What is the difference between pyraclostrobin and azoxystrobin?
Release time : 2020-05--09
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It is suitable for controlling rice, vegetables and cotton, and has a high activity against various pests such as Lepidoptera, Hemiptera, Orthoptera, Coleoptera, Diptera and Isoptera. Other azoxystrobins have protective and therapeutic effects, and have permeability and systemic activity. It can be used for stem and leaf spraying, seed treatment and soil treatment. It has good control effect on grape powdery mildew and apple scab. Mycotoxin not only has a broad spectrum of bactericidal activity, but also has good protection and therapeutic effects.
Promethoxone has no cross-resistance with other commonly used fungicides and has a longer shelf life than conventional fungicides. Mycotoxin is highly selective, safe for crops, humans and animals, and beneficial organisms, and basically has no pollution to the environment. It has no systemic effect on crops and requires uniform and thorough spraying. Insect pests should be sprayed before they reach the crops. Do not mix with strong alkaline pesticides. Permethrin is the only pyrethroid pesticide allowed to be registered on rice.
Fast-acting and long-lasting properties are better than pymetrozine and nitenpyram. Since 2009, pyrethrin has been listed as a key product for promotion by the National Agricultural Technology Extension Center. Since 2009, plant protection stations in Anhui, Jiangsu, Hubei, Hunan, and Guangxi have included pesticides in key promotion varieties of plant protection stations.