ACTIVE INGREDIENTS FOR BIO-PESTICIDES

Active ingredients were natural extracted from many plants, they effect a variety of mechanism on pests. Some of these chemicals discourage feeding by insects and other herbivores. Others provide protection or even immunity from diseases caused by some pathogens. Still others help plants compete for resources by discouraging competition among different plant species.(BPIA, Plant Extracts)

In the following table, we collect the biopesticide application by mechanisms from China research database.

Table 1. Application of active ingredients for biopesticides © Foreverest

Synergists Contact Insecticides Fumigants Deterrents Insect Growth Regulators Confusants Repellents Feeding Deterrent Antibacterial Agents
1,8-Cineole
α-Pinene  √  √  √  √  √  √
α-Terpineol  √  √  √  √
α-Longipinene  √  √
β-Pinene  √  √  √
β-Phellandrene  √
γ-Terpinene  √
δ-Carene  √
ρ-Cymene
Camphene
Carvacrol
Citronella Oil
D-Limonene
Isolongifolanone
Isolongifolenone
Limonene
Linalool * *
Longifolene
Methyl Salicylate
Myrcene
Ocimene
Terpinen-4-ol
Terpinolene
Terpinyl Acetate
*Linalool effects as confusant on low purity and effects as repellent on high purit
Plant Extracted active ingredients for biopesticides

BASIC RESEARCH IN CHINA

We only collect the issues of biopesticides around the substances we can supply. China was rich in natural plants and there have a huge development in business chances. If you would like make OEM orders, click here to contact with us. Our supply chain will offer you the plant extracts solution for biopesticides.

Synergists
Screening for Aphidicidal Substances from Several Plant Extracts and Synergistic Studay Fan Pengfei 2011
Research and Development of Synergists of Mosquito Coil from Plant Yang Xiaowei 2009
Synthesis and Bioactivity of Phosphoramidothionate from α-Pinene Derivatives Liang Hongyan 2007
Contact Insecticides & Fumigants & Feeding Deterrent
Controlling Effects of α-Pinene against Tribolium Confusum Adults Lv Jianhua 2010
Synthesis and Insecticidal Activity of Derivatives of Terpinene-4-ol’s Analogues Li Zhongyu 2009
Screening of Aphid Antifeedant from Terpenoid Compouds Han Zhaojiu 2009
Study on Insecticidal Target of Terpinen-ol Analogues Guo Zhibo 2008
Isolation, Identification and Insecticidal Activities of Six Terpenodis in Sabina vulgaris Yan Haiyan 2006
Toxicity Test of Synthetic β-Phellandrene on Several Stored Grain Insects Xiong Jainmei 2000
Insect Growth Regulators
Bioactivities and Insecticidal Mechanism of Four Kinds of Terpene Monomers Against Zophobas morio Tian Yunong 2013
Responses of Coleophora obducta (Meyrick) to Host Plant Volatiles and Ultrastructures on Antennal Sensilla Yang Hui 2008
Confusants & Repellents
Monoterpene Volatiles Affecting Host Selection Behavior of Dendrolimus superans and the Activities of Defense Protein in Larch Needles Lin Jian 2014
Larix gmelinii Monoterpene Valatiles from Slow-release Micro-capsules Affecting Host Selection Behavior of Dendrolimus superans Lin Jian 2014
Repellent and Insecticidal Activities of the Essential Oils from Leaves of Eucalyptus Against Mosquitoes Zhou Xianchuang 2011
Electroantennogram and Behavioral Responses of Pissodes nitidus to Terpene Volatiles of Pinus koraiensis Wang Qi 2010
Study on the Rapid Induced Resistance and Chemical Signals from Pinus massoniana Ren Qin 2006