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  • Cartap is a thiocarbamate insecticide with the chemical formula C7H16ClN3O2S2.
  • Cartap hydrochloride and Azadirachtin are effective larvicides.
  • The intercropped cabbage was successfully raised during the rainy season without insecticidal application, however two sprays with 0.05% cartap hydrochloride were necessary to control diamondback moth during winter.
  • Pesticide Cartap has been characterized as high-effectiveness, low-toxicity and low-residue. It's highly effective in preventing and
    eliminating pests of Lepidoptera and Elytrum. It can be applied for preventing and eliminating Snout Moth's larva series, cabbage caterpillar in rice field, sugarcane field. It can be mix formulated with other pesticides.
  • Controlled release formulations of insecticide cartap hydrochloride were prepared using commercially available polyvinyl chloride
    (emulsion and suspension), carboxy methyl cellulose and carboxy methyl cellulose with clay (bentonite, kaolinite and Fullersí earth).
  • These released cartap hydrochloride beyond 45 days as compared to 14 days from its commercial 4G. sodium carboxy Methyl Zellulose-Kaolinite-based formulation provided a superior control (3.33%) of rice leaf folder in field grown rice (Oryza sativa L.) at half the dose (375 g a i/ha) in comparison to cartap hydrochloride 4 G (5.44%) at 72 days after treatment.
  • The discriminating dose technique by vial assay is used to routinely monitor resistance in cabbage and cauliflower growing areas using Cartap hydrochloride.
  • It has been reported that synthetic pyrethroids were failed to control DBM, cartap hydrochloride, a tertiary amine, was widely used by the cultivators to suppress DBM populations since 1987.
  • The toxicity towards Bombus terrestris (L.) of the insecticide cartap hydrochloride was tested in the laboratory.
  • One spray of Cartap hydrochloride 50 WP @ 300 g a.i. / ha at 60 DAT subject to pest damage (ETL).
  • It has been reported that Development of cartap hydrochloride tolerant strain of Trichogramma chilonis was conducted in Biocontrol Laboratory, G. B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar.
General Information & Process
  • Cartap Hydrochloride
  • Description of Cartap Hydrochloride
  • Cartap Hydrochloride Product Information
  • Chemical and Photochemical transformation of the insecticide Cartap Hydrochloride  into nereistoxin

Company Profiles

  • Company from China
  • Company from Delhi
  • Company from Gujarat
  • Company from India
  • Company from Mumbai
  • Company from Punjab


  • Consultant from Delhi
  • Consultant from India
  • Consultant from Malaysia
  • Consultant from Washimgton


  • Development and Adoption of Integrated Pest Management for Major Pests of Cabbage Using
    Indian Mustard as a Trap Crop
  • Field appraisal of controlled release formulations of cartap hydrochloride againstrice leaf folder (Cnaphalocrocis medinalis)
  • Larvicidal effect of Cartap Hydrochloride and Azadirachtin against lepidopteran pests infesting cole crops in HP
  • Effect of the insecticides Cartap Hydrochloride on soil microflora
  • Effects of Pesticide use in Rice Fields on Birds
  • Optimum timing of insecticide applications against diamondback moth Plutella xylostella
    in cole crops using threshold catches
    in sex pheromone traps
  • Absorption and translocation of 2- dimethylaminotri-methylene s,s'-bis(thiocarbamate) (cartap) in rice plant


  • Insecticide resistance in diamondback moth (DBM), Plutella xylostella (L.): status and prospects for its management in India
  • Pesticide Evaluation Review and Safe UseAction Plan (PERSUAP) for the IPM CRSPSoutheast Asia Program
  • Relative toxicity of some insecticides and azadirachtin against four crop infesting aphid species
Indian Plant
  • Pilot Plant from Delhi
  • Plant from Kolkata
  • Plant from Delhi

Material Safety Data Sheet

  • Cartap
  • Cartap 500 SP
  • Cartap Hydrochloride 4% Granule
  • Safety data for cartap hydrochloride
  • Suntap 500 SP


  • Cartap hydrochloride 50% SP
  • Boregan G
  • Boregan SP
  • Cartap 500 SP
  • Cartap ES

Raw Materials

  • Ammonia
  • Aqueous Solutions
  • Hydrochloric Acid
  • Methanol
  • Phosgene
  • Sodium thiocyanate


  • Agricultural microcapsule and production thereof
  • Fungicidal composition and use of this composition for controlling plant diseases
  • Method of producing microcapsules and resulting product
  • Pest control compositions and methods
  • Pesticide and/or plant growth compositions

Project & Report

  • Integrated Pest Management (Special) - Rice Research
  • Annual Report on Pesticide Residue Monitoring Plan
  • Resistant Pest Management Newsletter
  • Laboratory assessment of pesticide toxicity to bumblebees


  • Cartap Hydrochloride Suppliers
  • Cartap Hydrochloride Exporters
  • Cartap Hydrochloride Manufacturer & Suppliers
  • Cartap hydrochloride Selling leads
  • List of Cartap Hydrochloride Suppliers


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