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About Insecticides

Insecticides are chemicals that kill or inhibit the multiplication of insects. Etymological origin of the word is derived from Latin and means literally kill insects. They can be natural or synthetic substances used to combat harmful insects or parasites. The main actives available in insecticides include Cifenotrin, Cypermethrin, Tetramethrin, Deltamethrin, Imidachloprid, Permethrin, Pyrethrum Extract, Thiamethoxam pyriproxifen, Bendiocarb, Cifluthrin, Piperonyl Butoxide, Transmix, Esbiotrin.

Depending on the active substance it contains, insecticides offer a different effect, knock down or retention. At the same time, its composition favors certain types of insect attack (they remove only certain insects) but can also offer a broad spectrum (they remove most insects).

From the formulation point of view, there can be EC - Concentrate Emulsion, WP - Wettable Powder, EW - Emulsion, Oil in Water, SC - Concentrate Suspension, WG - Water Dispersible Granules, RB - Ready baits.

When deciding what insecticide to use during a pest control operation, you need to take into consideration what type of effect does the product have. It can have a knock-down effect, a residual and long-lasting effect, you need to know the level of safety after its application, the environmental protection and habitat and if it has a powerful smell, alongside its application possibilities and the needed frequency of application.