Controlled release formulation of DPE-28: A 20 per cent emulsifiable concentrate (EC) was made by using xylene as solvent and tween 80 as emulsifier and used for development of a controlled release formulation.
What does EC stand for?
EC stands for Emulsifiable Concentrate
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16) Pesticide Basics--Formulation * Most active ingredients need to be diluted * Think of a formulation as a recipe * Carrier for the active ingredient or ingredients * Makes application of the active feasible * Allows the active to be applied in its most efficient manner (17) Types of Formulations * Aerosols, foggers * Emulsifiable concentrates (most common) * Wettable powders * Dusts * Flowables -- water based * Suspensions * Microencapsulations * Granules (18) Why are There So Many Types?
1985) found that the emulsifiable concentrate formulation was more difficult to remove than a wettable powder and an encapsulated formulation.
The final product is, therefore, defined as an emulsifiable concentrate.
Study design: Pirimiphos-methyl, 50 per cent emulsifiable concentrate (EC) was obtained from M/s Syngenta Crop Protection Ltd.
The formulations tested include neem oil in kerosene, neem oil water emulsion, Neem Azal, neem cream, aqueous extract of deoiled neem, margosan-O (a product of neem seed), wettable powder Azad WP10, emulsifiable concentrate Azad EC 4.
Sahu et al (3) in this issue presented results of one such study in a malaria endemic area of India to show the considerable protective efficacy of insecticidal treatment of nets, especially with use of micro-encapsulated formulation than an emulsifiable concentrate formulation.