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Fertilizers and Pesticides is a trailblazer manufacturer and exporter of a wide variety of insecticides. Our scientists have recently defined the different structures of various receptors used for certain insect pests. Our researchers are targeting the chemistry of insects hormones and developing a new class of insecticide that is pest-specific and produces no harmful environmental side-effects.


We are developing and commercializing effective proprietary insecticide and parasiticide products which contain unique fuses of natural active ingredients. Our wide range of insecticide addresses multifariousness of pesticide market opportunities which includes various applications suchas consumer applications, pest control applications, agricultural and horticultural applications, vector ( example – mosquitoes ) control applications etc. To maintain and enhance our growth we are employed with the latest technology and services of farming vendors and community.

It is necessary and essential to balance agricultural needs with environmental and health issues when using insecticides. An “ insecticide” is a pesticide which includes larvicides and ovicides used against the eggs and larvae of insects in all developmental forms. Insecticides fall under variety of classes like Organophosphates, Pyrethroids, Neonicotinoids, Biological insecticides and many more which are used against insects, pests etc. Use of insecticides is one of the major factor behind the increase in agricultural productivity.

Due to the special features of insecticides such as their eco – friendly nature, assurance of quality, economically cost effective, we have a long list of clientele which includes bulk buyers, whole sale buyers, as well as end customers i.e. farmers. Our insecticide range fall under two categories
  • Chemical based insecticides
  • Organic based insecticides
Chemical based insecticides
  • Endosulphan: It is a neurotoxic organochlorine insecticide belonging to cyclodiene family of pesticides that is highly toxic in nature. Extensively used in India and US in the field of agriculture to control insect pests including aphids, leafhoppers, colorado potato beetles, cabbage worms and other pests.

  • Diazinon: It is a nonsystemic organophosphate insecticide which is a colorless to dark brown liquid formerly used to control cockroaches, silverfish, ants and fleas in residential buildings. Among agriculturists diazinon is acknowledged as the most effective insecticide capable of annihilating severe infestations of aphids, mealybugs and other sucking parasites.

  • Dimethoate: It is an organophosphate insecticide widely used to kill insects. Among all other organophosphate insecticides, Dimethoate is an effective one which disables cholinesterase, an enzyme essential for central nervous system function.

  • Fenitrothion: It is a contact insecticide belonging to the organophosphate family of insecticides regarded as cholinesterase inhibitor having low ovicidal properties. Fenitrothion is a residual contact non-systemic and non-persistent spray used for eradicating fly, mosquito,cockroach, household insects and as a vector control agent for malaria confirmed by the World Health Organization.

  • Malathion: It is an organophosphate parasympathomimetic insecticide having low human toxicity. Malathion is widely used for mosquito eradication in various areas such as in agriculture, public diversion areas, residential landscaping and in public health pest control programs.

  • Oxydemeton Methyl: It is an aliphatic organothiophosphate insecticide which is toxic in nature and used to control a number of insects on ornamentals and for variety of field crops grown only for seed purposes.

  • Quinalphos: Quinalphos is an organophosphorus pesticide widely known for its insecticidal and acaricidal properties. It is tremendously used in pest control and apart from its pestilent property. Quinalphos is bedded to stimulate toxic effects in experimented animals and non target species.

  • Carbaryl: Carbaryl is a chemical insecticide also known as Sevin belonging to the carbamate family which is a colorless white crystalline solid. It is thethird-most-utilized insecticide in the India as well as United States used for home gardens, commercial agriculture, forestry and rangeland protection.

  • Methyl parathion: It is a non-systemic pesticide generally applied as a spray for emulsification of concentrate formulation. Methyl parathion is used to control chewing and sucking insects in a wide range of crops, including cereals, fruit, vines, vegetables, ornamentals, cotton and field crops.

  • Cypermethrin: Cypermethrin is a synthetic pyrethroid insecticide which is highly toxic in nature against fish, bees and aquatic insects. It acts as a fast-acting neurotoxin in insects and found in many household ant and cockroach killers including Raid and ant chalk.

