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Fenpropathrin Rapid Test For Agricultural Products

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For Agricultural Products

Specs:10 T / box
Testing Time:15 mins
Worldwide shipping, free sample
Introduction
The Fenpropathrin Rapid Test For Agricultural Products For Agricultural Products is based on the Colloidal Gold Immunochromatography to detect the Fenpropathrin residues in agricultural products. This kit can be applied for on-site or lab rapid testing by various departments.

Performance Information
LOD: 1.0 mg/kg

Components
Test Kit
10 pcs
Pipette
10 pcs
Buffer Solution
1 bottle
PE Groves
1 packet
Product Instruction
1
Storage & shelf-life
At 4~30℃, out of sun light & moisture, 18months

Preprocessing procedure
Refer to the instruction

Test procedure
1. Prepare the buffer solution follow the product instruction.
2. Take 2g samples (tubers--4g, Strip shaped—2g), cut cabbage into pieces about 1 cm. Take the cross-section or epidermis of the tubers into the sample cup, add 10ml of buffer solution. Shake for 1 ~ 2mins, pour out the extract solution, and stand for 2mins as test sample. If the extract is turbid or too many impurities, it can be measured after filtering.
3. Prepare the test card and the sample stand for room temperature and use the test card within 1h if unsealed.
4. Take out and place the test card on the flat desk. Pipette 2-3drops of sample, (about 60-80µl), into the sample well (no bubble).
5. Reacting for 3-5mins, then read the result. Result after 30mins is invalid.

Interpretation of results
Negative: line T is same or stronger than line C
Positive: line T lighter than C appear or line T not appear
Invalid: line C does not appear 

Results illustration
Negative:
Positive:
Invalid:
Precautions
Refer to the instruction

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Trivia questions : What is fenpropathrin?

About fenpropathrin

Fenpropathrin label

Fenpropathrin is a pyrethroid insecticide and acaricide. It is moderately toxic. It has contact, stomach toxicity and certain repellent effects. It has no systemic or fumigation effects. Its chemical name is α-cyano-3-phenoxybenzyl-2,2,3,3-tetramethylcyclopropanoate, and it was named Fenpropathrin after it was approved by the British Standards Association in 1978. Due to the nervous system of insects, the insects are overexcited, paralyzed and die. The pesticide has a wide insecticidal spectrum, a fast knock-down effect, and a long holding period. Its biggest feature is that it has a good control effect on many kinds of pests and spider mites at the same time.

Fenpropathrin mode of action

Fenpropathrin is a pyrethroid insecticide and acaricide. It is moderately toxic. It has contact, stomach toxicity and certain repellent effects. It has no systemic or fumigation effects. It is a nerve agent that acts on the nervous system of insects, causing them to over-excitate, paralyze and die. The pesticide has a wide insecticidal spectrum, a fast knock-down effect, and a long holding period. Its biggest feature is that it has a good control effect on many kinds of pests and spider mites at the same time.

Fenpropathrin trade names

Fenpropathrin (trade name Danitol, Meothrin) or fenopropathrin is a pyrethroid insecticide widely used in agriculture and households.

Fenpropathrin uses

Fenpropathrin is widely used in crops. It is often used in apple, citrus, litchi, peach, chestnut and other fruit trees and cotton, tea trees, cruciferous vegetables, fruits and vegetables, flowers and other plants. It is mainly used to control spider mites. Species, chigger mites, Pieris rapae, diamondback moth, beet armyworm, cotton bollworm, red bollworm, tea ruler, green leafhopper, leaf miner, heartworm, curling moth, aphid, whitefly, thrips and blind and many other pests and mites. It is widely used in pest control of various fruit trees, cotton, vegetables, tea and other crops.

Fenpropathrin products

Fenpropathrin pesticide

Note that different types of pesticides, such as organophosphorus and organochlorine, are used alternately or mixed to prevent drug resistance. It has higher efficacy and longer duration under low temperature conditions, and is especially suitable for use in early spring, autumn and winter. Cotton is harvested at a safe interval of 21 days, and apples are 14 days. The medicine is highly toxic to fish, silkworms, and bees, and avoids the application of medicines and liquids in mulberry gardens and bee-keeping areas to flow into river ponds.

