What insects do bifenthrin kill?

Summer lawns can experience many problems, not the least of which is the hot, dry season, and in July and August, our outdoor green mats can turn brown in a matter of weeks. But a more insidious problem is a swarm of tiny beetles that nibble on stems, crowns and roots until they cause visible damage.

    Today, I will introduce to you a product that can solve this problem.

    Bifenthrin, also known as Uranus and Difenthrin, has high insect activity, mainly for contact killing and stomach poisoning. It begins to die after 1 hour of application, and the death rate of insects is as high as 98.5% in 4 hours. In addition, the lasting period of bifenthrin can reach about 10-15 days, and there is no systemic and fumigative activity. Its action is rapid, the duration of effect is long, and the insecticidal spectrum is wide.

    Used in wheat, barley, apple, citrus, grape, banana, eggplant, tomato, pepper, watermelon, cabbage, green onion, cotton and other crops. Prevention and control of cotton bollworm, cotton red spider, peach worm, pear worm, hawthorn spider mite, citrus spider mites, yellow spot bug, tea wing bug, cabbage aphid, cabbage caterpillar, diamondback moth, eggplant spider mites, tea fine moth, etc. 20 A variety of pests, greenhouse whitefly, tea inchworm, tea caterpillar.

    And compared with other pyrethroids, it is higher, and the insect control effect is better. When it is used on crops, it can penetrate into the body of the crop and move from top to bottom with the liquid in the body of the crop. Once the pest harms the crop, the bifenthrin liquid in the crop will poison and kill the pest.

Post time: Aug-17-2022