  • Deltamethrin: It is a pyrethroid ester insecticide which is one of the most popular insecticide used in the world. Uses of Deltamethrin ranges from agricultural uses to home pest control , helpful in excreting and preventing a wide variety of household pests, especially spiders, fleas, ticks, carpenter ants, carpenter bees, cockroaches and bedbugs.

  • Lambda cyhalothrin: It is a synthetic pyrethroid and acaricide insecticide used to control a wide range of pests and insects in a variety of applications. Lambda cyhalothrin is used for structural pest management and control insects such as cockroaches, mosquitoes, ticks, flies and other disease vectors such as aphids, colorado beetles and butterfly larvae.

  • Acephate: It is an organophosphate foliar insecticide available in soluble powder, pressurized spray and granular formulations. Acephate is non-phytotoxic in nature used for control of a wide range of biting and sucking insects especially aphids and other resistant species in fruits, vegetables (such as potatoes and sugar beets), vine, hop cultivation and in horticulture.

  • Methomyl: It is the carbamate insecticide which has the poisoning action highly effective to eliminate aphids,thrips,citrus leaf miners,cotton bollworms and tobacco insects. Having broad spectrum, low residual, safe in using Methomyl has the ability to kill ova of insects.

  • Acetamiprid: It is a new insecticide which has strong osmotic and systemic action. Acetamiprid has low toxicity to human, cattle, insects, fish, bees and can kill those insects which has resistance to organphosphorus and insecticides.

  • Beta cyfluthrin: It is an contact and stomach poison insecticide which has a rapid effect with long lasting efficacy. Beta cyfluthrin is used in agriculture, horticulture (field and protected crops) and viticulture to eradicate migratory locusts and grasshoppers.

  • Imidacloprid: It is a systematic insecticide responsible for high loss in honey bees therefore it results in a significant drop in honey production. Imidacloprid is taken up by plant roots and disseminate in the plant vascular system where insects consume it by sucking the plant fluids.

  • Indoxacarb: It is a new oxadiazine insecticide which has shown outstanding field insecticidal activity. Indoxacarb and its R-enantimomer are permitted in around 67 food commodities such as Brassica, Cattle, Corn, Cotton, Goat, Hog, Horse and many more.

  • Carbosulfan: It is a broad spectrum carbamate insecticide that acts by suppressing the activity of acetylcholinesterase. Carbosulfan is used to control insects, mites and nematodes by soil, foliar and seed treatment applications, mainly on potatoes, sugar beet, rice, maize and citrus.

  • Ethion: It is an organophosphate pesticide used in a wide variety of food, fiber and ornamental crops including greenhouse crops, lawns and turf to kill aphids, mites, scales, thrips, leafhoppers, maggots and foliar feeding larvae.

  • Fenvalerate: It is an insecticide of moderate mammalian toxicity found in some emulsifiable concentrates, wettable powders, insecticidal fogs, and granules.. Fenvalerate is most commonly used to control insects in food, feed and cotton products and flies and ticks in barns and stables.

  • Thiamethoxam: It is a broad spectrum insecticide used for chewing and sucking insect pests after soil , foliar and seed treatment. Thiamethoxam is a unique receptor site used to control aphids, whitefly, thrips, ricehoppers, ricebugs, mealybugs, white grubs, Colorado potato beetle, flea beetles, wireworms, ground beetles and some lepidopterous species.

  • Dichlorvos: Dichlorvos or DDVP is a highly volatile organophosphate insecticide used as a fumigant to control household, public health, and stored product insects. It isused to treat a variety of parasitic worm infections and is effective in eliminating mushroom flies, aphids, spider mites, caterpillars and thrips.

  • Phosphamidon: It is a noncumulative systemic organophosphorous pesticide having a broad spectrum of activity: Phosphamidon is highly toxic in nature and has a cholinesterase inhibitor used in rapid contact with stomach poison.

  • Dimethoate: It is organophosphate insecticide widely used to kill insects on contact. Like other organophosphates, dimethoate is a anticholinesterase which disables cholinesterase, which is an enzyme essential for central nervous system function.

  • Triazophos: It is an organophosphorus and acaricide insecticide having broad spectrum and high effect usually used to control cutworms, noctuids, plant nematodes, pine moths and Lepidoptera pests in fruit trees and vegetables.
Organic based insecticides