Jul. 9, 2020
Recently, the diflubenzuron of Taizhou Bailly Chemical, which is a subsidiary of Suli Co., Ltd, has passed the FAO/WHO expert’s evaluation and certified to FAO/WHO standard, which will play an important role in the quality assurance and international brand building of Suli Co., Ltd.
Suli is always committed to development, registration, production and promotion of high-efficient and low-toxic pesticide products, being one of China’s leading manufacturers of chlorothalonil, azoxystrobin, fluazinam, cymoxanil and diflubenzuron. The company provides its global business partners with high-quality pesticide accompanied by strong technical support for product registrations. At present, the company has four subsidiaries: Jiangyin Suli Chemical, Taizhou Bailly Chemical, Suli Pharmaceutical Jiangyin and Suli (Ningxia) New Material Technology. The company successfully went public on the Shanghai Stock Exchange in 2016.
Diflubenzuron is an efficient and environment-friendly insecticide, which belongs to benzoyl urea and biochemical pesticide. It inhibits the chitin of insect pests, via stomach toxicity, resulting in the death of the insect from abnormal molting. The product has a special effect on the control of the Lepidoptera pest, with little harm to human and livestock. Its effect has little impact on the insect’s natural enemies.
Diflubenzuron is also a sanitation agent recommended by the World Health Organization for the control of insects and rats. The certification of Suli's diflubenzuron to FAO/WHO standards will allow the company to take a piece of the huge global vector control market. Nowadays, the growth of global pesticide market is slowing down and the competition in the international market is becoming fiercer, it is of great significance for pesticide manufacturers to go for a WHO certification and WHO PQ certification (WHO Supplier Precertification).
Moreover, in recent years, the outbreak of Spodoptera frugiperda at home and abroad has caused serious damage to crops. As a recommended pesticide for control of Spodoptera frugiperda, the diflubenzuron.beta cypermethrin mixture is expected to further increase the demand for diflubenzuron in the coming two years.
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