Archive for March, 2014

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  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Abamectin

    Abamectin is bio-pesticide, which can be mixed with a variety of insecticides or add a small amount of detergent that help moist abamectin powder and increase its adhesion to improve efficacy. It cannot be mixed with fungicides, or most of biological pesticides are fungi which are the main ingredient of abamectin would be killed by fungicides, then the pesticide loses its effect; it can not be mixed with alkaline pesticides as the most fungi in ...

    Posted at March 31, 2014 | By : | Categories : Company News | Comments Off on Advantages and Disadvantages of Abamectin
  • The Comparison of Emamectin Benzoate and Abamectin

    Emamectin benzoate is a new type semi-synthetic antibiotic effective insecticide abamectin B1 from the fermentation product synthesis, ultra-efficient, low toxicity (nearly non-toxic formulations), no residue, pollution-free, just like other biological pesticides, compared with avermectin, firstly its insecticidal activity is higher by 1-3 orders of magnitude, extremely strong against lepidoptera pole larvae and many other pests and mites, of both stomach toxicity and contact toxicity, very effective at very low doses (0.084-2g/ha), and unharmful to ...

    Posted at March 28, 2014 | By : | Categories : Company News | Comments Off on The Comparison of Emamectin Benzoate and Abamectin
  • Analysis of the Effect of Abamectin Used in Plant Roots

    In China, many vegetable growers reflect that abamectin has little effect on prevention meloidogyne, and some farmers even say there is no effect at all. However, studies have shown that abamectin has a strong repelling and killing efficacy on root-knot nematode, ectoparasites and other arthropods. Why do vegetable growers say it doesn’t work? Through exchanges with some vegetable growers, Chinese researchers learned that the poor effect of avermectin was related to their use. Many vegetable growers ...

    Posted at March 26, 2014 | By : | Categories : Company News | Comments Off on Analysis of the Effect of Abamectin Used in Plant Roots
  • The Reason for the Rapid Development of Abamectin

    Abamectin also known as avermectin,  has been well developed in recent years; experts say that avermectin will have a good development potential and prospect in the future. Well, why avermectin can get such a good development? Based on what? Avermectin is a mixture of natural fermentation, occupying an important position in China pest control system. Currently there are more than 10 enterprises producing avermectins. The commercially available avermectin series on market are abamectin insecticide, ivermectin, ...

    Posted at March 25, 2014 | By : | Categories : Company News | Comments Off on The Reason for the Rapid Development of Abamectin
  • Unearthing key function of plant hormone

    Plants, like animals, employ hormones as messengers, which coordinate growth and regulate how they react to the environment. One of these plant hormones, auxin, regulates nearly all aspects of plant behavior and development, for example phototropism, root growth and fruit growth. Depending on the context, auxin elicits a range of responses such as cell polarization or division. In this week's edition of Science a team of researchers including Jiři Friml from IST Austria and led ...

    Posted at March 21, 2014 | By : | Categories : Company News | Comments Off on Unearthing key function of plant hormone
  • Roots to shoots: Hormone transport in plants deciphered

    Plant growth is orchestrated by a spectrum of signals from hormones within a plant. A major group of plant hormones called cytokinins originate in the roots of plants, and their journey to growth areas on the stem and in leaves stimulates plant development. Though these phytohormones have been identified in the past, the molecular mechanism responsible for their transportation within plants was previously poorly understood. Now, a new study from a research team led by biochemist ...

    Posted at March 19, 2014 | By : | Categories : Company News | Comments Off on Roots to shoots: Hormone transport in plants deciphered
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