Ground + Aerial ULV
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Crop Tolerance, Residential Areas
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The Zenivex® family of mosquito adulticides from Central Life Sciences provides three alternatives for adult mosquito control. It is a high efficacy, reduced-risk adulticide that gives quick, permanent knockdown and reliable control of adult mosquito populations in any mosquito habitat. All Zenivex formulations are labeled for hand, ground or aerial application and have crop approval to allow application throughout urban and rural settings.
The active ingredient in Zenivex® adulticide is Etofenprox, a unique synthetic pyrethroid molecule for the control of adult mosquitoes.
Zenivex comes in three formulations, water and oil-based, designed to suit the variable habitat, application method, and length of control requirements for public health mosquito control products. Learn more about the three different Zenivex formulations available from Central Life Sciences for public health mosquito control:
Rotating products and modes of action in your control program is responsible stewardship, aids in resistance management, and extends the useful life of all products.
Need support identifying the right potential products for your program? Our team of control consultants and customer care professionals are here to help you with any inquiry.
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