(Lambda cyhalothrin 9.5% + Thiamethoxam 12.6% ZC)

Lambda cyhalothrin 9.5% + Thiamethoxam 12.6% ZC
Pack Size : 80ml, 200ml, 500ml, 1L
Class : insecticides
Directions of Use : Mix 60-80ml of Tegata in 150-200ml of water and spray it over one acre of the field, uniformly using a Knapsack spra.
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Crops Pests CIB DOSE/Ha Water Volume L/ha
Cotton Jassids, Aphids & Thrips and Bollworm 200 ml 500
Maize Aphid,Shootfly, stem borer 125 ml 500
Groundnut Leaf hopper, Leaf eating caterpillar 150 ml 500
Soybean Stem fly, Semilooper, Girdle beetle 125 ml 500
Chilli Thrips, Fruit borer 150 ml 500
Tea Thrips, Semilooper, Tea mosquito bug 150 ml 500
Tomato Thrips, whitefly, Fruit borer 125 ml 500


  • TEGATA is a broad-spectrum insecticide
  • Unique combination with dual mode of action
  • New innovative formulation ZC (Mixture of CS and SC formulation) with synergistic effect
  • It belongs to Neonicotinoid and Pyrethroid group of insecticides
  • One shot solution of sucking pest and caterpillars
  • It works as systemic, contact and stomach activity insecticide
  • It is absorbed rapidly by the roots and foliage
  • Tegata is translocated acropetally in the Xylem
  • It gives quick knockdown and long residual control
  • Being a ZC formulation it has good rain-fastness
  • Promotes crop greening, more branches and flower initiation
  • Protect crop from viral disease by controlling insects which act as a vector
  • Being a premix solution no need of tank mix
  • It has no cross resistance to conventional products
  • More greenness and branching in treated crop


  • Tegata is a unique combination having dual mode of action
  • It interferes with postsynaptic nicotinic acetyl choline receptors (nAChR agonists) site of the insect nervous system. Due to irreversible blockage of postsynaptic nicotinic acetylcholine receptors leads to the hyperexcitation of the nerves.
  • Simultaneously it affects the nervous system of an organism by disrupting the gating mechanism of sodium channels involved in the generation of nerve impulses. Delayed closing of the gate results in prolonged excitation of nerve fibers in insect pests
  • Hyperexcitation followed by convulsions and eventual paralysis of the insects.
  • This results the death of insects.


  • Foliar spray is recommended
  • Mix the recommended dose in or Tegata in a bucket half filled with water with agitation, add remain recommended quantity of water with continuous agitation
  • Spray uniformly for batter result
  • First spraying: 30 to 40 days after sowing or as soon as insects begin to appear (at economic threshold level)
  • Second spraying: 10 to 15 days after first spraying


  • Uniform spray should be advisable
  • Do not mix with bare hands
  • Wear safety equipment’s such as gloves, aprons, masks, etc.
  • Do not smoke, drink, eat and chew anything while broadcasting
  • Avoid contact with mouth, eyes and skin
  • Take bath properly after application
  • Antidote – No specific antidote is known. Treat symptomatically