Characteristics of Acetamiprid
is a new type of insecticide, which acts on nicotine acetylcholine receptors in synaptic sites of insect nervous system, interferes with stimulation and conduction of insect nervous system, causes blockage of nervous system pathways, and results in accumulation of neurotransmitter acetylcholine at synaptic sites, leading to insect paralysis and ultimately death.
has good stomach toxicity and penetration. It exhibits excellent activity at high temperature, which is greatly affected by temperature. The site of action is different from Imidacloprid. It has excellent permeability and weak endoscopic. The control target is sucking and pricking pests, which have significant control effect on white-backed planthoppers and aphids. This agent is toxic to silkworm and should be paid attention to when it is used.