Novaluron (95%TC, 10%EC, 25%EC, 10%SC, 7.5%WG)
Packaging Detail: For liquid: 200Ltr/drum, 20L/drum, 1L/bottle, 500ml/bottle, 250ml/bottle, 100ml/bottle.
For solid: 25 kg/drum, 25kg/bag, 1kg/bag or on the requirement of client.
Delivery Detail: 20-30days
N-[[[3-chloro-4-[1, 1, 2-trifluoro-2-(trifluoromethoxy)ethoxy]phenyl]amino]carbonyl]-2, 6-difluorobenzamide
Molecular Weight: 492.70
CAS No.: 116714-46-6
Appearance: TC is white crystal powder, formulation is yellow to brown liquid.
Melting Point: 176.5-178.0 º C
Vapour Pressure: 0.024mPa (25º C).
Stability: Soluble in water 0.002mg/L, in acetone is 136g/L, in methanol 26.9g/L.
Stable at pH 5 and pH 7 at 25º C
At pH 9: Half-life at 25º C: 101 days (rate constant: 0.006846 days-1) half-life at 50º C: 1.2 days (rate constant: 0.58614 days-1) half-life at 70º C: 0.09 days (2.2 hours) (rate constant: 7.4355 days-1) Half-life at 20º Cat pH 9 estimated (Arrhenius equation) as 217 days (rate constant: 0.00320 days-1).
Oral: Acute oral LD50 for rats >5000 mg/ kg. Percutaneous: Acute percutaneous LD50 for rats >2000 mg/kg. Not irritating to eyes and skin (rabbits). Not a skin sensitiser (guinea pigs). Inhalation: LC50 (4 h) for rats >5.15 mg/l air. ADI: (US) 0.02 mg/ kg b. W.
Specification: 95%TC, 10%EC, 25%EC, 10%SC, 7.5%WG.
Novaluron is an insecticide which inhibits chitin synthesis, affecting the moulting stages of insect development. It acts by ingestion and contact and causes abnormal endocuticular deposition and abortive moulting. It is used in agriculture/horticulture on a wide range of crops including cotton, soya, maize, pome fruit, citrus, potato and Vegetables against a wide range of pests. Novaluron is under evaluation by WHOPES as a mosquito larvicide.
|Vegetables: 25-50 g ai/ha||Pears/apples: 5-10 g ai/hl (US recomm. Rates1.1-4.4 lb/acre Diamond 7.5% WG)|
|Potatoes: 15-50 g ai/ha (US recommended rates 9-12 oz/acre Rimon 10% EC)||Cotton: 10-50 g ai/ha (US recommended rates 6-14 oz/acre Diamond 10% EC)|