New Insecticide Tetraniliprole
Tetraniliprole (development code: BCS-CL73507) is a new o-carboxamidobenzamide broad-spectrum insecticide developed by Bayer; the insecticide is chlorantraniliprole and cyantraniliprole The new members in the family of bisamide compounds are all rinidin receptor agonists; the International Insecticide Resistance Action Committee (IRAC) classifies them as the 28th group. Tetraniliprole can effectively control a variety of Lepidoptera, Coleoptera, and Diptera pests on rice, fruit trees, vegetables and other crops at low doses, especially for Chilo suppressalis , Beet armyworm, thrips and other pests have significant control effect. The medicament is simple to use, and can be used for foliar treatment, soil treatment, and seed treatment.
Tetraniliprole is a new broad-spectrum insecticide with a bisamide structure, which can effectively control pests on crops such as rice, corn, potatoes, fruit trees, etc. It is safe for mammals and other non-target animals, but it is safe for some aquatic animals. Vertebrates and bees have a higher risk, so special care should be taken when using them. At present, the formulation of Tetraniliprole product is relatively single, and the number of registrations is small. It is believed that with the further in-depth research of tetrazolium, its market development prospects are broad.