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Systemic insecticide with selective efficacy, it is considered the agricultural defense of the future, when the subject is combating the various insects that harm the crops of the most varied cultivations.

From the Neonicotinoids group, the product is highly effective and it is widely used by soybean farmers to control whitefly infestation. But, it also fights the thrips pest and different types of aphids.

What is Carnadine®?

It is a systemic insecticide, which acts by contact and ingestion, controlling the infestation of different crop pests, for example, whitefly on soybean crops and leaf aphid in wheat.

From the chemical group 4A (Neonicotinoids) and Concentrated Suspension (SC) formulation, the insecticide has as one of the main substances in its composition the Acetamiprid.

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Carnadine® Insecticide: crops that protects and pests in the crop that controls

The whitefly is one of the main targets controlled by the insecticide Carnadine® in the soybean, bean, tomato, melon and watermelon crops. Check out other insects that this agricultural defense fights and in which crops:

  • Soy: Silverleaf Whitefly (Bemisia tabaci race B);
  • Wheat: Rose-Grain Aphid (Metopolophium dirhodum);
  • Cotton: Greenfly (Aphis gossypii);
  • Potato: Peach-Potato Aphid (Myzus persicae);
  • Bean: Whitefly (Bemisia tabaci race B);
  • Melon: Greenfly (Aphis gossypii) and Whitefly (Bemisia tabaci race B);
  • Watermelon: Greenfly (Aphis gossypii) and Whitefly (Bemisia tabaci race B);
  • Corn: Corn Leaf Aphid (Rhopalosiphum maidis);
  • Tomato: Common Blossom Thrips (Frankliniella schultzei), Whitefly (Bemisia tabaci race B) and Green Peach Aphid (Myzus persicae).

How Carnadine® controls whitefly and other pests

As a group 4 agricultural defensive (Neonicotinoids), Carnadine® is an insecticide that acts by contact and ingestion, as a competitive modulator of nicotinic acetylcholine receptors.

That is, it has a systemic and immediate mechanism of action, directly attacking the insect’s nervous system. With a translaminar action, the Carnadine® insecticide penetrates quickly in the plantations, as indicated on the package leaflet, spreading right after spraying.

In this way, whiteflies, certain types of aphids and other insects harmful to soy, wheat, beans and many others, are quickly extinguished by the nervous hyperexcitation that the agricultural defensive causes in targets.

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