Insecticides: Classification Of Insecticides (on The Basis Of Mode Of Entry)

One of the famous and basic classifications of insecticide is based on mode of entry (it means the way by which insecticide entry into the body of organism which are mostly insects). This classification is given below with detail of each group,
1. Stomach Insecticides
Stomach insecticides are mostly recommended and used against chewing type of insect pests because these insecticides enter into the stomach of the insect through their food.
2. Contact Insecticides

One of the famous and basic classifications of insecticide is based on mode of entry (it means the way by which insecticide entry into the body of organism which are mostly insects). This classification is given below with detail of each group,
1. Stomach Insecticides
Stomach insecticides are mostly recommended and used against chewing type of insect pests because these insecticides enter into the stomach of the insect through their food.
2. Contact Insecticides
These insecticide can be used against any type of insect whether it is chewing type or sucking type because these insecticides enters into the body of the insect through cuticle when it contacts with it.
3. Systemic Insecticides
System insecticides are most of the time recommended against sucking insect pests of different crops. These insecticides are easy to use because these can be apply on any part of the plant and these then absorb by the plant and become a part of plant and moves of all parts of the plant.

When insect feed on these plants it is killed by these insecticides.
4. Translaminar Insecticides
Translaminar insecticides have special characteristic as compared to other insecticides because why these are applied on the leaves of the plants these easily cross the lamina of the leaf and moves to other surface of the leaf and therefore it is mostly recommended against sucking type insect pests of different crops.
5. Fumigant Insecticides
Fumigant insecticides are most of the time used against indoor insects because these enter the body of the insect or target organism through their spiracles or tracheae in gaseous form.


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