Active ConstituentCurrent Group
Abamectin6
Acephate1B
Afidopyropen9D
Acetamiprid4A
Allethrin3A
Alpha-cypermethrin3A
Aluminium phosphide24A
Amitraz19
AzadirachtinUN
Azamethiphos1B
Azinphos methyl1B
Bacillus thuringiensis aizawai11
Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis11
Bacillus thuringiensis kurstaki11
Bacillus sphaericus11
Bacillus thuringiensis enebrionis
11
Bendiocarb1A
Beta-cyfluthrin3A
Bifenazate 20
Bifenthrin3A
Bioallethrin3A
Bioresmethrin3A
Buprofezin16
Cadusafos1B
Carbaryl1A
Carbofuran1A
Carbosulfan1A
Chlorantraniliprole28
Chlorfenvinphos1B
Chlorfluazuron15
Chlorfenapyr13
Chloropicrin8B
Chlorpyrifos1B
Chlorpyrifos-methyl1B
Clofentezine10A
Clothianidin4A
Cyantraniliprole 28
Cyfluthrin3A
Cypermethrin3A
Cyromazine17
Deltamethrin3A
Diafenthiuron12A
Diazinon1B
Dichlorvos1B
DicofolUN
Diflubenzuron15
Donotefuran4A
Dimethoate1B
Emamectin benzoate6
Esbiothrin3A
Ethion1B
Etoxazole10B
Esfenvalerate3A
Fenamiphos1B
Fenbutatin oxide12B
Fenitrothion1B
Fenoxycarb7B
Fenpyroximate21A
Fenthion1B
Fenvalerate3A
Fipronil2B
Flonicamid9C
Flubendiamide28
Flufenoxuron15
Flumethrin3A
Gamma-cyhalothrin3A
Hexaflumuron15
Hexythiazox10A
Hydramethylnon20A
Imidacloprid4A
Imiprothrin3A
Indoxacarb22A
Lambda-cyhalothrin3A
Lufenuron15
Magnesium phosphide24A
Metaflumizone22B
Maldison (malathion)1B
Methidathion1B
Methiocarb1A
Methomyl1A
Methoprene7A
Methoxyfenozide18
Methyl bromide8A
Mevinphos1B
Milbemectin6
Oxamyl1A
Omethoate1B
Permethrin3A
Phorate1B
Phosmet1B
Phosphine24A
Pirimicarb1A
Pirimiphos-methyl1B
Prallethrin3A
Profenofos1B
Propargite12C
Propoxur1A
Prothiofos1B
Pymetrozine9B
Pyrethrins3A
Pyridaben21A
Pyriproxyfen7C
Spinosad5
Spinetoram5
Spirotetramat23
Sulfoxaflor4C
Tau-fluvalinate3A
Tebufenozide18
Tebufenpyrad21A
Temephos1B
Terbufos1B
Tetradifon12D
Tetramethrin3A
Thiacloprid4A
Thiamethoxam4A
Thiodicarb1A
Transfluthrin3A
Trichlorfon1B
Triflumuron15
Zeta-cypermethrin3A

CropLife Australia’s Resistance Management Strategies provide a guide for crop protection product rotation through product groups.  The strategies are a useful tool that supports farmers’ adoption of resistance management.

All crop protection products must be handled and applied strictly as specified on the product label or APVMA permits.  These Resistance Management Strategies do not replace product labels.  They are a guide only and do not endorse particular products, groups of products or cultural methods in terms of their performance.  It is important to check with the Australian regulator’s (APVMA) product database for contemporary information on products and active constituents.  The database can be sourced through www.apvma.gov.au