How to make money producing and selling Insecticide.
Today a lot of people ask or even browse on the internet to find how to make money producing and selling Insecticide. This is one of the many question people ask these days. To get details on this kindly read the full report. This is as a result of their desire to start their own production business and become their own boss. In this article we will look into how to start producing and selling insecticide and start making money.
Insecticides are chemical based substances used to kill insects. They include ovicides and larvicides used against insect eggs and larvae, respectively. Insecticides are used in agriculture, medicine, industry and by consumers. Insecticides are claimed to be a major factor behind the increase in the 20th-century’s agricultural productivity. Nearly all insecticides have the potential to significantly alter ecosystems; many are toxic to humans and/or animals; some become concentrated as they spread along the food chain.
Insecticides can be classified into two major groups: systemic insecticides, which have residual or long term activity; and contact insecticides, which have no residual activity.
Furthermore, one can distinguish three types of insecticide.
- Natural insecticides, such as nicotine, pyrethrum and neem extracts, made by plants as defences against insects.
- Inorganic insecticides, which are metals.
- Organic insecticides, which are organic chemical compounds, mostly working by contact.
Insecticides may be repellent or non-repellent. Social insects such as ants cannot detect non-repellents and readily crawl through them. As they return to the nest they take insecticide with them and transfer it to their nestmates. Over time, this eliminates all of the ants including the queen. This is slower than some other methods, but usually completely eradicates the ant colony
Insecticides is a simple preparation used to kill or repel all kinds of destructive and disease carrying insects – mosquitoes, bed bugs, ants, cockroaches, bees, etc. It works more effectively than any other insecticides.
Liquid insecticides are used for the killing of all kinds of insects like mosquitoes, Bed Bugs, flies, cockroaches, bees, ants, and other insects around the home or office. Although in the Sub Saharan Africa, mosquitoes are so prominent that it becomes a major challenge to get rid of them from your home or office.
Why the Product
The resulting sickness caused by mosquito bites which is malaria, has increased a lot in its resistance to drugs and therefore kills a large population of human every year.
For this reason, there is every need to ensure that mosquitoes in the neighborhood where you live should all be eliminated or better still killed to enable humans live a life free from malaria.
Based on the above conditions facing people of sub Saharan Africa, the demand for liquid insecticide becomes very high, therefore creates an opportunity for an entrepreneur to make cool money. All you need to do as an entrepreneur is produce high quality liquid insecticide, package it to beautify and protect the product, and do an effecting marketing and the money starts flowing into your account.
Because of the rampant nature of insects in the sub Saharan Africa especially mosquito, the need for insecticides is growing continuously. As people continuously see the need to eliminate these insects, the more of this product is required. This product is used by the following;
- and even Homes etc.
- Kerosene/White spirit 45 Liters
- D.D.V.P (Vapona) – DD Force/Snipper/Crush 1 Liter
- Camphor 1/4kg
- I.P.A (Isopropanol) 1 Liter
- Perfume/fragrance (optional, used if Kerosene is used)
- Buckets/bowl (for mixing)
- Hand groves
- Long stick/Stirrer
(Please stir after every addition of chemical)
- Pour 45 Litres of kerosene/White spirit in a bowl
- Add D.D.V.P
- Add I.P.A
- ADD Industrial camphor (or use local camphor)
- Add Fragrance (to taste)
- Pour in the container and begin to make money.
Other Factors to Consider
In order to have this product pushed to the corners of the market, there some factors that needs to be put into consideration and gotten right so that the product will be welcome in the market and by general public;
Packaging of your product
The packaging of your product should be unique and beautifully designed to attract buyers and users of the product. It should be well packaged to meet or exceed existing standards of similar products in the market.
Quality of your Product
Your product should be of good quality such that it can effectively eradicate these insects in any home or office that it is being used as a a means of fighting insects. When you have a quality product, your loyal customers will introduce your product to friends and family and they will also buy the product.
Price of your Product
Before setting your product price, you should have calculated the total cost of producing a single unit of that product for you to effectively price the product. You need to set a very competitive price based on what is available in the market but with consideration to the expected profit margin for the product.
Creating a Brand
With your finished product, well packed and well-priced, you have a brand to represent your business and product style. A brand is a name, term, design, symbol, or other feature that distinguishes an organization or product from its rivals in the eyes of the customer. Brands are used in business, marketing, and advertising. Name brands are sometimes distinguished from generic or store brands.
Marketing the Product
Marketing ensures that you move this finished product from your factory to the final end users. This process requires both direct sales to supermarkets, distributors and wholesalers. These ones resell the products to retailers who live next door to the final consumers. You must ensure that your marketing strategy is designed in such a way that all the territories in your locality is effectively covered so that your product could get to the corners of the region where you stay.
As your products becomes more popular, you have to then extend the reach of your products and this in turn brings in more sales and results in increased turnover. You can also read other documents articles from our series.