Common names include metomil and mesomile. Trade names include Acinate, Agrinate, DuPont 1179, Flytek, Kipsin, Lannate, Lanox, Memilene, Methavin, Methomex, Nudrin, NuBait, Pillarmate and SD 14999.
Methomyl 20% SL
Methomyl 20% SL. Methomyl was introduced as a broad spectrum insecticide. Methomyl is also used as an acaricide to control ticks and spiders. It is used for foliar treatment of vegetable, fruit and field crops, cotton, commercial ornamentals, and in and around poultry houses and dairies. Methomyl is also used as a fly bait. Methomyl is effective in two ways: (a) as a "contact insecticide," because it kills target insects upon direct contact, and (b) as a "systemic insecticide" because of its capability to cause overall "systemic" poisoning in target insects, after it is absorbed and transported throughout the pests that feed on treated plants.
Mode of action:
Methomyl is a systemic Insecticide and acaricide with contact and stomach action.
Yellow transparent liquid
Methomyl is used to control a wide range of insects and spider mites. Also used for control of flies in animal and poultry houses and dairies.
Methomyl is non-phytotoxic when used as recommended, except to some varieties of apple.