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About Imidacloprid

Imidacloprid is a popular insecticide active ingredient that is widely used in a variety of pest killing products. It can work in many forms including crop and vegetation protection, insecticide sprays, powder, and gel baits. It is a neonicotinoid insecticide ingredient. Pure imidacloprid is in the form of colorless tasteless crystal. Imidacloprid has the characteristics of high efficiency, broad spectrum, low toxicity and low residue. It has a great killing effect on ants, cockroaches, bed bugs, termites and other pests. And pests will not easily develop resistance to this ingredient. Imidacloprid has multiple modes of action such as contact, gastric and inhalation poisoning. It works primarily by blocking the insect’s neuronal pathways. When it is applied to pests, their feeding activity will stop within minutes to hours. In the next 1-2 days, the pests will be paralyzed and die since the normal transmission of the central nervous system will be blocked. Insecticide products containing imidacloprid have the characteristics of quick action and long duration. In addition, imidacloprid is low-toxic to humans, mammals and plants, with a low residue level after application.

Imidacloprid was patented in the United States in 1992 and first used in lawn turf grass and ornamentals. Pest control products containing imidacloprid appear under different forms and names. They are mainly used for termite control around the foundations of family houses, pest control in gardens and lawns, parasite control on pets, tree pest control and as preservatives for wood products. Insecticide products containing imidacloprid are also widely used for pest control in indoor environments due to their low toxicity and low residue.

Advantages of Imidacloprid

1. Imidacloprid has a wide range of applications. It has a good control effect on common stinging pests in food crops, cash crops, tea gardens and orchards.
2. Imidacloprid can be applied in many ways. Imidacloprid can be used in both liquid insecticides, gel baits, etc.
3. Insecticide products containing imidacloprid can be used for pest control in both outdoor environments and indoor environments to control pests such as ants, termites and cockroaches.
4. The effectiveness of imidacloprid is less affected by temperature conditions. Therefore, good results can also be achieved when the temperature is low.
5. Imidacloprid can also be used for seed and soil treatment. Seeds from crops such as rice, wheat, peanuts, soybeans and cotton can all be treated with imidacloprid. The use of medicated fertilizers containing imidacloprid can effectively prevent the impacts of underground pests on crops.

Disadvantages of Imidacloprid

1. Long-term use of insecticide products containing imidacloprid may lead to a certain degree of target pests’ resistance to this active ingredient.
2. Insecticide products containing imidacloprid should not be in the mixed use with strong acid or strong alkaline ingredients. Otherwise, it will lead to the decomposition and failure of imidacloprid ingredients.

For Pests:

Mosquitoes are also everywhere throughout the world. They use their piercing mouthparts to pierce the skin of their host and draw blood. The host of mosquitoes is mainly vertebrates, such as mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fishes and so on. Mosquitoes are vectors of many diseases. The major transmitted diseases include dengue fever, malaria, yellow fever, Zika virus, filariasis, Japanese encephalitis, West Nile virus and chikungunya fever.

Ants are social insects. The harms of ants can be summarized as biting, spreading disease, polluting the environment and damaging building structures. Ants cause direct economic losses through their bites and pollution. And the indirect losses by spreading diseases and endangering human health are far greater than the direct losses. Ant bites often cause red papules. As ants crawl around, they mechanically carry harmful bacteria and viruses that contaminate food, clothing, and household appliances. Ants can also damage building structures by the building of their nests or colonies.

Cockroaches are omnivorous insects. Cockroaches eat almost anything they can chew in a variety of environments. Because they crawl around and eat almost anything, they can cause a lot of contamination and spread a variety of pathogens. Cockroaches transmit bacteria or viruses that cause diseases such as cholera, laryngitis, diphtheria, anthrax and tuberculosis. Cockroaches can carry many kinds of worm eggs, such as roundworms, beef tapeworms, pinworms and whipworms, etc. Cockroaches can carry, hold and excrete viruses including Coxsackie and poliovirus. Cockroaches also cause economic losses by biting and contaminating food in factories, markets and homes.

Ingredient Composition and Packaging


Ingredient Composition


Insecticidal Bait Powder
2.15% Imidacloprid
5g/6g/10g Per Bag
15% lmidacloprid Suspending Agent
15% lmidacloprid
100g/500g/1000g Per Bag
20kg Per Barrel
Glue Bait
2.15% Imidacloprid
5g/10g/20g Per Bag

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