Albaugh launched imidacloprid 200sc for soybeans in Brazil

According to the Chinese website of world agrochemical network, Albaugh exclusively disclosed to agropages that the company will launch the pesticide appalus containing imidacloprid to meet the needs of Brazilian agriculture.

According to the company, appalus is “the most advanced substitute for controlling the soybean rice green stink bug (Nezara viridula)”, and “has obvious effect in controlling such pests that are considered to be more challenging for every crop.”

Experts explained that the rice green stink bug is a kind of stinging insect pest, which will cause the abortion of pods and seeds, as well as the loss of soybean weight, quality and yield. Research published in Brazil shows that if this pest is not controlled at different stages of crops, the resulting loss of oilseed crop production potential may exceed 30%.

Appalus is a new intelligent and cost-effective tool for farmers facing the challenge of rice stink bug in soybean crop management.

The insecticide is produced in Albaugh’s Industrial Park in reyndi, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. According to Albaugh, the industrial park is recognized by the market because of its strong production capacity and flexible logistics, serving growers all over the country.

Jos é Geraldo Martins dos Santos, director of marketing and product development, said: “the whole process of appalus from production to delivery is carried out in rexendy. This is very important for providing and supplying high-tech quality products to the market.”

Appalus contains 200g/l imidacloprid. He added that the use of SC dosage form is one of the differentiated characteristics of the pesticide, which meets the special needs of Brazilian agriculture.

According to Martins dos Santos, appalus can also take effect quickly after being exposed and ingested by the soybean rice stink bug. “This insecticide is an important tool in the practice of resistance management. It has been successfully used in integrated pest management (IPM) in combination with other insecticides,” he said

Source: World agrochemical network

Post time: Jun-20-2022