What is Indoxacarb?

Indoxacarb was produced by DuPont( now Syngenta). It is designated by EPA as a "reduced-risk" pesticide. As an oxadizine pesticide, it blocks insect neuronal sodium channels. The results are impaired nerve function, paralysis, and death. Indoxacarb is of the Oxadizine class, with it's unique mode of killing insects.

Indoxacarb  Kills Entire Generations

In independent studies, indoxacarb has been studied on the German Roach. The active ingredient, indoxacarb has three-generation horizontal transfer kill capabilities in german roach populations.

First transfer is from dying adults to nymphs(youngest stage), as they eat their excrements. In the third stage of the transfer, the adult male roaches eat the dead nymphs.

Indoxacarb is the main ingredient in the Syngenta's Advion line of household insect baits, targeting roaches and ants.


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