Spodoptera exigua multiple nucleopolyhedrovirus(SeMNPV) TC

Spodoptera exigua multiple nucleopolyhedroviirus(SeMNPV) is a naturally occurring insecticidal virus that specifically infects and kills larvae of Spodoptera exigua(Beet armyworm).

  • Use for
  • How it works
  • Product specifications
  • Directions for use
  • Product handling

Use for

Use for

Spodoptera exigua(Beet armyworm)

How it works

How it works

When the formulated products of SeMNPV is applied to crops and ingested by Spodoptera exigua larvae, the virions are released and replicate massively in the larvae's body and then spread throughout the body while rapidly consuming body tissues. Spodoptera exigua that ingest the virus become lethargic during their sickness caused by the virus infection, and appear sublethal. Eventually, they will die with their internal organs and tissues liquefied. In addition, the virions will continue to spread like a plague between and through several generations of Spodoptera exigua through the fluid or feces of the dead Spodoptera exigua larvae, providing effective long-term control of the Spodoptera exigua population.


Product specifications

Product Specifications

1. Concentrate Powder

  •    Concentration: 2.0×10^11PIB/g
  •    Pack Size: 1Kg per Bag, 15Kg per Cardboard

2. Concentrate Liquid

  •    Concentration: 2.0×10^10PIB/ml
  •    Pack Size: 25 liters per Drum


Directions for use

Directions for use

Avoid temperatures above 40℃ during processing of formulations.

Product handling

Product Handling

Temperature Conditions during Transport


Storage Time at Different Temperatures

  • >2  years at -18℃
  • 2 years at <+5℃
  • 1 month at<+25℃