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  • Diflubenzuron is an insecticide of the benzamide class.
  • Diflubenzuron is a direct-acting insecticide normally applied directly to plants or water.
  • Diflubenzuron is considered to be of very low acute toxicity.


  • The mechanism of action of diflubenzuron involves inhibiting the production of chitin which is used by an insect to build its exoskeleton.
  • Diflubenzuron (DFB) can be determined in wheat and barley grain, forage, hay, straw, wheat middlings, shorts, aspirated grain, flour, bran and germ.
  • The following standard was utilized for analysis method of Diflubenzuron throughout the study: Compound: Diflubenzuron , Purity: 99.4% , Molecular Weight: 311 g/mol


  • Diflubenzuron is used for vector control in potable water, this will involve considerably less than lifetime exposure.
  • Diflubenzuron is an insect growth regulator labeled for application to pastures and rangeland to suppress grasshopper (Orthoptera: Acrididae) populations.
  • Dichlorvos EC and Diflubenzuron formulations (WP and granule) brought about 100% inhibition of adult emergence under laboratory conditions.


  • In the UK, sheep were treated with diflubenzuron by pour-on application. There is no label in the UK, therefore the trial was evaluated against the Australian label.
  • In September 1994, Nimocks began to research insect growth regulators and the pesticide development and registration process in the libraries of North Carolina State University. He learned that diflubenzuron had been invented in 1972 and was registered commercially in the U.S. three years later.
  • Products using diflubenzuron as the active ingredient were registered to protect timber, cattle, citrus, soybeans and greenhouse plants from pests. Nimocks also learned that diflubenzuron had shown promise as a termite bait in research performed in Germany

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