Insecticidal agent Agita 10 WG - 400g
Thiamethoxam, which is part of the drug, belongs to the group of neonicotinoids. Thiamethoxam has contact and intestinal insecticidal effect against flies, fleas, and cockroaches. Thiamethoxam blocks nicotine-acetylcholine receptors of postsynaptic membranes of nerve cells, which leads to the death of insects. The drug is active against insects resistant to organophosphate insecticides, pyrethroids, and carbamates. Tricozen, the sex pheromone of flies, attracts insects to the sites of application. The action of Agita 10 WG begins 3 - 5 minutes after the contact of insects with the drug. According to the degree of impact on the body of warm-blooded animals, Agita 10 WG belongs to low-hazard substances, in recommended concentrations it does not have a local irritating and sensitizing effect. The drug is toxic to fish and bees.