Waylon® is a systemic insecticide that is applied to the soil and contains two active ingredients with different modes of action, Chlorantraniliprol, which belongs to the group of anthranilic diamides and acts by ingestion and contact activating the ryanodine receptor, generating an uncontrolled release of calcium and paralyzing the muscles of insects and Acetampirid which belongs to the group of neonicotinoids and acts in the nervous synapse on the acetylcholine receptor of insects.
Waylon® is a broad spectrum, systemic insecticide controlling key lepidopteran, sucking and chewing insect pests in a range of crops. When applied as a seedling drench prior to transplanting. Waylon is readily taken up by the roots of seedling transplants and is rapidly translocated throughout the plant to provide residual insect control.
Waylon® is applied as a seedling drench and controls insects that feed on plant parts or fluids. It should have minimal impact on beneficial arthropods and therefore its use is compatible with integrated pest management. Waylon® innovates in its mode of action because its two active ingredients act simultaneously in the plague.