OVERVIEW : EXILE is an Organic Certified Botanical insect repellent act as Larvicide and also effective plant food. Its combination of various plant extracts such as Veratrum, Sophora Flavescens, Chilly seeds and others.
EXILE is very effective on all types of Worms such as Cotton Bollworm, Caterpillar, Army Worms and other similar Insects.

DOSAGE :1 ml – 1.5 ml of EXILE per litre of water for foliar spray application.

SIZES :100 ml, 250 ml, 500 ml & 1 Litre


Certified under NPOP standards accredited by APEDA

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    EXILE is a certified certified botanical repellent and plant food.

    EXILE delivers following advantages in plant:
    ■ Very effective on all types of Worms such as Cotton Bollworm, Caterpillar, Army Worms and other similar Insects.
    ■ Plant Extracts provides various useful Alkaloids which increases the plant’s SAR (systemic Acquired Resistance).
    ■ Sprayed on the Soil at Soil Preparation stage to control Soil Insects.
    ■ Can be sprayed on the soil at Soil Preparation Stage to control soil insects.
    ■ Suitable for all stages from nursery to harvesting stages as it does not carry any residue in harvest.


    ■ Organic Matter -    60%
    ■ Organic Carbon -  18%
    ■ Plant Extract (Veratrum, Sophora Flavescens, Chilly seeds and others)-  40%
    ■ Carrier Oils -   40%
    ■ Organic Emulsifier - 8%

    Cotton bollworm

    Cotton bollworm, also known as corn earworm, feeds on corn ears and cotton terminals, squares and blooms, hampering growth and hurting quality while opening the door for secondary infections caused by mycotoxins and bacteria.

    Caterpillars :
    Caterpillars also referred to as worms, are the immature life stage of butterflies and moths. Most of the caterpillars that are pests of vegetable crops are moth caterpillars. Caterpillars can be a major pest of vegetables, particularly cabbage, kale, collards, broccoli, and cauliflower. Seedlings and young plants may be killed by caterpillar feeding if left untreated. Caterpillars are easily controlled in vegetable gardens, especially when detected early.

    Armyworms :
    This destructive garden pest gets its name because it travels in small insect armies and consumes just about everything in its path. There’s a number of species of armyworm caterpillars, many with a distinct taste for a particular plant or vegetable. But some will eat anything green or red or yellow. They’re most active at night and hide in plants and under garden debris during the day.


    ■ Keep in a cool & dry place

    ■ Shake well before application

    ■ Keep out of reach from children & pets