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CAS 120738 89 8 60%WDG Pymetrozine Pesticide

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CAS 120738 89 8 60%WDG Pymetrozine Pesticide

CAS 120738 89 8 60%WDG Pymetrozine Pesticide
CAS 120738 89 8 60%WDG Pymetrozine Pesticide

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Product Details:
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: EE
Certification: CCC
Model Number: 019
Payment & Shipping Terms:
Minimum Order Quantity: 1ton
Price: USD1-2/KL
Packaging Details: 100g/bag,200g/bag, 500g/bag, 1kg/bag, 25kg/bag
Delivery Time: 25-35day
Payment Terms: L/C, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram
Supply Ability: 4ton/ Day
Detailed Product Description
CAS No.: 120738-89-8 Other Names: Nitenpyram
MF: C11H15ClN4O2 EINECS No.: 120738-89-8
State: GRANULAR Purity: 80%WGD / DF
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CAS 120738 89 8 pymetrozine pesticide


CAS 120738 89 8 pymetrozine insecticide


60%WDG pymetrozine pesticide


                                                                      Pymetrozine+ Nitenpyram



Pymetrozine is a member of the class of 1,2,4-triazines that is 4,5-dihydro-1,2,4-triazin-3(2H)-one substituted by a methyl group at position 6 and a (pyridin-3-ylmethylidene)amino group at position 4. It has a role as an antifeedant, an environmental contaminant, a xenobiotic and a TRPV channel modulator. It is a member of 1,2,4-triazines and a member of pyridines


Pymetrozine is an organophosphate alternative and has potential for utility in both integrated pest management (IPM) and resistance management programs because of its unique mode of action, its selectivity, and its safety to predators, parasites, and other beneficial mites and insects. Pymetrozine poses minimal risk to birds, bees, fish and aquatic invertebrates. The pymetrozine environmental fate profile indicates no major issues in the areas of soil mobility and fish bioaccumulation. Pymetrozine is not acutely toxic and is not a mutagen, neurotoxin or a teratogen. The labeled uses of Fulfill Insecticide and Endeavor Insecticide do not appear to pose a significant risk to workers or the general public


Nitenpyram is a chemical frequently used as an insecticide in agriculture and veterinary medicine. The compound is an insect neurotoxin belonging to the class of neonicotinoids which works by blocking neural signaling of the central nervous system. It does so by binding irreversibly to the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (nACHr) causing a stop of the flow of ions in the postsynaptic membrane of neurons leading to paralysis and death. Nitenpyram is highly selective towards the variation of the nACHr which insects possess, and has seen extensive use in targeted, insecticide applications.

Known under the codename TI 304 during field testing starting in 1989, the compound's first documented commercial use was in 1995 under the name "Bestguard" as an agricultural insecticide. Later, nitenpyram was expanded for use as a flea treatment by the Novartis company under the trade name "Capstar", with a subsequent FDA approval for non-food producing animals in October 2000. The current producer of nitenpyram itself is the Sumitomo chemical company. Nitenpyram continues to be used commercially, though data from market surveys indicate a significant decrease in the global usage compared to other insecticides or neonicotinoids.

Due to its use as an insecticide and treatment of non-food producing animals, it was not deemed necessary to research the human toxicology during its main use, and, as such, not much is known about the details of nitenpyram's effects on humans. Looking at rat experiments however, the lethal amount of nitenpyram is quite high (on the order of grams) in mammals in general, whereas invertebrates will die with only micro or nanograms of the substance.

Neonicotinoids, in general, have a low degradation rate when used for agricultural purposes, which allows for long-lasting protection of the crops against plant-sucking insects and indirectly the plant diseases these insects might carry.





Common name Pymetrozine+Nitenpyram
Other name Pymetrozine+Nitenpyram
Molecular formula C10H11N5O+C11H15ClN4O2
Formulation type Pymetrozine 60%+Nitenpyram 20%WDG
Mode of Action

Pymetrozine 60%+Nitenpyram 20%WDG attacks the nerve system of insects and mites, causing paralysis within hours. The paralysis can not be reversed. This is active once eaten (stomach poison) although there is some contact activity. Maximum

mortality occurs in 3-4 days.



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