RISE (INSECTICIDE)

RISE (Diafenthiuron 50% WP)

  • Rise act as acaricides in the vegetable segment.
  • Water Soluble pouches with in pack for ease of application.
  • Difenthiuron 50% WP is a broad Spectrum insecticide, controls nymph & adults & give longer lasting control.
  • It paralyses the pest, which remain immobile on the crop until death in about 3-4 days.


Diafenthiuron

Product Name

:

Diafenthiuron
Type of pesticide

:

Insecticide, acaricide
Chemical name

:

N-[2,6-bis(1-methylethyl)-4-phenoxyphenyl]-N´-(1,1-dimethylethyl)thiourea
Empirical Formula

:

C23H32N2OS

CAS No.

:

[80060-09-9]
UN No

:

3077
Packing group

:

III
IMDG

:

Class 9[Environmentally hazardous Substance, solid, N.O.S (Diafenthiuron)]
Shelf-life

:

Two years under normal storage conditions.

DESCRIPTION

Diafenthiuron is a pro-insecticide, which has first to be converted to its active form. The activecompound then acts on a specific part of the energy-producing enzymes in the mitochondria. This results in immediate paralysis of the pest after intake or contact with the product.
Mode of action
Insecticide and acaricide which kills larvae, nymph and adult by contact and/or stomach action; also shows some ovicidal action.
Applications
It is a broad Spectrum insecticide.
It is effective against phytophagous mites.
It controls pests on lower-leaf.
Reproduction stops immediately after feeding.

Structure Formula

:

Physical Properties
Appearance

:

White to yellowish-brown powder
Diafenthiuron content, percent by mass

 

96.0% Min.
Acidity (as H2SO4), percent by mass

:

1.0% Max.
Moisture Content, percent by mass

:

0.2% Max.
TOXICITY  DATA
Mammalian Toxicity

:

WHO (a.i.) U; Unlikely to present acute hazard
Environmental Toxicity

:

Moderately toxic to birds.
Highly toxic to fish and it is highly toxic to aquatic invertebrates Daphnia,magna as well.
It is toxic to bees.
Formulation

:

50% WP
Trade name

:

RISE
Packing detail

:

250g
Recommendations
Crop Common name of the Pest Dosage/acre(gm) Dilution in Water (Liter) Waiting Period

(days

Cotton

 

Whiteflies, Aphids, Thrips, Jassids 240 200-400 21
Cabbage

 

Diamond Back Moth (plutella xylostella) 240 200-300 7
Chilli

 

Mites 240 200-300 3
Brinjal

 

Whitefly 240 200-300 3
Cardamom

 

Thrips, Capsule borer 320 400 7
Citrus

 

Mites 2.0g/L 800 ml-1200 ml/acre 30

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