|Length of Control||
Residual, Single Brood
|IRAC Mode of Action||
7A Juvenile Growth Hormone
Strike® formulations from Central Life Sciences are designed to break the life cycle of midges and filter flies to prevent future generations from developing into adults at water treatment facilities. All Strike formulations have an environmentally friendly mode of action, using the active ingredient (S)-methoprene, that can be added into water without interrupting the water treatment process.
Strike products are ideal for facilities experiencing chironomid midges in various stages and areas of the wastewater treatment process. Each Strike® larvicide formulation contains (S)-methoprene, an insect growth regulator (IGR) that stops midges, filter flies and mosquitoes from becoming breeding, biting adults.
Clarke is an authorized distributor of Strike formulations for public health use.
The Strike portfolio of midge and filter fly products includes three different formulation types:
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