(Thiamethoxam 25% WG)

Thiamethoxam 25% WG
Pack Size : 1 kg / 500 gm / 250 gm/100 gm/ 5 gm Pouch
Class : insecticides
Directions of Use : Measure out required amount of product and mix it well with a small quantity of Water. Add the remaining quantity of Water with thorough agitation for total coverage of crop with suitable Sprayer.
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Crop Pests CIB DOSE / Ha Water volume litre/ha
Rice (Paddy) Stem borer, Gall midge, Leaf folder, WBPH, BPH, GLH, Thrips, Whorl Maggot 100 gm 500-750
Cotton Jassid,  Aphids 100 gm 500-750
White flies 200 gm 500-750
Mango Hoppers 100 gm 1000
Wheat Aphid 50 gm 500
Mustard Aphid 50-100 gm 500-1000
Tomato White flies
(Soil Drenching)
400 gm 500
Brinjal White Flies, Jassids 200 gm 500
Potato Aphids
(Foliar Application)
100 gm 500
(Soil Drench)
200 gm 400-500
Okra Jassids, Aphids, Whiteflies, Thrips 100 gm 500-1000
Tea Mosquito bug 100 gm 400-500
Citrus Psylla 100 gm 1000
Cumin Aphids 100 gm 500


  • JONGA is a broad-spectrum insecticide
  • JONGA is a systemic insecticide with contact and stomach action
  • It belongs to neonicotinoids class of insecticides
  • It is a novel insecticide for controlling various sucking insect pest in many crops
  • It is very good insecticide for various sucking pests which have developed resistance to other conventional insecticides
  • It has good translaminar action
  • Due to translaminar and systemic action it is easily absorbed and translocated in whole plant therefore effectively control the hiding insects
  • It has quick and long duration control.
  • It has a good rain fastness property
  • Rapidly taken up into the plants and has acropetal movement through the xylem
  • It is almost compatible with other insecticides
  • It leaves no residue which mean target specific and is environmentally highly acceptable
  • Comparatively safer to the beneficial insects
  • Suitable for Integrated Pest Management
  • It also prevents the spread of diseases like leaf curl in Cotton by controlling insect vectors of diseases


  • Jonga belongs to the neonicotinoid group of insecticide and it acts on the central nervous system of insects
  • Immediately after coming to the contact/intaking the JONGA insect stops feeding
  • Affected sucking insects do not penetrate the plant tissue again
  • It interferes with postsynaptic nicotinic acetyl choline receptors site of the insect nervous system
  • Due to irreversible blockage of postsynaptic nAChRs leads to the hyperexcitation of the nerves
  • Hyperexcitation followed by convulsions and eventual paralysis of the insects. This results the death of insects


  • JONGA is used for foliar spray as well as soil drench
  • Apply first spray during at initial pest appearance and repeat 2-3 sprays at 10-15 days interval depending on the level of pest intensity
  • Soil drench: Apply root zone before appearance of pest as soil drench, once during the crop season
  • It is advisable to alternate with other group of insecticides to avoid resistance problem in long run


  • Do not spray during Foggy climate
  • Wear safety equipment’s such as gloves, aprons, masks, etc.
  • Choose the correct nozzle for spray
  • Spray in the direction of wind
  • Do not smoke, drink, eat and chew anything while spraying
  • Avoid contact with mouth, eyes and skin
  • Avoid inhalation the spray mist, fog and vapors
  • Take bath properly after application
  • Antidote – No specific antidote is known. Treat symptomatically