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Best Agrolife gets license for manufacturing DIRON insecticide in India

With quick action through contact and ingestion, it results in robust pest control management. This product is an import substitute to a similar Japanese insecticides

Best Agrolife gets license for manufacturing DIRON insecticide in India

Best Agrolife, a leading global player in agrochemicals sector and one of India’s leading manufacturers of farm inputs is first in India to have granted license for manufacturing ‘DIRON’ (DINOTEFURAN 20% SG), a super systematic insecticide with quick uptake and knock-down, that controls a broad spectrum of previous and invasive pests. With two formulations, it is super flexible when it comes to application. With quick action through contact and ingestion, it results in robust pest control management. This product is an import substitute to a similar Japanese insecticides.

The features of this product include unique and new molecular formulation with systematic action, broad spectrum insecticide, for rice – brown plant hopper and cotton among others, Highly effective against resistant insect pests, long residual action providing longer protection thereby reducing number of sprays, and environment friendly, the company has claimed.
 
Highlighting the new launch, Vimal Kumar, Director, Best Agrolife said, “We’re focused to deliver research based customised agrochemical and biological tools for sustained productivity and the company strives to provide one-stop industrial solutions through quality and qualified professionals. “Our company revenue for the current financial gear would increase by Rs 100 crore only with the help of this product,” he added.
 
Best Agrolife’s product portfolio comprises of more than 60 active ingredients and various formulations of pesticides and plant micro-nutrients for protecting and nourishing a wide range of crops. Its product range includes insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, plant growth regulators among other agrochemicals. It sells under the brand name “Best”.




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