- Fame contains Flubendiamide 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.
- Control of broad range of Lepidoptera pests. – Pronounced larvicidal activity, product has to be ingested – No ovicidal activity
- Fame is fast acting and leads to rapid cessation of feeding immediately after ingestion of the compound
- The unique mode of action of Fame makes it an excellent tool for resistance management programme and IPM suitable due to its favourable toxicity profile
- Spreads on both sides of the leaf, thus saving time, energy and money
- Rain fast due to specific physico-chemical properties
- It is non-toxic to adult honey bees (LD50 greater than 200 μg a.s./bee for acute oral and contact exposure). Likewise, it does not pose a risk to beneficial insects as parasitoids, predatory mites, or foliage-dwelling insect species
- Flubendiamide SC 480 is in general well miscible with conventional crop protection products. In particular cases miscibility tests should be performed prior to application. Always refer to the product label for details
- Bengal gram
- Pack sizes: 10 ml, 50 ml, 100 ml, 250 ml, 500 ml
- The information provided here is for reference only. Always refer to the product labels and accompanying leaflets for complete product details and directions for use.
10ml, 50ml, 100ml, 250ml, 500ml