Danitol is a broad-spectrum, economical insecticide containing the active ingredient fenpropathrin. It is a fast-acting pyrethroid insecticide that acts on the nervous system of insects by interrupting the synapse. Danitol is effective against a wide range of pests, including:
The active ingredient in Sumitomo Danitol Insecticides is fenpropathrin. It is a synthetic pyrethroid insecticide that is a member of the third generation of pyrethroids.
- Pink bollworm
- Spotted bollworm
- American bollworm
- Navel orange worm
- Fruit moth
- Leaf rollers
- Fruit worms
- Japanese beetles
Danitol can be used on a variety of crops, including cotton, vegetables, and field crops. It is also registered for use in greenhouses and nurseries.
Danitol is applied as a foliar spray. The recommended dosage is 1.5 to 2 milliliters per liter of water. The spray should be applied thoroughly to the foliage, covering both the upper and lower surfaces of the leaves.
Danitol is a relatively safe insecticide to use. It is not harmful to humans or animals when used according to label directions. However, it is important to wear protective clothing when handling and applying Danitol.
The crop dosage for Sumitomo Danitol Insecticides varies depending on the crop and the pest being controlled. Here are some common crop dosages:
Cotton: 300-400 milliliters per acre for control of pink bollworm, spotted bollworm, and American bollworm.
Vegetables: 200-300 milliliters per acre for control of aphids, leafhoppers, and whiteflies.
Field crops: 150-200 milliliters per acre for control of grasshoppers, beetles, and caterpillars.
Here are some of the benefits of using Sumitomo Danitol Insecticides:
- Highly effective against a wide range of pests
- Long-lasting control
- Safe to use