicates that methoxyfenozide has an excellent margin of safety to non-target organisms, including a wide range of non-target and beneficial insects.

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