Since its inception in 1967, Furadan has become one of the most widely used pest control insecticides in the world. It is most commonly used in protecting crops such as rice and corn. Because of its versatility and effectiveness, Furadan is used in more than 80 countries by both large commercial farmers and small plot growers.
Used as both an at plant and foliar insecticide, Furadan provides control of both soil and above ground pests – corn rootworms, alfalfa weevil, European corn borer and aphids - on key crops like corn, alfalfa and cotton and more.
Furadan is a useful and important product, vital to the sustainability of agriculture in many countries around the world. We condemn the use of our products by anyone as a means to kill any predatory wildlife. FMC regularly communicates with its distributors and customers about the latest information about its products, their intended uses and the consequences of misuse. FMC believes the proper use of Furadan does not pose a risk to human health, wildlife, or the environment and the company will continue to promote its responsible use.
Download: Furadan Kenyan Product Label (PDF, .98MB)
Download: Environmental Stewardship Guidelines (PDF, 769KB)