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Bifenthrin 10% SC | Agricultural Chemicals Pesticides

Short Description:

Bifenthrin is a pyrethroid insecticide and acaricide with contact and stomach toxicity. It does not move in the soil, is relatively safe for the environment, and has a long residual effect period. It has a good control effect on the small green leafhopper of tea trees.

MOQ: 500 kg

Samples: Free samples

Package: Customized


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Introduction

Bifenthrin is a synthetic chemical compound belonging to the pyrethroid family of insecticides. It is widely used for its effectiveness in controlling a broad range of insects in agricultural, horticultural, and residential settings.

Bifenthrin is a stable, crystalline substance that acts on the nervous system of insects, causing paralysis and death. It is a synthetic analogue of pyrethrins, which are natural insecticides derived from chrysanthemum flowers.

Active ingredients Bifenthrin
CAS Number 82657-04-3
Molecular Formula C23H22ClF3O2
Classification Insecticide 
Brand Name POMAIS
Shelf life 2 Years
Purity

10% SC

State Liquid
Label Customized
Formulations 2.5% SC,79g/l EC,10% EC,24% SC,100g/L ME,25% EC
The mixed formulation product 1.bifenthrin 2.5%+abamectin 4.5% SC                                                       

2.bifenthrin  2.7%+imidacloprid  9.3% SC                                              

3.bifenthrin  5%+clothianidin 5% SC                                                    

4.bifenthrin 5.6%+abamectin 0.6% EW                                                        

5.bifenthrin 3%+/chlorfenapyr 7% SC  

Mode of Action

Bifenthrin works by disrupting the normal function of nerve cells in insects, causing them to become overstimulated, which leads to paralysis and death. Its long-lasting residual activity makes it a potent insecticide for both immediate and prolonged pest control.

Nervous System Disruption: Bifenthrin affects the voltage-gated sodium channels in the nerve cells of insects. These channels are crucial for the proper transmission of nerve impulses.

Prolonged Sodium Channel Opening: When bifenthrin binds to these sodium channels, it causes them to remain open longer than they normally would. This prolonged opening leads to an influx of sodium ions into the nerve cells.

Excessive Nerve Firing: The continuous influx of sodium ions results in excessive and prolonged firing of the nerves. Normally, nerve cells would quickly return to a resting state after firing, but bifenthrin prevents this from happening.

Paralysis and Death: The overstimulation of the nervous system leads to uncoordinated movements, paralysis, and eventually death of the insect. The insect is unable to control its muscles, leading to respiratory failure and other vital dysfunctions.

Residual Activity: Bifenthrin has a long residual effect, meaning it remains active on treated surfaces for an extended period. This makes it effective not only for immediate pest control but also for ongoing protection against future infestations.

Suitable crops: 

Bifenthrin crops

Act on these Pests:

To prevent and control more than 20 kinds of pests, such as cotton bollworm, cotton spider, peach borer, pear borer, hawthorn spider, citrus spider, yellow spot bug, tea wing bug, vegetable aphid, cabbage caterpillar, diamondback moth, eggplant spider, tea caterpillar, greenhouse whitefly, tea geometrid and tea caterpillar.

Bifenthr insect

Using Method

Crops Prevention Target  Dosage Usage method
Tea tree Tea Leafhopper 300-375 ml/ha Spray

 

FAQ

Q:How to place order?

A:Inquiry–quotation–confirm-transfer deposit–produce–transfer balance–ship out products.

Q:What about the payment terms?

A:30% in advance, 70% before shipment by T/T, UC Paypal.

What does bifenthrin kill?

Does bifenthrin kill termites?
Answer: Yes, bifenthrin is effective against termites, carpenter ants, fire ants, Argentine ants, pavement ants, odorous house ants, crazy ants, and pharaoh ants.

Does bifenthrin kill bed bugs?
Answer: Yes, bifenthrin is effective against bed bugs.

Does bifenthrin kill bees?
Answer: Yes, bifenthrin is toxic to bees.

Does bifenthrin kill grubs?
Answer: Yes, bifenthrin is effective against various types of grubs, including lawn grubs.

Does bifenthrin kill mosquitoes?
Answer: Yes, bifenthrin is effective against mosquitoes.

Does bifenthrin kill fleas?
Answer: Yes, bifenthrin is effective against fleas.

Does bifenthrin kill roaches?
Answer: Yes, bifenthrin is effective against roaches, including German cockroaches.

Does bifenthrin kill spiders?
Will bifenthrin kill spiders?
Answer: Yes, bifenthrin is effective against spiders.

Does bifenthrin kill wasps?
Answer: Yes, bifenthrin is effective against wasps.

Does bifenthrin kill yellow jackets?
Answer: Yes, bifenthrin is effective against yellow jackets.

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