Crop Pest Apply Rate and Period WHP
Apple Codling Moth

(Cydia pomonella)


20 ml / 100 L water



7 days
Pear Pear Psylla

(Cacopsylla pyri)


20 ml/100 L water

Nymph – Imago

7 days



Pistachio Pistachio Psyllids

(Agonoscena pistaciae)

25 ml/100 L   water

(When %20 of the leaves are smeared over)

7 days
Cherry Goat Moth

(Cossus cossus)

80 ml / 100 L water

(Early larvae period)

7 days
Grain (Cereal) Sunn Pest (Eurygaster spp.) 20 ml/da 1-3.period nymph

30 ml/da 4-5. period nymph and new gen imago

7 days
Ornament Plants Eumerus, Merodon

(Eumerus narcissi, Merodon eques)

80 ml/100 L   water

(Field period)

7 days


Cotton Bollworm (Heliothis armigera) 40 ml / da Larva 7 days
Tomato Silverleaf Whitefly

(Bemisia tabaci)

30 ml /da Larva-imago 7 days
Cotton Bollworm (Helicoverpa armigera) 30 ml/ da Larva 7 days
Eggplant Silverleaf Whitefly (Bemisia tabaci) 30 ml /da Larva-imago 7 days
Corn Greater Sugarcane Borer (Sesamia spp.) 30 ml/ da Larva

3 applications 15 days apart. (When first eggs spotted.)

7 days
European Corn Borer

(Ostrinia nubilalis)

Sugar Beet Beetles

(Cassida spp.)

30 ml / da 7 days
Sugar Beet Flea (Choetacnema libialis) 25 ml / da
Leaf Beetles

(Piesema macutata)

30 ml/da
Beet Armyworm, Silver Y (Spodoptera exiqua, Plusia gamma, Mamestra spp.) 30 ml/da
Dark Sword-grass (Agrotis spp.) 30 ml/da
General Pests Locusts (Locusts) 40 ml/da 7 days


Vineyard*/** European Grapevine Moth

(Lobesia botrana)

20 ml/ 100 L water

Larva (When larvae damage is seen or butterflies are active.)

7 days
Lentil Seed Beetles

(Bruchus spp.)

40 ml/da 7 days
Lentil, Chickpea Budworm

(Helicoverpa viriplaca)

30 ml / da Larva 7 days


* Do not use on vine leave crops for consumption.

** Usage not advised in Aegean region.





Apple – Coddling Moth: Applying the preparate should be based on estimation and early remarks. The goal in this process is to keep the plant disinfected so that hatched larva can be exterminated before it can penetrate the fruit. Estimation and early remark system is not applicable for pear.

Pear Psylla: Application should be made when egg clusters hatch almost compeletly, 2-3. Period nypmhs are detected, over %15 percent of the sprouts are infected, before honeydew is seen and when natural pests are not found excessively.


Cherry – Goat Moth: A pheromone trap is set on the contaminated field to observe imago appearances. Application should be started after imago appearances or if colonized larva under the pods are detected. Applications usually start from mid-August to early September. Second application is made considering the efficiency of the previously applied preparate


Pistachio Psyllids: Application should be started if out of 100 compound leaves 20-30 nymphs can be spotted upon weekly inspections, if egg clusters are mostly hatched, before first imago parasitoid appearance and a sticky layer (fumagine) on the leaf surface is formed.


Grain (Cereal) – Sunn Pest: Application should be started upon technical counts and evaluations.


Corn – Greater Sugarcane Borer & European Corn Borer: First application is started when first eggs are detected, and 3 more applications are made every 15 days.


Sunflower – Cotton Bollworm: Application is started when eggs are detected on 5 leaves out of 100,when 1. Period larvae can be spotted, and when early pest symptoms are apparent.


Tomato, Lentil, Chickpea – Cotton Bollworm & Budworm: Due to the size of the field, 50 – 100 plants should be inspected. If there are more than 5 plants in the 100 are infected, preparate should be applied.


Lentil – Seed Beetle: Taking breed growth and plantation period into consideration, applying 2-3 times every 10-14 days when base capsules are dried prevents contamination on infected fields.


Ornament Plants – Eumerus & Merodon (fly): Application should be started if %5 of the plants are infedted in the field and when plants reach 10 cm in lenght. Preparate should first be applied after the appearance of first imagos.


European Grapevine Moth: Application periods should be determined based on estimation – caution system. For larvicide applications, captured moth count in traps should start falling after peaking, and effective temperature sum should be 120 days – degrees on 1st offspring, dusk temperature should be above 15C 2 days in a row and these factors should be continous. Effective temperature should reach 520 days – degrees on 2nd offspring, and 1047 days – degrees on 3rd offspring. Vine phenology should be at anthesis stage at 1st offspring, unripe stage at 2nd offspring, and sweetening stage at 3rd offspring. Application is started when the first larvae is spotted. Preparate should be applied on each offspring.


Locusts: Application should be started after nymphs are detected and appropriate surveys show intensity.



Can be mixed besides highly alcali based preparates. Pre-mix test advised before mixing in high scales.