Fipronil is a phenylpyrazole insecticide with broad insecticidal spectrum, which mainly has stomach toxicity, and has both contact toxicity and systemic action. It has high insecticidal activity against important pests such as aphids, leafhoppers, planthoppers, Lepidopteran larvae, flies and coleoptera, and has no phytotoxicity to crops. It can be applied to soil or foliar spray. Applying to soil can effectively control corn root leaf beetle, wireworm and cutworm. When spraying on leaves, it has a high control effect on plutella xylostella, pieris rapae, rice thrips.
Note: Avoid using it in the flowering period of crops to reduce the harm to insects such as butterflies and dragonflies.