Jun. 1, 2015
The ISO Technical Committee on Common Names for Pesticides has provisionally approved seven new active ingredient common names in April 2015, according to the Compendium of Pesticide Common Names (CPCN). Two come from Chinese companies, three from Japanese companies and two from multinationals.
Chloroprallethrin, a pyrethroid insecticide from China. The name “右旋反式氯丙炔菊酯” is used in China.
Cyhalodiamide, a diamide insecticide from Sinochem. Development code ZJ4042. The name “lüfuqingchongxianan” (氯氟氰虫酰胺) is used in China.
Fluazaindolizine, a novel nematicide from E. I. du Pont de Nemours. Development code is DPX-Q8U80.
Fluxametamide, a novel insecticide from Nissan Chemical Industries. Development code is NC-515 and A253.
epsilon-metofluthrin, a single isomer of the pyrethroid insecticide metofluthrin from Sumitomo Chemical Co with development code S-1264
Epsilon-momfluorothrin, a single isomer of the pyrethroid insecticide metofluthrin from Sumitomo Chemical Co. The development code is S-1563.
Pydiflumetofen, a pyrazole fungicide from Syngenta Crop Protection, being developed under code SYN545974.