1. What is fipronil?
Fipronil is a broad use insecticide that belongs to the phenylpyrazole chemical family.
Fipronil is used to control ants, beetles, cockroaches,fleas, ticks, termites, mole crickets, thrips, rootworms, weevils, and other insects. Fipronil is a white powder with a moldy odor. Fipronil was first registered for use in the United States in 1996.
2. How does fipronil work as cockroaches and termites killer?
Fipronil kills insects when they eat it or come in contact with it. Fipronil works by disrupting the normal function of the central nervous system in insects. Fipronil is more toxic to insects than people and pets because it is more likely to bind to insect nerve endings.
3. Can fipronil affect birds, fish, or other wildlife?
Tests were done to find out if fipronil is toxic to fish and creatures in the water without backbones (invertebrates), such as shrimp and water fleas.
Scientists found that fipronil is highly toxic to sea and freshwater fish, and highly toxic to sea and freshwater invertebrates. Two fipronil metabolites were also tested in freshwater fish and invertebrates and were more toxic than fipronil.
In other studies, fipronil was found to be highly toxic to some birds, but practically non-toxic to ducks. Fipronil was also found to be highly toxic to honey bees, but not toxic to earthworms.
4. What is the usage method of Fipronil 80%WDG?
Fipronil 80%wdg is soluble in water. So the usage method is very easy.
A. 4800 times Fipronil will be diluted with water.
B. Then mix the product with food. Fully residing in the walls, ground, kitchen back and other cockroaches haunt or hidden place.
C. The cockroaches or termites will die after eating the product.
Written by Sue Su, firstname.lastname@example.org