A biological compound prepared in the form of water-dispersible granules to combat the larvae of Lepidoptera insects
How does DiPel work?
When the larvae feed on the leaves treated with Dibel, they stop feeding within 1-2 hours, as Dibel acts as an intestinal poison causing paralysis in the internal organs of the larvae. The death of the young ages is noted on the first day after feeding, while the large ages change color to black and die, dry and fall due to air and wind. In all uses of Daybel, spraying is carried out on young larvae ages, especially the first and second age at most, and it is preferable to spray after the sun has broken.
The most important features of the bio-complex DiPel:
The effectiveness of DiPel lasts from 5-14 days, depending on the temperature. It contains five different toxins.
This makes it difficult for the target insects to acquire immunity to the compound. Unlike other compounds that contain only one toxin. It preserves the natural enemies such as the Abu Eid bug, the agouza needle, the praying mantis and the manna lion and does not affect their reproduction in the fields, which increases the effectiveness of the DiPel.
DiPel is packed under less than 1% moisture, which ensures that the compound continues to be effective and efficient for up to two years in its original packaging. Store away from the heat of the sun