|Index name||Index value|
|Loss on drying (%)||≤2.0%|
|Appearance||White or light yellowcrystalline powder|
Antibiotic insecticide, super high efficiency, low toxicity,no-residue.
There is no harm to beneficial insects in the process of pest control
Widely used in vegetable, fruit, cotton and other crops on the control of a variety of pests. Can be mixed with most pesticides
What is the usage of emamectin benzoate?
Abamectin is used primarily to control mites, and emamectin benzoate is used to control lepidopterian species in vegetable, cotton, and tobacco. Ivermectin is used as an anthelmintic in the treatment of infection of intestinal threadworm, river blindness (onchocerciasis), and lymphatic filariasis.
Abamectin has stomach toxicity and contact killing effect on mites and insects, and cannot kill eggs. The mechanism of action is different from general insecticides in that it interferes with neurophysiological activities and stimulates the release of gamma-aminobutyric acid, which has an inhibitory effect on the nerve conduction of arthropods. Adults, nymphs and insect larvae of mites will appear paralyzed after contact with abamectin, do not move or feed, and die after 2 to 4 days. Abamectin has a slower lethal effect because it does not cause rapid dehydration of insects. Although avermectin has direct contact and killing effect on predatory insects and parasitic natural enemies, it does little damage to beneficial insects because of few residues on the plant surface. Abamectin is absorbed by the soil and will not move, and is decomposed by microorganisms, so it has no cumulative effect in the environment and can be used as a component of comprehensive control. It is easy to prepare, pour the preparation into water and stir it for use, and it is safer for crops.