Acephate is an organophosphate foliar insecticide of moderate persistence with residual systemic activity of about 10–15 days at the recommended use rate
Acetamiprid exhibits a systemic translaminar action. It has a novel mechanism of action on the insect nervous systems by acting as an agonist to nAch. It also exhibits triple action: ovicidal, adulticidal and larvicidal.
Central Insecticides Board authenticated recommendation for the control of Aphids, Jassids & Whiteflies in cotton crop at a dose of 50 - 100 g of formulation per hectare
Phorate, generically, a powerful pesticide effective against insects, mites, and nematodes. It is a systemic insecticide that acts by inhibiting cholinesterases, enzymes involved in transmitting nerve impulses.
Diafenthiuron is a pro-insecticide, which has first to be converted to its active form. The active compound then acts on a specific part of the energy-producing enzymes in the mitochondria.
This results in immediate paralysis of the pest after intake or contact with the product.