GHAJINI (INSECTICIDE)

GHAJINI (Imidacloprid 70% WG)

  • It is used for control of sucking insects, including leaf / plant hoppers, aphids, jassids, thrips and white flies in various crops like rice, cotton.
  • It is also effective against soil insects like termites and some species of biting insects.
  • It is suitable for use in integrated pest management.
  • Due to very less recommended dosages and long lasting effects it is relatively economical.


Imidacloprid 70% WG

Ghazini from HPM India
Product Name

:

Imidacloprid
Type of pesticides

:

Insecticide
Chemical name

:

1-[(6-chloro-3-pyridinyl)methyl]-N-nitro-2-imidazolidinimine
Empirical Formula

:

C5H10CIN5O2

CAS No.

:

[138261-41-3]
UN No

:

2588
Packing group

:

III
IMDG

:

Class.6.1 [Pesticides, solid, toxic n.o.s. (Imidacloprid)]
Shelf-life

:

Two years under normal storage conditions.

DESCRIPTION

Imidacloprid acts as an antagonist by binding to postsynaptic nicotinic receptors in the insect central nervous system.
Mode of action
Systemic insecticide with translaminar activity and with contact and stomach action. Readily taken
up by the plant and further distributed acropetally, with good root-systemic action.
Applications
It is used for control of sucking insects, including leaf / plant hoppers, aphids, Jassids, thrips and
white flies in various crops like rice, cotton.
It is also effective against soil insects like termites and some species of biting insects..
It is suitable for use in integrated pest management.
Due to very less recommended dosages and long lasting effects it is relatively economical.
Structure Formula

:

SPECIFICATION
Appearance

:

Colourless crystal
Imidacloprid content, percent by mass

 

94% Min.
Acidity (as H2SO4) % by mass (max)

:

0.5% Max.
Moisture Content

:

1.0% Max.
Compatibility

:

Incompatible with oxidation materials and acids.
TOXICITY  DATA
Mammalian Toxicity

:

WHO (a.i.) II; Moderately hazardous
Environmental Toxicity

:

Imidacloprid is highly toxic to four bird species: Japanese quail, house sparrow, canary, and pigeon.In bobwhite quail (Colinus virginianus), Imidacloprid was determined to be moderately toxic.Imidacloprid is highly toxic on an acute basis to aquatic invertebrates, harmful to honeybees by direct contact, but no problems expected when sprayed into flowering crop or when used as seed treatment.it is slightly toxic for worms.Imidacloprid is moderately toxic and is linked to neurotoxic, reproductive and mutagenic effects. It has been found to be highly toxic to bees and other beneficial insects. It is also toxic to upland game birds, is generally persistent in soils and can leach to groundwater.
Formulation

:

70% WG
Trade name

:

GHAJINI
Packing detail

:

2g, 30g, 75g, 150g
Recommendations
Crop Common name of the Pest Dosage/acre(gm) Dilution in
Water (Liter)
Waiting Period

(days

Cotton Jassids,Aphids, Thrips
12-14
150–200 7
Rice BrownPlant Hoppers,
White BackedPlant
Hoppers
12-14 120–150 7
Okra

 

Jassids,Aphids, Thrips 12-14 150–200 3
Cucumber

 

Aphids& Jassids 14 200 5

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