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Chlorfenapyr is a pesticide derived from a class of microbially produced compounds known as halogenated pyrroles. The EPA initially denied registration in 2000 for use on cotton primarily because of concerns that the insecticide was toxic to birds and because effective alternatives were available. However, it was registered in January, 2001 for use on non-food crops in greenhouses. Chlorfenapyr works by disrupting the production of ATP.
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