Bt- k is widely used to control moth and butterfly (Lepidoptera) pests as it specifically affects the larvae (caterpillars) of some of these species. Large quantities of Bt-k have been used over the past 30 years, especially to control gypsy moth populations. Natural epizootics (widespread insect disease) caused by Bt-k have been observed only very rarely in the natural environment, and usually when caterpillars are in a confined environment.
Common Name : Bacillus thuringiensis Kurstaki 0.5% W.P
Appearance : White free flowing powder
Smell : Earthy
CFUs Count/g : 1x1008 CFUs/g : - 1x109/ml in water soluble medium.
Shigella - Nil
E.coli - Nil
Stability : BT Killer is stable for a period of 6 months.
Packing : BT Killer is packed in LDPE pouches. The pouches are packed in Corrugated Fluted Board Cartons, 250ml, 500ml, 1000ml HDPE bottles.
Dosage : 400gm/ Acre Foliar application
Target Crops: Castor