Dinotefuran

Dinotefuran is a new furanicotinyl insecticide which represents the third generation of neonicotinoid group.
The product is used for controls a range of sucking insects, such as whiteflies, plant bugs, leafhoppers and mealybugs; Coleoptera, such as Colorado beetles and flea beetles; Diptera, such as leaf miner flies.

Active Ingredient Dinotefuran
Content & Formulation 20%SC, 25%WP, 50%SG
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Product Feature
Dinotefuran is a new furanicotinyl insecticide which represents the third generation of neonicotinoid group.
Dinotefuran acts through contact and ingestion and results in the cessation of feeding within several hours of contac and death shortly after. Dinotefuran does not inhibit cholinesterase or interfere with sodium channels. Therefore, its mode of action is different from those of organophosphate, carbamate, and pyrethroid compounds. It appears that Dinotefuran acts as an agonist of insect nicotinic acetycholine receptors, but it is postulated that Dinotefuran affects the nicotinic acetylcholine binding in a mode that differs from other neonicotinoid insecticides. It is reportd that Dinotefuran was highly active on a certain sliverleaf whitefly strain which developed resistance against imidacloprid.
The product is used for controls a range of sucking insects, such as whiteflies, plant bugs, leafhoppers and melybugs; Coleoptera, such as Colorado beetles and flea beetles; Diptera, such as leaf miner flies; and certain Lepidoptera, such as fruit moth, in vegetables, fruit, paddy rice and turf.

Crops
Rice, Wheat, Cucumber, Vegetable, Cabbage, Citrus, Peach, Ornamental plants.

Targets
Planthopper, Whiteflies, Mealybugs, Thrips, Aphids, Leafminers.

  • It is a high active borad-spectrum insecticide with special chemical structure.
    Effective on:
    -Sucking insects such as aphids, plant bugs, leafhoppers and mealybugs.
    -Diptera species such as leafminer fly.
    -Coleoptera species such as weevil, Colorado potato beetle and flea beetle.
    -Certain Lepidoptera species such as fruit moths and leafminers.
    -Other species such as thrips, grasshoppers and fire ants.
  • High systemicity: Readily adsorbed and translocated into plants.
  • Dinotefuran has a translaminar action to exhibit insecticidal efficacy on abaxial surface of leaf when applied at adaxial side.
  • Rain Fastness:
    Dinotefuran can work well even after rainfall at 3 hours after application.
  • Residual Efficacy:
    Dinotefuran can protect crops from insects for a long period thanks to its excellent activity, high systemicity and proper stability in the environment.
  • Low Toxicity and Low Phytotoxicity.
Crops Targets Dosage(a.i.) Application Method
Rice Planthopper 90-120 g/ha Spraying after diluted with water
Striped rice borer 120-150 g/ha
Cucumber Whiteflies 90-150 g/ha Spraying after diluted with water
Thrips 60-120 g/ha
Wheat Aphids 75-90 g/ha Spraying after diluted with water
Ornamental
Chrysanthemum
Aphids 80-108 g/ha Spraying after diluted with water
Cabbage Aphids 30-45 g/ha Spraying after diluted with water