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Insect growth regulator for prevention of blowfly strikes in sheep
Description and Composition
CLIK is a ready-to-use spray-on/pour-on formulation containing 50 g dicyclanil per liter
Dicyclanil, the active ingredient of CLiK, is an insect growth regulator belonging to the group of pyrimidinamines. Dicyclanil interferes with the chitin metabolism of the insect, in a way that is not yet exactly known. Treated larvae will therefore be unable to moult to the next stage. The molecule shows a high specificity for Dipteran fly larvae.
CLiK is to be used exclusively in a preventative way; i.e. the flock must be treated prior to an anticipated fly wave. First instar larvae are much more susceptible to dicyclanil than second and third instars, and established strikes may thus not be immediately cured.
CLiK is a ready-to-use spray-on/pour-on formulation for the prevention of blowfly strikes (Lucilia sericata, L. cuprina and Wohlfahrtia magnifica) in sheep.
Dosage and administration
The recommended dose rate is of 30 to 100 mg a.i. / kg bodyweight (0.6 to 2 ml of CLiK / kg bodyweight), according to the sheep weight and the type of strike. For further details, please refer to local label recommendations.
The protection period following a CLiK application will be of 16 to 24 weeks according to local conditions.
Withdrawal periods according to national registrations.
Special Precautions and Warnings
Avoid contact with eyes and skin. In case of skin contact, remove contaminated clothing and thoroughly wash the affected parts of the body with soap and water. In case of eye contact, rinse eyes with clean water for several minutes and contact physician for advice.
Do not contaminate ponds, waterways or ditches with the product or used containers.
Formulations and Packages
- CLiK pour on / spray on 5%
- Columbus back-pack 5 lt, 2.2 lt, 0.8 lt
- Drum 20 lt
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