Targeted insect control in cotton and canola
- Hear from Bevan Addison, Market Development Manager ADAMA WA and Clarke and Stokes AgriServices agronomist Lucy Burrows on Receptor insecticide and how this new mode of action is helping canola growers in the Esperance region manage red legged earth mites. Receptor is controlling populations of red legged earth mites that are no longer being controlled by traditional synthetic pyrethroid or organophosphate insecticides.
- Hear from Bevan Addison, Market Development Manager ADAMA WA and Rob Bell from Bell Pasture Seeds, WA, talk about how Receptor insecticide from ADAMA Australia provided control of red legged earth mites in canola last season. Receptor is a new mode of action for controlling red legged earth mites in canola. The introduction of the Group 12A insecticide provides canola growers with a solution to managing populations of RLEM that are no longer effectively controlled by traditional SP and OP insecticides.
What Insect Pests does Receptor insecticide control?
Receptor a group 12A insecticide from ADAMA Australia provides control of Two-spotted mite, Cotton aphid and suppression of Silverleaf whitefly in cotton. Receptor is now registered for control of Red-legged earth mite and suppression of Lucerne flea in canola. Fight SP and OP Red-legged earth mite resistance with a new mode of action!
- Unique 12A mode of action insecticide to control OP and SP resistant RLEM in canola
- Minimal impact on beneficial insects in Australian canola crops, including predatory mites and lacewings
- Contact and stomach activity on target pests
- Translaminar and vapour action within the crop
- Rainfast 6 hours after application