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  LIPEL SP - Bacillus thuringiensis var.Kurstaki BioInsecticide
01 Name, address & status of the applicant Agri Life
Plot No.23 FF, Sancharpuri Colony
New Bowenpally
Secunderabad 500 011.
Andhra Pradesh, India
 
02 Address of the premises where the manufacturing will be done Agri Life
154 A/5-1, SVCIE
IDA Bollaram - 502 325.
Medak Dist.
Andhra Pradesh, India
03 The common name and Trade name of the Insecticide which the applicant proposes to import or manufacture Trade Name: LIPEL SP  FORMULATION
Common Name: Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki
04 In case of formulation the source of supply of technical grade material & its status of registration chemical composition Bacillus thuringiensis var kurstaki strain. from National Collection of Industrail Microorganisms (NCIM), Pune, India
05 CHEMICAL COMPOSITION

i) Kind and name of active and other ingredients and percentages of each





ii) Stability in storage (as per details specified by the Registration Committee




iii) Shelf life claim
                                            % W/W
a) Spores                               5 - 8
b) Delta endotoxin                   5 - 8
c) Nutrient medium residues    55-37
d) Sodium chloride                 15-20
e) Fillers (Kaolin)                    15-18
f) Moisture                               5 - 9


More than 2 years, when stored under dry and ventilated rooms in multilaminated pouches/double polythene bag packings at ambient temperatures in India. Data on Shelf Life/Stability at 3 different Agro-climatic locations available

2 years
06 Toxicity of the products to human beings, wild life and aquatic animals Proved as low hazardous Class IV compound based on Toxicological Evaluations details below:

1) Non toxic to warm blooded animals
SUMMARY OF TOXICITY EVALUATIONS ON MAMMALS
Acute Studies:
Study Study LD 50/ Action
Oral Toxicity/ Pathogenicity Rat > 1 x 106 spores/rat
Dermal Toxicity/Pathogenicity Rat > 1 x 106 spores/rat
Inhalation Toxicity/ Pathogenicity Rat > 1.7 x 106 spores/rat
   1.9 AS PER REPORT
Primary Skin Irritation Rabbit Non-Irritant
Irritation to Mucous Membrane Rabbit Non-Irritant
Skin Sensitization Potential
/ Allergenicity
Guinea Pig SUMM_TOXI_EVALUATIONS_MAMMALS
summ_toxi_evaluations_mammals
*  Maximum recommended (challenge) test dose level
Detailed reports available

 
B. Eco - Toxicity:    
i) Toxicity to Birds:Pigeon LD50 Oral : * 1 x 106 CFU/Bird
(> 5000 mg / Kg body Wt.)
                            Chicken LD50 Oral : * 1 x 106 CFU/Bird
(> 5000 mg / Kg body Wt.)
ii) Toxicity to fish LD50 : > 1 x 106 spores/water
 
iii) Toxicity to Honey Bee LD50 : > 1 x 106 spores/Bee
iv0 Toxicity to Silk Worm LD50 Oral : >1 x 106 spores/worm in diet
10^6/ML AS PER REPORT
Detailed reports available    
 
08 The plant diseases, insects, and other noxious animals and weeds against which it is intended be used. (Published/Authentic reports on bioefficacy of the insecticide to be enclosed as per details specified by the Registration Committee). : Exhibits effective control of Helicoverpa armegira pests by 0.75 to 1.25 Kg/Ha doses applied at 10-15 days intervals through Instant Antifeedant action and Death of Larvae in 1-3 days in Pigeon-pea crop. Bio-efficacy report from ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Umiam 793 103, India

Summary of Reports from ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Umiam 793 103 on performance of LIPEL WP FORMULATION on various crops and pests given below
 

Crop Pest

 
Pest Dose & spray Schedule  Impact  Phyto-toxicity Safety to parasites & predators Report No
Pigeon Pea Helicoverpa Armigera 0.75-1.00 Kg/Ha at flowering & 10 days there after Good control & 35% increase in yields in 2003-04 None   ICAR
No Phytotoxicity of LIPEL - WP formulation was found in the bio-efficacy studies.

 

 

 

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