Insecticide of a growth regulator, imitator of the youth hormone of insects, with a fictitious movement. It affects through contact and ingestion on the morphogenesis, reproduction and embryogenesis of insects, depending on their stage of development (egg, larva, nymph, thriving), hindering their normal development and adulthood. It has an effect: a) in eggs aged 1-3 days where hatching is limited or slowed down and post-embryo changes are observed, b) inhibits the transformation of larvae, c) causes inhibition of the outgrowth of nymphs and the appearance of acne and d) has sterile properties in females, resulting in reduced egg-laying and a decrease in the viability of the eggs. The effectiveness of the formulation in the target insects appears more slowly and gradually compared to that of insecticides acting on the nervous system of insects. It is especially active in granules and floury when applied in the early stages of their development.