Dinotefuran is a quick-kill, high effective wide spectruminsecticide. A third generation neonicotinoid, dinotefuran was synthesized with acetycholine as the lead compound, making it different from other flea control products currently in use which are based on nicotine.In addition, dinotefuran does not bind to the same insect receptor sites in the nerve synapse as imidacloprid and other neonicotinoids. The binding is permanent causing continuous nerve stimulation and death of the insect. Ingestion is not necessary. Dinotefuran kills by contact.Send Inquiry
Insecticide 97%TC, 20%-70%WP, 20%SC Dinotefuran
CAS NO.: 165252-70-0
Chemical Name: 1-Methyl-2-nitro-3-(tetrahydro-3-furylmethyl)guanidine
Physical and Chemical Properties
Appearance: white powder
Melting Point:107.5° C
Solubility: In water 39.8 g/l (20 °C). In hexane 9.0 × 10-6, heptane 11 × 10-6, xylene 72 × 10-3, toluene 150 × 10-3, dichloromethane 11, acetone 58, methanol 57, ethanol 19, ethyl acetate 5.2 (all in g/l, 20 °C)
Melting Point: 107.5° C
Boiling Point: 334.531°C at 760 mmHg
Flash Point: 156.119°C
Acute Toxicity for Mammalian(Tech)
Oral (Rat, Mouse) LD50 ≥2,000 mg/kg
Dermal (Rat) LD50 ≥2,000 mg/kg
Avian & Aquatic Toxicity(Tech)
Japanese quail LD50 ≥2,000 mg/kg
Mallard duck LD50 >997.9 mg/kg/day
Carp LD50 (96hr) >1,000 ppm
Daphnia LD50 (48hr) >1,000 ppm
Sucking insects such as aphids, plant bugs, leafhoppers and mealybugs.
Coleoptera species such as weevil, Colorado potato beetle and flea beetle.
Diptera species such as leafminer fly.
Certain Lepidoptera species such as fruit moths and leafminers.
Other species such as thrips, grasshoppers and fire ants.
Dose: take Dinotefuron 20%WP for example
rice stem borer
Specification: 97%TC, 20%-70%WP, 20%SC
White or off-white powder