Chlorfenapyr is firstly discovered in pyrrole mildew, it belongs to biomimetic agricultural chemicals with low toxicity, kills the insect quickly, can kill harmful insect within 12 hour.Chlorfenapyr can kill a wide range of harmful insects, and has good effect to prevent and control more than 70 kinds of harmful insects in lepidoptera, Coleoptera, and Homoptera, especially has unique effects against some insects tolerant with some insecticides such as cole moth, sugar beet noctuid, limabean pod borer, thrips Carmine spider mite, Prodenia litura(Fabricius) and Liriomyza sativae(Blanchard). Chlorfenapyr also can be used to prevent and control termite and sanitation harmful insect.Send InquiryChat Now
Insecticide Chlorfenapyr 98%TC 98%TC, 360G/L SC, 240G/L SC
CAS NO.: 122453-73-0
Chemical Name: 4－Bromo-2-(p-chloropenyl)-1-(ethoxymethyl-5-(trifluoromethyl)pyrrle-3-carbonitrile
Physical Chemical Properties
Appearance: white powder
Molecular formula: C15H11BrClF3N2O
Molecular weight: 407.62
Solubility: insoluble in water, soluble in acetone, aether, acetonitrile.
Melting Point: 100-101℃
Vapor Pressure:< 1.0×10-7Pa @ 25 ℃
Oral LD50 : 459mg/kg(female rat);
Oral LD50 : 223mg/kg(male rat)
Dermal LD50 : ≥ 2000 mg/kg(rabbit).
Crops: cotton, vegetables, citrus, top fruit, vines soya beans, etc.
1. Vegetable pests, including cabbage moth, cabbage caterpillar, beet armyworm, tobacco caterpillar, cabbage webworm, cabbage aphid, Liriomyza, thrip, etc.
3. Boring pests
4. Pests with piercing-sucking or chewing mouthparts.
1.Effective period is very long, can last 15 - 20 days.To Carmine spider mite, it is above 30 days.I can reduce applying times thoroughly
2.Target range is wide.It can be applied widely to harmful insect in vegetables, fruit trees, oil plants and decorative plant.
3.Because of Chlorfenapyr’s low toxicity and efficient application, it has been regarded as one of the best pesticides for non-pollution vegetable in many areas.
Specification: 98%TC, 360G/L SC, 240G/L SC
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