What is lambda-cyhalothrin?
Lambda-cyhalothrin is an insecticide registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 1988 .
Lambda-cyhalothrin belongs to a group of chemicals called pyrethroids. Pyrethroids are manmade chemicals that are similar to the natural insecticides pyrethrins. Scientists developed pyrethroid insecticides to have properties better than those of the pyrethrins which are short lasting.
Lambda-cyhalothrin is similar to the pyrethroid cyhalothrin.
Lambda-cyhalothrin products come in various forms including powders, pellets, liquids, small capsules, and ear tags containing the chemical
How does lambda-cyhalothrin work?
Pyrethroids, including lambda-cyhalothrin, disrupt the normal functioning of the nervous system in an organism By disrupting the nervous system of insects, lambda-cyhalothrin may cause paralysis or death. Temperature influences insect paralysis and the toxicity of lambda-cyhalothrin.
Lambda-cyhalothrin affects a variety of indoor and outdoor insects when they eat or touch the chemical Lambda-cyhalothrin has properties that may repel insects
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Lambda-cyhalothrin is an insecticide registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 1988 found in product such as Demand CS, Cyzmic CS, and Cyonara.
Highly effective inseciticdes, that control a wide variety of pest, including bed bugs,roaches, spiders, and ticks.
Demand CS, For use as a general surface, crack and crevice, or spot treatment
in, on, and around buildings and structures and their immediate
surroundings, and on modes of transport.
areas of use include, but are not limited to, aircraft (cargo and
other non-cabin areas only), apartment buildings, boiler rooms,
buses, closets, correctional facilities, decks, entries, factories,
fencing, floor drains (that lead to sewers), food granaries, food
grain mills, food manufacturing, processing and serving establishments;
furniture, garages, garbage rooms, greenhouses
(non-commercial), hospitals, hotels and motels, houses, industrial
buildings, laboratories, livestock/poultry housing, landscape
vegetation, locker rooms, machine rooms, mausoleums, mobile
homes, mop closets, mulch, nursing homes, offices, patios, pet
kennels, porches, railcars, restaurants, storage rooms, schools,
sewers (dry), stores, trailers, trees, trucks, utility passages, vessels,
vestibules, warehouses, wineries and yards.
For indoor applications, retreat at 21 day intervals or as necessary
to maintain control.
Demand CS Insecticide is intended for dilution with water for application
using hand-held or power-operated application equipment
as a coarse spray for crack and crevice or spot and general
Application equipment that delivers low
volume treatments, such as the Micro-InjectorŽ or ActisolŽ applicator,
may also be used to make crack and crevice or spot and
general surface treatments.
Fill applicator tank with the desired
volume of water and add Demand CS Insecticide.
shake before use in order to ensure proper mixing.
reagitate applicator tank before use if application is interrupted.
Mix only amount of treatment volume as required.
surface treatment of Demand CS Insecticide may be applied
by using a paintbrush or other porous applicator attached to a