Lufenuron 5.4% EC

Brand Name: K-One

Descriptions :

Lufenuron 5.4 % EC is an Insect Growth Inhibitor interfering with chitin synthesis. It stops larvae from moulting from one stage to the next and prevents the formation of the new cuticle. It is recommended for its use to control Diamond Back Mothe(DBM) in Cabbage, Black gram and Chilli. It contains 54 g Lufenuron as an active ingredient in a kg of the product(w/w). This is equivalent to 50 g Lufenuron in litre of the product(w/v).

CATEGORY:

Chemical Composition:

S.No Ingredient Description Weight
1 Lifenuron a.i.   5.40 % w/w
2 Emulsifying agents : Linear alkyl benzene sulphonic acid, Calcium salt 4.00 % w/w
3 Emulsifying agents: Castor oil polyglycol ether 36-40 6.00 % w/w
4 Solvent: Cyclohexanone 20.00 % w/w
5 Solvent : C-IX % Q.S.
Total 100 % w/w

 

Recommendation

 

 

Crop(s)

 

 

Common Name of Pest

Dosage/HA  

Dilution in Water (Lt)

Waiting Period between last spray to harvest (days)  

Re-entry after each Application (In Hours)

 

 

AI (gm)

 

Formulation (ml)

Black gram Pod borer 30 600 500 10  
Cabbage (First spray at 30 DAT or at the time of first pest appearance and repeat 2-3 sprays at 10-15 days interval depending on pest intensity)          
Diamond Back Moth(Plutella Xylostella) 30 600 500 14  
Chilli Fruit borer 30 600 500 5  

Direction of Use

Measure out required quantitiy of the product and mix it well with a small quantity of water. Add the remaining quantity of water as specified with thorough agitation for total coverage of crops with suitable sprayer. PLANT PROTECTION EQUIPMENT: Knapsack sprayer, Compression knapsack sprayer, Battery and power operated sprayers.

 Time of Application :  

First spray at 30 DAT or aty the time of first pest appearance and repeat 2-3 days sprays at 10-15 dats interval depending on pest intensity.

Precaution:

Do not use cooking utensils for preparing sprays. Use stick for stirring the spray solution. Wear hand gloves to avoid contact w3ith the skin. Also avoid inhalation and contact with eyes. Wear protective clothing, mask goggles, boots while spraying and do not expose yourself of spray drift. Do not blow nozzles with mouth. Do not eat, drink or smoke while handling or applying the product. ‘Do not store unused spray solution. Clean sprayers, buckets and other utensils with water daily after use. Wash hands with soap and plenty of water and change clothes after the work is over. Also wash the contaminated clothes. Dop not contaminate streams, ponds, water ways etc. by discharging leftover spray materials into them or by cleaning sprayers, contaminated buckets etc. in them. Do not spray when bees are active. When used at recommended dosages, no adverse effect on wildlife is expected. In case of any sign of poisoning, immediately consult the doctor.

Symptoms Of Poisoning:

Poisoning may cause symptoms of subdued behaviour, headache, giddiness, vertigo, nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, sweating, excessive lachrymation & salivation, ataxia, somnolence and abnormal breathing.

First Aid

Remove the affected person from the danger zone to a well ventilated rooms or to fresh air, and protect from undercooling. IN CASE OF SUSPECTED POISONING: Immediately call a physician. IN CASE OF SKIN CONTACT: Remove contaminated clothinhg and thoroughly wash the affected parts of the body with soap and water. IN CASE OF EYE CONTACT: Rinse eyes with clean water for several minutes. IN CASE OF INGESTION: Repeatedly administer medicinal charcoal in a large quantity of water.

NOTE: Never give anything by mnouth to an unconscious person. Do not induce vomiting.

Phytotoxicity

Antidote

No specific antidote is known. Apply symptomatic therapy.

Disposal Of Used Container 

  1. Packages or surplus materials and washings from the machine and containers should be disposed off in a safe manner as to prevent environmental and water pollution.
  2. The used packages shall not be left outside to prevent their reuse. Packages shall be broken and buried away from habitation.

Storage Conditions

  1. The packages containing the insecticides should be stored in original containers in separat rooms or premises away from the rooms or premises used for storing other articles particularly articles of food or shall be kept in separate almirahas under lock and Key.
  2. The rooms or premises meant for storing the insecticide shall be well built, dry, wee lit and ventilated and of sufficient dimension to avoid contamination with vapour.

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