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Purpose of product

To use a natural product that has the lowest possible danger to possible poisoning for humans and animal. The active should be natural. Compatible with Nature, soil and the consumer.

The active found has a very long safety record of tried and tested safety towards humans and animals.

It is regarded worldwide as one of the products that is the safest natural product in the Class: Household Pesticides.

Should it be ingested, it quickly metabolizes into the warm-blooded body with little to no harmful consequences.

Test results found that the active’s toxic impact is 4000 times lower for a rat, than it would for a home fly.

In the tests, rats could not be poisoned or show any clinical signs of poisoning, or show any consequences thereof in the liver and or excrement tests.

Product should show very low resistance to the active

The active or kill molecule selected has a very low resistance record in insects due to its short active duration. Moreover, its natural molecular structure is so complex that insects cannot become resistant to the product.

Resistance to the killing agent and active of insecticides is commonly recorded in the Literature. Insecticides are for six-pawed animals (Correct expression is 3 pairs of paws) such as flies, cockroaches, head and pubic lice, ants, gnats, fruit flies and many other pests on plants.

In agriculture, wide resistance was recorded against pest control for ticks, which is again an eight-legged animal. The active must also be successful here.

The product should be used safely for humans and animal, against any domestic pest.

Characteristics of the active

Broad spectrum: The active consists of a group of molecular compounds (known as esters) and has a wide spectrum of killing activity on insects. Most other products only have a single active.

The product has six (6) esters in its natural composition. Every one of these esters has a killing or disruption effect on the target insect. This means that the product can kill or disrupt the insect in 6 different ways.

Esters disrupt the central nervous system of crawling and flying insects, by making their normal nervous system dysfunctional and causing them to fail to reveal its natural behaviour. Like being able to run or fly away. Higher activities also expose the insect to more of the active.

Quick operation:

The product attacks the nervous system of the insect and distorts the normal nervous functions of the insect. It disrupts its normal life functions or kills the insect. It does not have an immediate effect on insect eggs or even larvae, due to its inactivity.

Environmentally safe: The active is broken down by sunlight and ultraviolet rays with no residue.

Fruit and vegetable harvests:

No period limit of withdrawal or interval is required with the compound active. Food can be used immediately.

Although the product has a pleasant smell for humans, it has a relatively rapid killing action. The product has a disgust factor for insects. They don’t like the smell of the product and want to avoid it. It can be safely applied to humans and animal where flies, mosquitoes and other harmful insects are active. It can therefore be used for hunters, field visits, babies, and pets. Insects such as ants are not disgusted by insecticides. It will usually run through the product. They usually take the active to their nest and over time eradicate the entire nest and queen with the movements.

Safe for uses in Schools, Hospitals, Guest Houses, Hotels, Kitchens and Old Age Homes. The active leaves no harmful residue that is unsafe for people.

Reaction at mosquitoes:

In female mosquitoes, the active and smell causes abnormal behavior. Preventing them from following their natural instinct to search and take a blood meal at a host. At higher concentrations of the active, they totality lose their normal behavioral patterns. This also means that they leave their hiding places of safety and may be exposed to high doses of the active.

 Pierre van Niekerk ©

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