Mite Force Insecticide
Mite force Insecticide is highly effective in the control of Coleoptera, Diptera, Homoptera, Lepidoptera, and wood-destroying insects in soil and foliage. It is an insecticide and acaricide used to control mites, aphids, grasshoppers, thrips, whiteflies. This product provides the most effective and long-lasting bed bug control, as well as gets rid of other insect pests.
Active Ingredient in Mite Force Insecticide
Abamectin 3g/ L + Acetamiprid 15g / L EC
Used in over 100 crops like maize, millet, sorghum, rice, beans, cowpea, soybean, groundnut, potatoes, sweet potatoes, strawberry, cocoa, coffee, cola, citrus, date, plantain, banana, cotton, sunflower, tobacco, turf, asparagus, vegetables such as pepper, cabbage, tomatoes, onions, okra, etc.
Mode of action of Mite Force Insecticide
Mite Force Insecticide is a systemic contact and stomach Insecticide
There are thousands of species of mites but only a few are noticed by humans. Mites most often live near animals but some like clover mites and dust mites can enter homes. Shop our mite control products and read below to identify the types of mites humans may encounter
Technically, mites are not insects. They are closely related to ticks and spiders and are very small. Most are 1/8 of an inch long or less; some are invisible to the naked eye. They have four basic life stages: egg, larva, nymph, and adult. Most mites are beneficial, as they break down organic matter and make it available for plants to use again. Some feed on plants (which make them pests in gardens) and some feed on animal hosts, but most feed on organic matter. Mites that feed on plants or specific animal hosts will not be able to successfully reproduce on humans; they need their proper hosts to survive.
Most mites eat plants or other insects. You will not often find mites on humans, and mite bites on humans are usually caused by chiggers or scabies-causing mites. Mite Force Insecticide is effective in controlling and providing a long-lasting solution to mite attacks.