|Loss on drying (%)
|White or light yellow
|Dissolve completely in acetone, toluene and methylene chloride
Abamectin insecticidal acaricidal rate is relatively slow, in 3 days after the application of the peak of the death of insects
Used for the control of various pests and mites on vegetable, fruit and cotton
Where can you use abamectin?
The product is widely used to control and manage insects, mites, and other destructive organisms. You can purchase it for agricultural activities or livestock farming. It is also a useful substance for eliminating rats or cockroaches. Homeowners use abamectin to eradicate fire and as well. Farmers control infestation on fruits, vegetables, and various agronomic crops. When applied on plants, foliage absorbs the contents that later affects an insect upon ingestion.
How does abamectin work?
Once it penetrated the nervous system, the avermectin within the insecticide disrupts the natural nerve-to-nerve communication towards the muscles.
The affected organism experiences paralysis whereby it stops eating and dies slowly within three to four days.
The delayed time-period allows the insect to return to other insects and spread the poison through ingestion.