Herbicides Inhibiting Plant Acetyl-CoA Carboxylase for Insect Reproductive Management


Inhibitor is selected from aryloxyphenoxypropionates in free acid, ester or salt form, and cyclohexanediones or salts and mixtures thereof To be formulated with a suitable carrier, including an insect attractant and/or phagostimulant Non-toxic: Suitable for use in an agricultural unit, grain or crop storage area, or in areas with animals, according to the chemical registration Our Innovation

Inhibition of female sex pheromone production Inhibitors are selected from aryloxyphenoxypropionates and cyclohexanediones or their mixtures Insecticidal composition comprising inhibitors of eukaryotic-type Acetyl-CoA carboxylase Method for controlling undesired insect pests by applying an effective amount of eukaryotic-type Acetyl-CoA carboxylase inhibitors Acts by disruption of mating and reproductive behaviour in such insects in which female sex pheromones are fatty acid derivatives

The Opportunity

Addresses many markets requiring insect control: Agronomic and horticultural crops, domestic use, stored products, grain storage, grain mills. Non-toxic nature provides environmentally friendly pest control solution

Development Milestones

Broader in vivo action; selective non-toxicity to plants and potent inhibition of sex pheromone production Time line and budget 2-3 years: $100,000 annual

Type of Offer: Licensing

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