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CAS NO.: 68359-37-5;
Molecular Formula: C22H18Cl2FNO3;
Beta-cyfluthrin is the refined form of the synthetic pyrethroid.Cyfluthrin consists of a mix of four basic forms, or isomers. Two of these are more biologically active than the others and have been isolated and concentrated to create beta-cyfluthrin. Thus beta-cyfluthrin has the same toxicological profile as cyfluthrin. Beta-cyfluthrin has an approximately 2 to 5 times higher acute toxicity than cyfluthrin. Beta-cyfluthrin acts as a contact and stomach poison combining a rapid knock-down effect with long lasting efficacy. It is not systemic in plants. Synthetic pyrethroids are man-made insecticides created to mimic the chemical properties of the naturally-occurring insecticide pyrethrum, which comes from the crushed petals of the Chrysanthemum flower. They are preffered to the real thing because they offer the added bonus of remaining effective for longer periods of time, sometimes up to 3 months.
Mechanism of action:
Beta-cyfluthrin is an insecticide, acting as a contact and stomach poison. It combines a rapid knock-down effect with long lasting efficacy. It is not systemic in plants. It is used in agriculture, horticulture (field and protected crops) and viticulture. It is also used against migratory locusts and grasshoppers and in public health and hygiene.
It was introduced in 1995 and approved for use in all european countries. It is used in agriculture, horticulture and viticulture to control a wide variety of indoor and outdoor pests including roaches, silverfish, fleas, spiders, ants, crickets, houseflies, ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, hornets, yellow jackets, gnats, earwigs and more. It is also used against migratory locusts and grasshoppers and in public health and hygiene.
Formulation: 95% TC, 50 g/L EC;
Packing: 1L-200L for liquid formulation, 1G-25KG for solid formulation;