SePRO Introduces New Insecticide

July 17, 2014 - 14:37

SePRO recently introduced Rycar, the company’s newest insecticide.

SePRO has launched Rycar, the company’s newest insecticide.

Rycar is not a neonicotinoid; it excels in controlling whiteflies (both B- and Q-biotypes), aphids, mealybugs, leafhoppers and chili thrips.

In addition to being a softer chemistry with low use rates, Rycar is also effective on pests resistant to traditional pesticide classes such as neonicotinoids, pyrethroids and organophosphates. It has also been shown to be very gentle on an array of beneficial insects.

Target pests exposed to Rycar stop feeding immediately. As a result, Rycar is proven to significantly reduce vector-viral transmission. Rycar has complete translaminar movement through the leaf, providing improved control of pests that feed and dwell on the under sides of leaves. Once movement into the leaf occurs, Rycar maintains consistent efficacy for up to 21 days. 

Other benefits of Rycar include:

  •  New chemistry with a unique MOA;
  •  Superior whitefly (B- and Q-biotypes) and aphid control;
  •  Immediate stop-feed;
  •  Significantly reduces virus transmission; and
  •  Gentle on beneficials.

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