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The chemicals intended to kill harmful insects. Used for pest control. Insecticides are widely used in large and private farms for the prevention and active killing of pests.
Translaminar insecticide of natural origin for protection against caterpillars of lepidopteran pests․
Insecticide from the class of neonicotinoids for the destruction of a complex of gnawing and sucking pests on potatoes, wheat, cucumbers, tomatoes, flower crops, as well as on pastures and areas inhabited by locusts.
A contact-intestinal insecticide designed to control a wide range of insect pests in horticultural crops.
A broad spectrum insecticide that protects the crop even under adverse conditions․
Insectoacaricide of intestinal action to protect vegetables in protected ground, flower and pot crops in protected and open ground, as well as apple and grapes from ticks, thrips and apple sucker.
Systemic broad-spectrum insecticide for the protection of wheat, rapeseed, sugar beet and apple trees.
Multipurpose broad-spectrum contact insectoacaricide against stock pests.
Fast-acting organophosphate insecticide with a long protective period against a wide range of sugar beet pests․
A two-component insecticide to control a wide range of gnawing and sucking pests, including hiding.
Systemic insecticidal disinfectant for seeds of cereals, sunflower, rape and potato tubers for protection against a complex of soil and ground pests of seedlings.
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