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|Purity:||95%||Application:||Insecticide,pesticide,Pest Control,Prevent And Control Flies And|
|Appearance:||Brown-yellowish Powder||Formulation:||85% WP|
|Shelf Life:||2 Years,stored Away From Direct Sun Light,3-4 Years||Storage:||Sealed Tightly And Stored Away From Light In A Cool And Dry Place,Dry Place,Stored In A Cool And Dry Well-closed Container,2 Years|
|Label:||Customized Design,OEM||Solubility:||Methanal,water Insoluble,Soluble In Polar Organic Solvents Such As Ethanol,acetone|
Clothianidin Cockroach Insecticide,
CAS 210880 92 5 clothianidin insecticide,
85% WP Pest Control Insecticide
Cockroach killing clothianidin
Neonicotinoids are a class of insecticides that are chemically similar to nicotine,
which has been used as a pesticide since the late 1700s.
Clothianidin and other neonicotinoids were developed to last longer than nicotine,
which is more toxic and which breaks down too quickly in the environment.
However, studies published in 2012 show that neonicotinoid dust released at planting time may persist in nearby fields for several years and be taken up into non-target plants, which are then foraged by bees and other insects.
Clothianidin is an alternative to organophosphate, carbamate, and pyrethroid pesticides. It poses lower risks to mammals, including humans, when compared to organophosphates and carbamates. It has helped prevent insect pests build up resistance to organophosphate and pyrethroid pesticides.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), clothianidin's major risk concern is to nontarget insects (honey bees). Information from standard tests and field studies, as well as incident reports involving other neonicotinoid insecticides (e.g., imidacloprid) suggest the potential for long term toxic risk to honey bees and other beneficial insects.
In January 2013, the European Food Safety Authority stated that neonicotinoids including clothianidin pose an unacceptably high risk to bees, concluding, "A high acute risk to honey bees was identified from exposure via dust drift for the seed treatment uses in maize, oilseed rape and cereals. A high acute risk was also identified from exposure via residues in nectar and/or pollen.
|Oral Acute oral LD50 for male and female rats >5000 mg/kg. Skin and eye Acute percutaneous LD50 for male and female rats >2000 mg/kg. Slightly irritating to eyes, not a skin irritant (rabbits). Not a skin sensitiser (guinea pigs). Inhalation LC50 (4 h) for male and female rats >6.1 mg/l. NOEL (2 y) for male rats 27.4, female rats 9.7 mg/kg b.w. daily; (1 y) for male dogs 7.8, female dogs 8.5 mg/kg b.w. daily. Other Not mutagenic. Not oncogenic in rats and mice. Not teratogenic in rats and rabbits.|
|Mode of action Translaminar and root systemic activity. Uses Soil, foliar, paddy and seed insecticide, under development for control of sucking and chewing insects in rice, fruit and vegetables, maize and rape. Formulation types FS. Selected products: 'Dantotsu' (Sumitomo Chemical Takeda); 'Poncho' (Bayer CropScience, Sumitomo Chemical Takeda); 'Clutch' (Arvesta)|
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