EMDOX 50/100 EC

Active Ingredient : Emamectin benzoate: 50 g/l + Indoxacarb: 100 g/l
Category : Insecticide
Registered Uses:
Crop Target Pest Formulation concentration
Cabbage Diamond Back Moth (Plutella xylostella) 1.5 ml / l
Suggested Uses:
Crop Target Pest Formulation concentration
Paddy Yellow stem borer (Scirpophaga incertulas) Brown Plant Hopper (Nilaparvata lugens) 1.5 ml / l
Onion Armyworm (Spodoptera exigua) 1.5 ml / l
Chili Armyworm (Spodoptera litura) 1.5 ml / l
Tomato Fruit borers (Helicoverpa armigera) 1.5 ml / l
Cabbage Cabbage cluster caterpillar (Crocidolomia pavonana) 1.5 ml / l
Product Feature:

A combination of two active ingredients Emamectin benzoate and Indoxacarb., Broad spectrum so that it can be used to control wide range of pests particularly Lepidopteran caterpillars., It has good translaminar action thus also controls the caterpillars present on the lower surface of the leaves., It is quickly absorbed by leaf tissue., Fast action: the pest stops eating after several hours of inhalation of this insecticide, Affected larvae after paralysis will died subsequently in 2-4 days., Safe for beneficial insects., Not phytotoxic if used as directed., Useful in insecticide resistance management programs

Mode of Action:

It is non-systemic insecticide with stomach and contact action, It penetrates leaf tissues (translaminar activity) and forms a reservoir within the leaf., In facts it inhibits muscle contraction causing a continuous flow of chlorine ions in the GABA and H-Glutamate receptor sites., After penetrating in leaf tissue insect feed on these leaf tissues and as a result the insect is paralyzed immediately after ingestion., Affected larvae after paralysis will died subsequently in 2-4 days., Larvae stops feeding within hours of ingesting which preventing subsequent crop damage, Pests die within 2-4 days, Its work by via blocking neuronal sodium channels resulting in paralysis and death of targeted pests., The primary route of entry is through ingestion of treated foliage with some additional absorption through the pest cuticle., Pests exposed to it stop feeding within 0-4 hours. Paralysis and death occur within 4-48 hours.


No specific antidote is known. Treat symptomatically