- A systemic insecticide with bidirectional translocation capabilities, capable of moving upward and downward throughout the entire plant, reaching the leaves and epidermis. This allows for the control of pests on tender leaves and on the bark of fruit trees. Its unique systemic properties protect newly formed stems, leaves, and roots, preventing the growth of pest eggs and larvae. Another distinctive feature is its long-lasting efficacy, providing effective protection for up to one month. With an extended duration and high efficiency against a broad spectrum of piercing-sucking pests, it prevents cross-resistance with conventional insecticides (acaricides). Research indicates its excellent selectivity towards important beneficial insects such as ladybugs, predatory syrphid flies, and parasitic wasps.
|Aphid, whitefly, thrip, tea leafhopper, rice planthopper, Pear psylla, etc