Terminator BT is an insecticide that is incredibly effective against a wide range of pests, such as those belonging to the order of Lepidoptera (caterpillars, moths, butterflies), Diptera (flies and mosquitos), Coleoptera (bugs), Hymenoptera (wasps, ants). It also encompasses a powerful complex of mycorrhizae, Trichoderma and bacteria.
Bacillus thuringiensis produces crystal-shaped protein, which is toxic for the larvae of some insect species upon feeding. Entering their intestines activates the latent toxins, which then degrade the said intestines, causing the death of the pest through starvation and infections.
The accompanying micro-organisms are responsible for the production of a wide variety of antibiotics, but are also parasites and competition for other fungi. Additionally, some micro-organisms degrade the cellular walls of pathogenic agents, thus causing either localized or systemic resistance into the plant.