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List of neonicotinoids and their trade names


Here you can find a list of neonicotinoids and their trade names (brand name). Please note that not all the brand names are listed and the availability of any chemical and its brands may change through time.

Neonicotinoids List


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4 Responses to List of neonicotinoids and their trade names

  1. Murray May 4, 2014 at 5:49 pm #

    I love bees and want them back. My shrubs use to have 100′s of bees in them and the last few years it is down to 10 or less. I love hearing their buzzing and I get quite close to them to watch them work.
    I try and tolerate all insects and animals. Wasps and the like I just keep my distance. I like seeing snakes in the garden. I never use any chemicals to kill and natural stuff sometimes to detoure them.

  2. Darini Nicholas February 16, 2015 at 12:03 pm #

    I support a US ban of neonicotinoids in pesticides as they have done in the EU.

  3. Bill smith October 15, 2015 at 1:13 pm #

    When the bees are all dead so will be the humans. We rely on them as pollinators.

  4. Doug Anderson November 5, 2015 at 1:13 pm #

    Are any of these commonly used to control Mosquitos? The reason I as is that a neighbor behind me spay their yard twice a year. Since they moved in and began spraying, our bee population went from hundreds to zero. I know that bee populations have been dwindling for years but in just two years, all our bees are gone. My wife and I are avid gardeners both ornamental and vegetable. We are totally organic.

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