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Super imida large

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Imidacloprid based insecticide formulations are available as
dustable powder, granular, suspension concentrate, wettable powder.

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Super imida large

  1. 1. SUPER IMIDA
  2. 2. IMIDACLOPRID • Imidacloprid based insecticide formulations are available as dustable powder, granular, suspension concentrate, wettable powder. seed dressing (flowable slurry concentrate), soluble concentrate,
  3. 3. IMIDACLOPRID • is a systemic • with translaminar activity • with contact and stomach action • Readily taken up by the plant and further distributed acropetally, with good root- systemic action • chloro-nicotinyl insecticide with soil, seed and foliar uses
  4. 4. Pests and crops • for the control of sucking insects including rice hoppers, aphids, thrips, whiteflies, termites, turf insects, soil insects and some beetles • It is most commonly used on paddy, cotton, wheat, maize, potatoes, sugarcane, vegetables, fruits • It is especially systemic when used as a seed or soil treatment
  5. 5. • The application rates are considerably lower than older, traditionally used insecticides • It can be phytotoxic if it is not used according to manufacturer's specifications • It has been shown to be compatible with fungicides when used as a seed treatment to control insect pests
  6. 6. Mode of Action • The chemical works by interfering with the transmission of stimuli in the insect nervous system • It causes a blockage in a type of neuronal pathway (nicotinergic) that is more abundant in insects than in warm-blooded animals (making the chemical selectively more toxic to insects than warm-blooded animals). • This blockage leads to the accumulation of acetylcholine, an important neurotransmitter, resulting in the insect's paralysis, and eventually death. • It is effective on contact and via stomach action.
  7. 7. Toxicity • Imidacloprid is moderately toxic. • It is considered non-irritating to eyes and skin, and non-sensitizing to skin • Some granular formulations may contain clays as inert ingredients that may act as eye irritants
  8. 8. SUPER IMIDA Imidacloprid 30.5% SC • Super Imida is an insecticide formulation in Suspension Concentrate. • Super Imida is systemic with translaminar activity, acts by contact and stomach action. • Readily taken up by the plant and further distributed in upward direction.
  9. 9. • Has instant dispersion when it added to water and does not allow the spray solution to settle down for a longer period, thereby no frequent agitation required during the spray. • It reduces surface runoff and provides uniform coverage over the foliages with enhanced penetration & stability. • Super Imida found to be very effective up to 10 - 14 days after application.
  10. 10. • The MRL of SUPER IMIDA in Rice & Cotton seed oil has already been fixed by Central Committee for Food Standards [CCFS] as 0.05 ppm. • SUPER IMIDA does not have any adverse effect on the population of common natural enemies like Coccinella, Chrysoperla, etc.
  11. 11. Method of Use • Shake the SUPER IMIDA bottle vigorously for 2 - 5 minutes to form a homogeneous mixture before dilution. • Mix the homogeneous mixture formed in water as per recommendations. • The prepared mixture should be sprayed within 30-40 minutes after preparing the mixture.
  12. 12. RECOMMENDATIONS Crop Name of the Pest Dosage / acre [ml] Dilution in water [Litres] Cotton / Bt-Cotton Aphids, Jassids & Thrips 30-50 150-200 Rice Brown Plant Hopper [BPH] & White backed Plant Hopper [WBPH] 150-200
  13. 13. Crop Segment Crops Cereals Rice, Maize, Wheat Vegetables Cucumber, Tomato, Okra, Water Melon, Pumpkin, Bottle Gourd, Carrot, Onion Fruits Mango, Citrus, Grapes Oilseed Sunflower Roots and Tubers Potato Sugar crop Sugarcane Fibre Cotton Ornamentals Marigold Spices Chilli Others Tobacco
  14. 14. Major Pests
  15. 15. Aphids • It is active in May to November. • Life cycle - 8 - 10 days Damage: • Both young and adult suck plant sap • The plant becomes weak • Tender shoots and leaves become yellowish and then dries up. Insecticide Dosage/ acre Super Imida 30-50 ml
  16. 16. Aphids
  17. 17. Jassids • Attacks through out crop life • Eggs hatch in about 4-11 days • Young nymphs feed on leaf sap for 7-12 days • The winged adults live for 35-50 days feeding constantly on plant sap • It completes 7 generations in a year Damage: • The adults and nymphs suck sap from leaves which turn yellow or reddish brown • The leaf curls downwards, dries up and falls Insecticide Dosage/ acre Super Imida 30-50 ml
  18. 18. Thrips • It is found through out the year. • It breeds on cotton from May to September. Damage: • The thrips and its nymphs lacerate the surface tissues of the foliage and suck the exuding sap • In severe infestation, the plant appears blighted and occasionally dries up Insecticide Dosage/ acre Super Imida 30-50 ml
  19. 19. Thrips
  20. 20. Brown Plant Hopper • Nymphs and adults congregate at the base of the plant above the water level. • The insect sucks the sap and the leaves turn brown. • Affected plant dries up and gives a scorched appearance called “hopper burn”. • Circular patches of drying and lodging of matured plant • It is vector of grassy stunt, ragged stunt and wilted stunt diseases
  21. 21. Major characteristics of BPH populations  Discrete period of seasonal appearance  Low initial density  Steep and steady population growth  Clumped spatial distribution  Violent density fluctuations from year to year
  22. 22. BPH – Life Cycle
  23. 23. White backed Plant Hopper • Nymph - White in colour and pronotum is pale yellow. • Adult - Possess a diamond like marking on the thorax and ovipositional site is black streaks. • Suck the sap and cause stunted growth. • “Hopper burn” is caused in irregular patches.
  24. 24. White fly • Whiteflies cause stunting of plants and curling and mottling of leaves. • They may also transmit plant viruses. • They excrete a sticky sugar substance called honeydew on which may grow sooty mold fungus.
  25. 25. Termites • Sugarcane  Poor germination of setts (After Planting).  Characteristic semi- circular feeding marks on the leaves in the standing crop.  Entire shoot dries up and can be pulled out easily.  Setts hollow inside and may be filled with soil.  Cane collapses if disturbed  Rind filled with mud. www.agritech.tnau.ac.in
  26. 26. Effect of Pests on different crops
  27. 27. Aphid attack on COTTON
  28. 28. Jassid attack on COTTON
  29. 29. Thrips attack on COTTON
  30. 30. Brown Plant Hopper attack in PADDY
  31. 31. Aphids in CHILLI Damage in CHILLI by Thrips
  32. 32. Aphids in OKRA Jassids in OKRA
  33. 33. Hoppers in MANGO
  34. 34. Aphids in TOMATO
  35. 35. Thrips in TOMATO
  36. 36. Leaf hopper in POTATO
  37. 37. Thrips in ONION Leaf miner in ONION
  38. 38. Jassid in SUNFLOWER White fly in SUNFLOWER
  39. 39. Aphid in PUMPKIN
  40. 40. Thank You

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