Fenpropathrin insecticide

Fenpropathrin, the original drug is a brown-yellow liquid, almost insoluble in water, soluble in many organic solvents, and can be mixed with most pesticides except alkaline substances. It is a broad-spectrum pyrethroid insecticide. It has strong contact and killing effects, as well as toxic and repellent effects on the stomach, without systemic and fumigation effects. It can control a variety of pests of chewing and sucking mouthparts, and has a good control effect on a variety of spider mites. The drug holding period is about half a month, and it is moderately toxic to humans and animals. A common dosage form is 20% emulsifiable concentrate.

Fenpropathrin toxicity

Studies have shown that the average daily life-long exposure level of fenpropathrin to the population is 0.036 μg / (kg · d). The average daily exposure level of pyrethroid pesticides to children is almost twice that of adults.

Fenpropathrin poisoning

Can enter the body from the respiratory tract, digestive tract, skin. Metabolic transformation in the body is very fast, mainly under the action of liver esterase and mixed function oxidase, after hydrolysis and oxidation, its metabolites are combined with glucuronic acid, sulfuric acid, glutamic acid, etc., and become water-soluble products excreted with urine.

Fenpropathrin poisoning symptoms

It is a nerve agent. The skin at the contact site feels tingling, and the skin is red, hot, itchy, and tingling, and there are severe rashes, blisters, erosions, but no erythema, especially around the mouth and nose. Large exposure can also cause headaches, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, trembling hands, severe convulsions or convulsions, coma, shock. After the eyes were invaded by pesticides, it showed conjunctival congestion, pain, fear of light, tears, and eyelid swelling.
(1) Mild poisoning. Mild symptoms of oral poisoning are headache, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, upper abdominal burning sensation, fatigue, palpitations, loss of appetite, chest tightness, blurred vision, facial numbness, or antagonism.
(2) Moderate poisoning. In addition to the above symptoms, moderate poisoning symptoms are manifested as dizziness or irritability, salivation, and often feel the muscles of the chest or limbs beating.
(3) Severe poisoning. Severe poisoning of the limbs, convulsions of the limbs, loss of consciousness; pulmonary edema; deep coma, incontinence, shock or respiratory failure; scattered purpura on the skin. In severe cases, a deep coma or shock may occur. In severe cases, recurrent tonic convulsions may cause spasms in the throat and suffocate to death.

Fenpropathrin poisoning treatment

(1) Respiratory system protection: When the concentration in the air exceeds the standard, you must wear a self-absorption filtering gas mask (half-mask). Wear an air respirator for emergencies or evacuation.
(2) Eye protection: When the concentration in the air is high, wear chemical safety protective glasses.
(3) Physical protection: penetrate gas-type gas-proof clothing and wear chemical-resistant gloves.
(4) Others: Smoking, eating and drinking are prohibited at the work site. After work, take a shower and change clothes. Maintain good hygiene.

Fenpropathrin poisoning antidote

Remove contaminated clothing in time, thoroughly wash hair, skin, and nails with soap and water to prevent secondary infections. Toxins that enter the gastrointestinal tract should be lavaged with warm water and sodium bicarbonate solution as soon as possible. Specially effective antidote, in the early stage can be actively given fluid replacement, diuretic, enema to promote drug excretion, and corrective symptomatic treatment such as electrolytes, liver protection, stomach protection; if possible, consider blood perfusion adsorption poison treatment.

Summary

Fenpropathrin is a nerve agent. The skin at the contact site feels tingling, and the skin is red, hot, itchy, and tingling, and there are severe rashes, blisters, erosions, but no erythema, especially around the mouth and nose. Large exposure can also cause headaches, dizziness, nausea and vomiting, trembling hands, severe convulsions or convulsions, coma, shock. It poses a huge threat to human health.
The Fenpropathrin Rapid Test For Agricultural Products kit provided by BALLYA can effectively detect whether Fenpropathrin residues are contained in agricultural products. This kit is not only simple to operate, but also has a short test time and high accuracy, and the test results comply with EU standards. Can effectively ensure the safety of agricultural products.
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