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Prevention and treatment of Diamondback moth pests commonly used 1. 8% Abamectin

Prevention and treatment of Diamondback moth pests commonly used 1. 8% Abamectin

Use of technology and methods of use:
1, at the peak of the occurrence of 1-3 instar diamondback moth larvae sprayed with a sprayer to the whole plant foliage droplets of water droplets.
2, windy days or expected rainfall within 1 hour, do not apply.

Product performance(use):
The abamectin is a macrolide antibiotic insecticide, a metabolite produced by fermentation of actinomycetes. Which is a biological source, low toxicity, low residual environmental pesticides? Abamectin EC main active ingredient is B1 component, have contact and stomach poison effect on pests and mites, and have weak fumigation.


1. The product is used on leafy vegetables at a safe interval of 7 days, with a maximum of 1 crop per season.
2. This product is toxic to bees, fish and other aquatic organisms, silkworm, during spraying should avoid the impact on the surrounding bees, silkworm room and near the park disabled. Spraying away from the aquaculture area, prohibited in ponds and other water cleaning appliance.
3. This product cannot be mixed with alkaline pesticides and other substances. It is recommended that pesticides that are different from other mechanisms of action be used on a rotational basis.
4. Use 1. 8% Abamectin should wear protective clothing and gloves to avoid inhalation of liquid. Do not eat and drink during application. Wash hands and face promptly after application.

First aid for poisoning:
1, 1.8% abamectin poisoning symptoms: early symptoms of dilated pupils, disorders of movement, muscle tremors, leading to vomiting when severe.
2, first aid treatment: oral: immediately induce vomiting and give the patient taking ipecac syrup or ephedrine, but not to the patient in a coma vomit or irrigation anything. To avoid the use of drugs to enhance the activity of gamma-aminobutyric acids, such as barbiturates, valproic acid, etc.).
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