GAME 39.35% m/m SC contains 393.5g of Flubendiamide active ingredient per kg of formulation, which is equal to 480g of Flubendiamide active ingredient per liter of formulation. Game which is the first representative of a new chemical insecticide classes - the diamides. In contrast to other insecticide classes targeting the insect nervous system, Flubendiamide acts at receptors in insect muscles causing an immediate cessation of feeding and thus avoids crop damage. It is well suited for the control of a broad range of Lepidoptera pests. The unique mode of action makes the compound well suited as a tool in insect resistance management programmes.
|Formulation||39.35% m/m SC|
|Shelf - life||Two years under normal storage conditions.|
|Available Packing||100ml, 250ml, 500ml and 1ltr|
|Compatibility||Compatible with most insecticides, fungicides, etc.|
Game is contrast to most commercially successful insecticides which act on the nervous system, Flubendiamide disrupts proper muscle function in insects and therefore represents a novel, unique mode of action. These characteristic symptoms are induced by Flubendiamide through the activation of ryanodinesensitive intracellular calcium release channels (ryanodine receptors, RyR) as shown by Ca2+ fluorescence measurements in insect neurons as well as in recombinant cells expressing the cloned ryanodine receptor from Drosophila melanogaster.
|Crop||Application dose / HA||Pest|
|Pigeon Pea, Black Gram, Bengal Gram||100ml for 500ltr water||Pod borers (Helicoverpa armigera and Maruca Sp.)|
|Cotton, Tomato||100-125ml for 375-500ltr water||Bolloworms (American Bolloworm and Spotted Bolloworm), Fruit Borer|
|Rice||50ml for 375-500ltr water||Stem Borer, Leaf Folder|
|Cabbage||37.5-50ml for 375-500ltr water||Diamond Back Moth|
|Brinjal||150-187.5ml for 500ltr water||Shoot and fruit borer|
|Chilli||100-125ml for 500ltr water||Fruit borers (Helicoverpa armigera and Spodaptera Sp.)|