Alanto Insecticide Thiacloprid is a member of the chemical class of neonicotinoid insecticides. It is an effective tool for the control of a broad spectrum of pests that are otherwise difficult to control. Thiacloprid, due to its rain-fastness property, is stable even under conditions of heavy rains and sunlight providing longer persistence.
Thiacloprid 21.7% SC
Due to its relative stability to rain-water and sunlight, Alanto Insecticide remains on the leaf's surface after application for a considerable time, this allows a continuous penetration of the active ingredient into the leaf.
Alanto covers broad range of targeted pests, viz., aphids, whiteflies, thrips, and lepidopterans
No cross-resistance to conventional insecticides, with fast degradation in the environment.
Alanto Insecticide shows a low acute mammalian toxicity, due to relatively low rates of application, excellent plant compatibility and a favorable eco-toxicological profile.
Mode Of Action
- Thiacloprid is antagonist to the nicotinic acetyl choline receptor in the central nervous system. It disturbs the proper signal transmission system leading to excitation of nerve cell. Consequently a disorder of the nervous system occurs leading finally to the death of the treated insect.
- Insecticide Resistance Action Committee (IRAC) Classification No. 4A
|Crop||Target pest||Dosage/Acre Formulation (ml)||Dilution in water (L) Per Acre||Waiting Period (PHI) in Days|
|Cotton||Aphid, Jassid,Thrips||50 ml||200 lit||52 days|
|White Fly||200-250 ml||200 lit||52 days|
|Paddy||Stem Borer||200 ml||200 lit||30 days|
|Chilli||Thrips||90-120 ml||200 lit||5 days|
|Apple||Thrips||80 -100 ml||200 lit||40 days|
|Tea||Mosquito Bug||180-200 ml||200 lit||7 days|
|Brinjal||Shoot &Fruit borer||300 ml||200 lit||5 days|
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