Oxamyl

Photograph of Oxamyl under the microscope

Oxamyl is a broad-spectrum pesticide that demonstrates insecticide activity against a broad spectrum of insects, acaricide activity against mites and ticks, and nematicide activity against roundworms. The chemical exerts it's activity both as a systemic and a contact insecticide in a manner that is modulated by application, either directly on plants or on the soil surface. Oxamyl is used to control pests in many field crops, vegetables, fruits, and ornamental plants.

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