A biological insecticide containing the naturally occurring microorganism Bacillus thuringiensis subspecies kurstaki (Btk).
The active ingredient in DiPel consists of an optimized blend of four potent Bt protein toxins and a spore. Many other Bt strains lack the volume and balance of Bt toxin proteins that DiPel delivers.
Bt subsp. kurstaki toxins have distinct modes of action unlike any chemical insecticide, providing a perfect tool for insect pest control programs. DiPel has never shown cross-resistance with any chemical insecticide
DiPel DF is a state-of-the-art, dust free, water dispersible granular formulation with excellent stability and shelflife. It suspends completely in water, keeping screens and nozzles from clogging and keeping application consistent
Active ingredient: 32,000 iu Bacillus thuringiensis subspecies kurstaki strain ABTS-351 per mg
Mode of action:
When an insect pest ingests the protein crystals on treated leaves, its feeding stops within minutes. The protein crystals are solubilized in the gut of the pest and gut cells are irreparably damaged. Once this damage occurs, Bt spores enter through the gut wall and germinate rapidly in the body cavity causing blood poisoning. The larvae then die in 1-3 days.
|PHI||Rate of application||Pest||Crop|
|Zero||200 gr/fed||Potato tuber moth||Potatoes|
|Zero||200 gr/fed||Cotton leaf worm||Tomatoes|
|Zero||300 gr/fed||Grapes berry moth||Grapes|
|Zero||200 gr/fed||Cotton leaf worm||Alfalfa|
|Zero||400 gr/fed||Tuta absoluta||Tomatoes|
|Zero||200 gr/fed||Olive leaf worm||Olives|
|zero||200 gr/fed||Fruit worm||Pomegranate|
Manufactured by: Sumitomo Chemical Agro
(Valent BioSciences Corporation USA)