Bayer’s tetraniliprole soon to be registered in China

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14 September 2020, China: According to the listing of to-be-registered pesticides released by the Institute for the Control of Agrochemicals, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Bayer has 2 registration certificates of tetraniliprole which would soon be approved.

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The 2 registrations are 90% tetraniliprole TC and 200 g/L tetraniliprole SC, respectively. Of this, the latter is registered for the prevention and control of cabbage beet armyworm. 

Tetraniliprole is a new insecticide developed by Bayer Cropscience in 2014. It has high efficacy on the lepidoptera pests, beetles, and sucking-type pests of fruit trees and vegetables. To date, tetraniliprole, with Vayego as a commodity name, has been registered in countries such as Canada, Australia, South Korea, and New Zealand.

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