Lufenuron is an insecticide that kills pests by acting on the larvae and preventing their peeling process, especially has excellent control effect on leaf-eating caterpillars of fruit trees, and has a unique killing mechanism for thrips, rust mites and whitefly. It is suitable for pests that are resistant to synthetic pyrethroids and organophosphorus pesticides. It has a long-lasting period which is helpful to reduce the frequency of spraying. It is safe for crops such as corn, vegetables, citrus, cotton, potatoes, grapes, and soybeans, and is suitable for integrated pest management. It is safe for beneficial insects and predatory spiders. Long-lasting efficacy, resistant to rain washing, and is selective for beneficial arthropod adults. After the application, the effect is slow for the first time, and it has the function of killing eggs, which can kill the newly laid eggs and take effect 2-3 days after application.
Note: When the pest is serious, the spraying frequency should be increased instead of increasing the dosage to increase the control effect. Spraying should be done after 5 pm.
It is not suitable for paddy fields.