Active Ingredient: Deltamethrin is a synthetic pyrethroid insecticide known for its effectiveness against a wide range of pests. It is commonly used to control insects such as aphids, beetles, caterpillars, mites, and mosquitoes.
Mode of Action: Deltamethrin acts on the nervous systems of insects, disrupting their normal functioning. It affects the nerve cells, leading to paralysis and eventually causing the death of the target pests.
Emulsifiable Concentrate (EC) Formulation: WOPRO Deltamethrin is formulated as an emulsifiable concentrate, which means it can be mixed with water to form an emulsion for application. The EC formulation ensures easy mixing, good coverage, and effective control of pests.
Broad Spectrum Control: Deltamethrin is known for its broad-spectrum activity, providing control against a wide variety of pests. It can be used in various agricultural settings, including field crops, orchards, vegetable gardens, and greenhouse crops.
Application Methods: WOPRO Deltamethrin EC can be applied using different methods depending on the target pest and crop. Common application methods include foliar spraying, drenching, and soil incorporation. The appropriate application method will depend on the specific recommendations provided by the manufacturer or local agricultural authorities.
Residual Activity: Deltamethrin has residual activity, which means it remains active on treated surfaces for a certain period. This provides longer-lasting control and reduces the need for frequent reapplications.
Safety Precautions: When using any pesticide, including WOPRO Deltamethrin EC, it is important to follow safety precautions. This includes wearing appropriate protective clothing, avoiding contact with skin or eyes, minimizing exposure to the product, and keeping it out of reach of children and pets. It’s crucial to adhere to any specific safety measures mentioned on the product label.