Sodium Pimaric Acid is a strong alkaline insecticide made from natural material rosin and soda ash or caustic soda. The cuticle and waxy layer have a strong corrosive effect, which can quickly remove the thick cuticle and waxy layer on the surface of overwintering pests such as scale insects, red spiders, peach carnivores, pear carnivores, apple leaf rollers, and pear star caterpillars. Dissolve to achieve the purpose of completely killing pests.
Safe for humans, livestock, natural enemies, and plants, with no residue.
1. Wide insecticidal spectrum: Sodium rosinate is a strong alkaline corrosive agent with good fat solubility. It is effective against overwintering scale insects, red spiders, peach small carnivores, pear carnivores, apple leaf rollers, pear star caterpillars, aphids, etc. All kinds of pests have a good control effect.
2. Good quick-acting effect: After the sodium rosinate is sprayed, as long as it is sprayed on the surface of the pest, it can quickly melt the epidermis, feet and other parts of the pest, and the pest can be killed on the same day.
3. Long lasting effect: Sodium rosinate is a kind of fatty acid sodium, which has good stability under natural conditions and is not easy to decompose. It is used for smearing the trunk and main branches, and the lasting effect can reach 4 to 6 months. Packages are valid for more than 1 year.
4. Very low toxicity: Sodium rosinate itself is extremely low in toxicity, mainly using its strong alkalinity to corrode the cuticle and waxy layer on the surface of pests to achieve the purpose of killing pests, and is basically harmless to the environment, humans and livestock and other environmental organisms. poisonous and will not cause any pollution.
Mainly used for overwintering fruit trees such as apples, pears, cherries, grapes, walnuts, citrus, bayberry, jujube, peach and so on.
It is mainly used to prevent and control overwintering pests, such as eggs, larvae and adults of various pests such as scale insects, red spiders, peach worms, pear worms, apple leaf rollers, pear star caterpillars, aphids and other pests.
Post time: Nov-17-2022