Recommendations for Use Pesticides Safely During Spring Growing Season
Imidacloprid 70% WS
An insecticide with translaminar activity and with contact and stomach action. Applied for seed dressing, used to control sucking insects (especially effective against aphids). It can effectively control soil pests of crops throughout the growing season after application.
Fludioxonil 25 g/L FS
Non-systemic fungicide with long residual activity. Mainly used for the prevention and control of seed-borne and soil-borne fungal diseases in cereal crops as a seed treatment formulation.
Fungicide with insecticidal activity：
Difenoconazole 2.2% + Fludioxonil 2.2% + Thiamethoxam 22.6% FS
A systemic formulation with insecticidal and fungicidal effects. It has preventive and curative action on fungal diseases, and has contact and stomach activities on insect pests with high safety. Used for the prevention of seed-borne and soil-borne fungal diseases. It also has good control of sucking insects.
Herbicide apply pre-emergence：
Glufosinate-ammonium 200 g/L SL
Non-selective contact herbicide with some systemic action. Control of a wide range of annual and perennial broad-leaved weeds and grasses. Apply in fruit orchards, vineyards, potato field and non-crop land for the application of spraying.
Pendimethalin 33% EC
Selective herbicide, control of most annual grasses and many annual broad-leaved weeds in dry field crops (such as upland rice, maize, beans and peanuts, etc.). Spraying on topsoil during the period of pre-emergence.