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Phoenix  is a new class of insecticide that has no cross resistance to any other insecticide.


  • Unique Mode of Action
  • Direct contact
  • Stomach action via ingestion
  • Translaminar activity

Target Pests

Diamondback  Moth, Cabbage Loopers, Cabbage Budworm, Tomato Pinworms, Tomato Fruitworms, Melon worms, Armyworms, Fruitworms, Corn Earworm, Armyworm, Cutworms, Pink Bollworm, Peas Pod Borer

How Protect Works

Phoenix displays excellent larvicidal activity when orally ingested and results in rapid cessation of feeding 3 hours after.

Phoenix disrupts the Calcium balance in cells, resulting in the loss of muscle control, leading to death within 1-2 days —> the affected insects shrink and appear smaller due to muscular  contraction.

Recommended Crops

Cabbage, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Tomatoes, Sweet Peppers, Pumpkin, Cantaloupe, Watermelon, Cucumber, Corn, Onion, Irish Potato, Sweet Potato, Peas, Okra, Cotton, Turf

Application Rate

Preventatively from seedling  stage as a foliar spray at 2.5 g/3.8 L (1/2 – 1 tsp/gal) water every 14 – 21 days.


Under heavy infestation: apply foliarly at 5 g/3.8 L (1 tsp/gal) for 1 application & thereafter 2.5 g/3.8 L (1/2 tsp/gal) every 14 – 21 days.

Re-Entry Interval (REI)

12 hrs

Pre-Harvest Interval (PHI)

1 Day

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Super Kuroda

Days to Maturity

Average Fruit Weight
150 – 175 g (5.29 – 6.17 oz)

Fruit Shape

Orange colour, an early vigorous, high yielder with uniform long cylindrical roots. Roots are smooth, deep orange with a very small self coloured core. Flesh is very sweet, crisp and endowed with good storage and transport qualities.

Seed Count
40,000 & 800,000


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