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Fenoxycarb has gastric toxicity and contact-killing effects, as well as insect growth regulatory properties, making it a broad-spectrum insecticide. However, its insecticidal action is non-neurological, characterized by strong anti-juvenile hormone activity against various insects, leading to egg mortality, inhibition of metamorphosis during the adult and larval stages, resulting in mortality during the late larval or pupal stages. It has a long-lasting residual effect and is harmless to beneficial organisms.

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Trademarks (Insegar, Varikill, Logic)


TC: off-white powder or crystals

301.34 g/mol

95%TC, 25%WP

53 -  54 ºC

7.9 mg/l at 20 ºC

Stable to light

Mainland China

8.67 x 10-4 mPa (25 ºC)

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ethyl [2-(4-phenoxyphenoxy)ethyl]carbamate

Application/Usage: Fenoxycarb's applications include its use in storage facilities for pest control, in compliance with local regulations. As an insect growth regulator, it is also used for vector control by inhibiting the development of mosquito larvae. Its utility in agriculture and horticulture is broad, combating various pests in cotton fields, orchards, vegetable gardens, and on ornamental plants. In forestry, Fenoxycarb is effective against certain caterpillars and moths, including those that have developed resistance to common pesticides. It is characterized by rapid degradation in soil and water and does not bioaccumulate.


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