Insecticides

An insecticide is a substance used to kill insect. Insecticides can be classified in two major groups: systemic insecticides, which have residual or long term activity; and contact insecticides, which have no residual activity.

Imidacloprid

Imidacloprid


Uses:Euc transplants <1 year old: Foliar insecticide: Psyllids, Gall wasps, Beetles, Soil insects: White grub, Cutworm, Termites, Bark beetles. Eu breeding orchards >1 year old: Foliar Insects: Psyllids, Gall wasps, Beetles and Forestry nursery seedlings.
Trade nameRegistration holderRegistration numberCAS number
Apache Gold 350 SCCastle Ag-Chem (Pty) LtdL9398138261-41-3
SuppositreeI-CAT International ConsultL10090138261-41-3
Notes:All products listed as red status are under review by the FSC as HIGHLY HAZARDOUS pesticides and may be prohibited from use in the future. FSC certificate holders may use these products UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE by the FSC that they are no longer permitted.