Archive for August, 2014

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  • Fish parasite has increased its resistance to abamectin

    In recent ten years, abamectin insecticide preparation, which served as the antiparasitic agent that has broad spectrum and high efficiency, has been widely used in fishery and animal husbandry in the world and has obtained good evaluation. However, due to the sustained use of this kind of preparation, many endoparasite and ectoparasite, especially the parasitic helminths and arthropods have generated resistance year by year. As a result, the pesticide effect has reduced sharply and ...

    Posted at August 29, 2014 | By : | Categories : Company News | Comments Off on Fish parasite has increased its resistance to abamectin
  • Leading scientists call for a stop to non-essential use of fluorochemicals

    Fluorochemicals are synthetically produced chemicals, which repel water and oil and are persistent towards aggressive physical and chemical conditions in industrial processing. These characteristics have made the fluorochemicals useful in numerous processes and products, such as coatings for food paper and board. "We recommend that known and safe chemicals are used, or that new alternatives are developed which are not toxic, persistent and do not accumulate in humans or the environment. Fluorochemicals should only be used ...

    Posted at August 28, 2014 | By : | Categories : Company News | Comments Off on Leading scientists call for a stop to non-essential use of fluorochemicals
  • Fipronil, imidacloprid reduce honeybee mitochondrial activity

    New research published in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry addresses the effects of two broad-spectrum systemic insecticides, fipornil and imidacloprid, on honeybees. These insecticides are widely used in agriculture, and the authors conclude that fipronil and imidacloprid are inhibitors of mitochondrial bioenergetics, resulting in depleted cell energy. This action can explain the toxicity of these compounds for honeybees. Both fipronil and imidacloprid negatively affected the mitochondrial bioenergetics ...

    Posted at August 27, 2014 | By : | Categories : Company News | Comments Off on Fipronil, imidacloprid reduce honeybee mitochondrial activity
  • The development prospect of avermectins

    Avermectins has excellent repelling and killing efficacy on endoparasite and ectoparasite as well as unique parasite resistance mechanism. A large number of clinical applications in China have proved that avermectins is safe and efficient, which cannot be replaced by other drugs in controlling ectoparasite of arthropods. Our company put a lot of energy in the extensive research on the preparation technology of avermectins. Below are some views on the development prospect of avermectins.

    Posted at August 26, 2014 | By : | Categories : Company News | Comments Off on The development prospect of avermectins
  • Arctic mammals can metabolize some pesticides, limits human exposure

    Fortunately, you are not always what you eat -- at least in Canada's Arctic. New research from the University of Guelph reveals that arctic mammals such as caribou can metabolize some current-use pesticides (CUPs) ingested in vegetation. This limits exposures in animals that consume the caribou -- including humans. "This is good news for the wildlife and people of the Arctic who survive by hunting caribou and other animals," said Adam Morris, a PhD student in the School ...

    Posted at August 25, 2014 | By : | Categories : Company News | Comments Off on Arctic mammals can metabolize some pesticides, limits human exposure
  • Analysis on the phytotoxicity symptoms appeared on 11 kinds of commonly used plant growth regulators

    Phytotoxicity symptoms will vary in different kinds of plant growth regulators products. Below are the methods from pesticide manufacturer to distinguish the phytotoxicity symptoms appeared on the commonly used plant growth regulators. Phytotoxicity symptoms of paclobutrazol: plant will dwarf, root tuber and tuber will become small and deformed, leaves will become curl, old leaves in the stem base will fall off ahead of time as well as young leaves will shrivel. Regarding cottons, in which ...

    Posted at August 22, 2014 | By : | Categories : Company News | Comments Off on Analysis on the phytotoxicity symptoms appeared on 11 kinds of commonly used plant growth regulators
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