Insecticides

Controls adults, larvae and moths.
Used in agriculture, public health, and homes.

Insecticides can take action upon one or more of the arthropod's development stages, so they can be considered ovicideslarvicides and adulticides if they eliminate the eggslarvae or the adult insect, respectively. Their action takes place mainly by inhibiting vital enzymes.

 

Features:

Great specificity: the product affects exclusively its targeted organism, leaving the rest of living organisms and environment unharmed. Low toxicity towards humans.

Lethal Dose Low: The insecticide is effective in small amounts.

Low Cost: Product needs to be cost-effective, and low cost.

 

 

Diflubenzuron

Insecticide to control larvae and moths. It interferes with chitin metabolism in caterpillars and other larvae, which prevents moulting, then and causing death of affected larvae and pupae, and preventing eggs from hatching.