fenoxycarb


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fenoxycarb

a carbamate insecticide, with ovicidal and larvicidal activity against fleas.
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Pheidole colonies treated with 2% pyriproxyfen or fenoxycarb ceased egg production in 5 to 7 wk after treatment (Reimer et al.
Skarlatos G, Dedos, Hajime Fugo, 1996: Effects of fenoxycarb on the secretory activity of the prothoracic glands in the fifth instar of the silkworm, Bombyx mori.
Examples that appear on the current stock list include insect growth regulators, such as fenoxycarb and methoprene, and microbial pesticides, such as Bacillus thuringiensis and spinosad.
Table 4 Some Common Examples of Insecticides Used to Control Fire Ants Treatment Chemical Name Outdoors Baits Abamectin Boric acid Fenoxycarb Hydramethylnon Methroprene Pyriproxyfen Spinosad Fipronil Drenches, Acephate sprays, dusts, Bifenthrin granules Carbaryl Deltamethrin Diazinon * Cypermethrin Cyfluthrin Tralomethrin Cyhalothrin Permethrin Fipronil Indoors Baits Abamectin Hydramethylnon Sulfluramid Orthoboric acid Sprays, dusts, Cypermethrin aerosols Treatment Trade / Brand Name and Manufacturer Outdoors Baits PT Ascend fire ant bait, Whitmire Micro-Gen Corp.
One IGR -- fenoxycarb -- is effective indoors and outdoors to prevent flea infestations from developing.
Logic contains the active ingredient fenoxycarb, which inhibits development of worker fire ants.
Effectiveness of fenoxycarb for control of red imported fire ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).
Fenoxycarb is stable outdoors, whereas methoprene is not.
Some of the most effective compounds are methoprene, hydroprene, kinoprene, fenoxycarb, pyriproxyfen and precocenes I and II.
Chemical Compound Structure AI (kg) Common name (description) I [ILLUSTRATIONS N-Cyclohexyl, N'-3-phenyl) OMITTED] propyl urea II [ILLUSTRATIONS 472,298 Diuron (herbicide) OMITTED] III [ILLUSTRATIONS Desmethyl diuron (diuron OMITTED] metabolite) IV [ILLUSTRATIONS 1-5% Bis-dichlorophenyl urea OMITTED] (diuron impurity) V [ILLUSTRATIONS 35,418 Diflubenzuron (insecticide) OMITTED] VI [ILLUSTRATIONS 112 Siduron (herbicide) OMITTED] VII [ILLUSTRATIONS 202(a) Chlorpropham (herbicide) OMITTED] VIII [ILLUSTRATIONS 765 Fenoxycarb (insecticide) OMITTED] IX [ILLUSTRATIONS 2,226,055 Molinate (herbicide) OMITTED] X [ILLUSTRATIONS 412,325 Cycloate (herbicide) OMITTED] XI [ILLUSTRATIONS 652,109 Thiobencarb (herbicide) OMITTED] AI, active ingredient.
Its only active ingredient, fenoxycarb, is an insect growth regulator (IGR) that breaks fleas' reproductive cycle, preventing eggs and larvae from maturing.