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Acetamiprid 20% SP

Acetamiprid is a systemic insecticide suitable for application to foliage, seeds and soil. It has ovicidal and larvicidal activity against Hemiptera and Lepidoptera and controls adults of Thysanoptera. It is active principally by ingestioin although some contact action is also observed; penetration through the cuticle, is low. The products has translaminar activity, allowing improved control of aphids and whiteflies on the underside of leaves and provides residual activity lasting up to four weeks.

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Pest Spectrum                                                                        

Control sucking-Type Insects: Hemiptera, Lepidoptera and controls adults of Thysanoptera, aphids and whiteflies, organophosphate-resistant tobacco budworms and multi-resistant Xolorado beetles.


Sugar beet    50g ai/ha
Fruit Tree     0.05-0.1 g ai/hl

Cotton         12.5-100 g ai/ha
Tobacco     100 g ai/ha
Citrus          6-10 g ai/hl
Ornamental and flowering   28-112 g ai/1000L

Leafy and fruiting vegetables, cole crops, pome fruits, grapes  28-168 g ai/ha

Physical and Chemical Properties                                                

  • Appearance: Pale yellow powder

  • Melting point: 101.0~103.3°C

  • Molecular formular: C10H11ClN4

  • Molecular weight: 222.68 

Toxic Datas                                                                             

  • Acute oral to adult rats LD50:  Male: 417mg/kg; Female: 314mg/kg;

  • Acute percutaneous to adult rats LD50: Male and female: >2000mg/kg

Matters Needs Attention                                                         

  • This agent on the silkworm was toxic, do not spray on the mulberry leaves.

  • Do not mix with strong alkaline liquid mix.

  • This product should be stored in a cool, dry place, prohibiting mixed with food storage.

  • This product is toxic in small though, you still have to be careful not to use it incorrectly, in case of swallowed, immediately emetic, and sent to hospital. 


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