Information from Dupont on triflumezopyrim, their new mesoionic insecticide for control of rice hoppers, has been reviewed by the IRAC MoA WG and a classification to Group 4E agreed. The first registration for triflumezopyrim is expect in 2015 after which the active will be include in the IRAC MoA Classification Scheme. Meanwhile a new appendix will be added to the scheme to cover actives such as triflumezopyrim that have been classified but are pending registration.
- General MoA PosterV2.2 ~ Apr 12
- Lepidoptera MoA PosterV4.0 ~ Feb 12
- Sucking Pests MoA PosterV6.3 ~ Jan 12
- Mosquitoes MoA PosterV2.0 ~ Apr 14
- Mites MOA PosterV1.7 ~ Mar 12
- MOA Structures Poster (English)V3.0 ~ Mar 13
- MOA Structures Poster (Spanish)V3.0 ~ Mar 13
- MOA Structures Poster (Portuguese)V3.0 ~ Mar 13
- MoA Structures Poster (French)V3.0 ~ Mar 13
- MOA Structures Poster (Japanese)V3.0 ~ Mar 13
- MOA Structures Poster (Chinese)V3.0 ~ Mar 13
- MoA ClassificationV7.3 ~ May 14
- MoA brochureV3.6 ~ May 14
- MoA Classification: Mosquito Disease VectorsV1.5 ~ Jul 12
- Folleto - Modo de Acción insecticidas y acaricidasV1.0 ~ May 13
- Classificação do Modo de AçãoV1.0 ~ Jun 13
Mode of Action Team
- Team Leader
- Vince Salgado, BASF
- Andrew Crossthwaite
- Dan Cordova
- Danny Karmon
- Jerry Watson
- Peter Luemmen
- Ralf Nauen
- Shigero Saito
- Tom Sparks
The IRAC mode of action classification is considered as the definitive global authority on the target site of insecticides and crucial to this is the scientific integrity of the scheme. It is used globally to classify insecticides, as the basis for mode of action labelling, and is an essential tool for the development of IRM strategies involving multiple modes of action in a window-based approach.
The MoA Team, which is largely composed of technical experts, is charged with maintaining the scheme and its status, carrying out updates as required as well as developing educational resources such as posters to promote the correct use of the scheme. The team considers data to support new submissions for entries to the scheme and acts as an arbiter on questions of MOA.
- Continue to review and update the MOA scheme as required.
- Develop new versions of the MOA Structure Poster as needed
- Target site mutation table
- Develop new MoA posters and update existing posters as required
- Develop MoA training slides
- MoA page – IRAC Website
- Provide additional information on topics important to MoA and IRM
- Update of MoA Charter
- Address issue of DIY classification
- Implement MoA Classification update notification list
IRAC Mode of Action Classification
Search the MoA DatabaseThe MoA Classification is available as an interactive searchable eTool allowing you to browse and filter chemical groups, classes and actives.
Download the MoA AppDownload the IRAC MoA application from the Apple iTunes or Google Play App Stores for quick access to reference information on the move.
Download the MoA Structures PosterThe MoA poster with the chemical structures is available for download from the website in various language options. Select the language required from the drop-down menu below.
Browse the full MoA Classification SchemeThe complete MoA Classification document is available to view or download. This 23-page document provides full details of the scheme with lots of notes and background information.
Latest Mode of Action News
The latest issue of the IRAC MoA Classification (ver. 7.3) has now been released and posted on the MoA Team page of the website. Changes include the renaming of a couple of groups/sub-groups (Group 9 is now “Modulators of Chordotonal Organs” and Subgroup 8D is now “Borates”) and the addition of flupyradifurone into a new Subgroup 4D, called Butenolides. The opportunity was also taken to improve some of the text and notes relating the the classification. Associated MoA resources (booklet and posters etc.) will be updated in due course.