Fipronil is a phenylpyrazole insecticide with a wide spectrum of insecticides. It is mainly used for stomach poisoning. It has both contact and certain systemic action. Its mechanism of action is to hinder insect γ-aminobutyric acid. Controlled chloride metabolism, therefore, has high insecticidal activity against important pests such as aphids, spider mites, planthoppers, lepidopteran larvae, flies and coleoptera, and has no phytotoxicity to crops. The agent can be applied to the soil or foliar spray. Applying to the soil can effectively control corn roots, golden worms and tigers. When the leaf surface is sprayed, it has a high level of control effect against Plutella xylostella, Pieris rapae, and rice thrips, and has a long-lasting effect.
White or off-white powder
510.1°C at 760 mmHg
Cool,dry and hermetic place
Fipronil is a GABA-chloride channel inhibitor, which has no cross-resistance with existing insecticides and is resistant or sensitive to insecticides such as organophosphorus, organochlorine, carbamate and pyrethroid. The pests have good control effects. Suitable crops are rice, corn, cotton, bananas, beets, potatoes, peanuts, etc., and the recommended dosage is not toxic to crops. At the same time, it also has extraordinary effects on the control of hygienic pests, such as 2% Shennong cockroach bait, 1.1% seaweed cockroach bait.