Mechanism of action
"Herold® has a contact and intestinal action, disrupts molting processes of pests.
It inhibits chitin synthesis and prevents formation of cuticle when molting. Germicide has no effect on imago, but disrupts development of eggs and larvae (ovicide and larvicide action).
Larvae die at the next molting, when the cuticle is torn, and the contents of the body flows out. The maximum mortality of the pests is observed in 2 weeks after treatment. Avicenny the effect observed with the females laying eggs on treated plants. Ovicide effect is visible when female insects laying eggs on treated plants."
|Crop||Germicide consumption rate, l/ha||Harmful object||Way, time, characteristics of germicide use|
|Spring wheat||0,04||Gray grain scoop||Spraying during vegetation period|
|Apple tree||0,2||Apple worm, leaf rollers||Spraying during vegetation period|
|Cotton plant||0,2||Cottom budworm, beet borer||Spraying during vegetation period|
|Tree plantation||OD||American white moth||Spraying during vegetation period|
|Areas, inhabited by grasshoppers||0,04||Grasshoppers||Spraying during vegetation period|
|Active substance||Diflubenzuron 240 g/l|
|Preparative form||Water suspension concentrate|
|Crop||Cotton plant, apple tree, wheat|
|Pack size||5 l|