Acephate 50% + Bifenthrin 10% WDG

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Acephate 50% and Bifenthrin 10% is a wettable graules containing Acephate 50% a.i. and Bifenthrin 10% a.i. in the
formulation. It is used for control of Leaf hopper, Aphid, Thrips & Bollworms on Cotton crop. * Caution :- It is toxic to
honey bees, spray application should be avoided during the foraging period of bees

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The required quantity of ready mix formulation Acephate + Bifenthrin was diluted in water and sprayed by using hands
operated knapsack sprayer @800g/ha.

1. Avoid inhalation and contact with skin and eyes. 2. Keep away from children, foodstuffs, animals feed, heat and
flame. Store in a cool and dry place under lock and key. 3. Do not mix the insecticides with bare hands. 4. Do not eat,
drink, smoke or chew tobacco while spray. 5. Spray the insecticides only in the direction of wind blowing and not
against it so as to prevent the setting of the drift on body. 6. The user should use full protective clothing with rubber
gloves, boots. Face should be covered with face shield or dust mask and body should be covered with an overall
rubber apron and hood or hat. 7. Do not use as an ultra low volume spray.

Headache, giddiness, vertigo, nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, diarrhea, convulsions, excessive sweating, lacrimation, and salivation may occur. Rashes numbing, burning, or tingling.

1. The packages containing the insecticides shall be stored in separate rooms or premises away from rooms or premises used for storing the other articles or shall be kept in separate almirahs under lock and key depending upon the quantity and nature of the insecticide. 2. The rooms or the premises meant for storing the insecticides shall be well-built, well-lit, well-ventilated, and have sufficient dimensions to avoid contamination with vapors.

1. Atropinize the patient immediately and maintain full atropinization by repeated doses of 2 to 4 mg. of atropine sulphate intravenously at 5 to 10 minutes interval. As much as 25 to 50 mg. of atropine may be required in a
day. The need for further atropine administration is guided by the continuance of symptoms. Extent of salivation is a
useful criterion for dose adjustment. 2. Dissolve 1-2 gm of 2 PAM in 10 ml distilled water and inject intravenously very
slowly for 10-15 minute.