DIRECTIONS FOR APPLICATION

Crop Pest Apply Rate and Period WHP
Cotton Cotton Aphid (Aphis gosspyii)

Leaf Fleas (Asymmetrasca decedens, Empoasca decipiens)

Silverleaf Whitefly (Bemicia tabaci)

 

10 g/da (nymph,imago)

10 g/da (nymph,imago)

 

40 g/da (larva,imago)

Potato Colorado Potato Beetle

(Leptinotarsa decemlineata)

6 g/da (larva,imago) 7 days
Tomato

(Field)

Silverleaf Whitefly

(Bemicia tabaci)

30 g/da (larva,imago)

 

3 days
Tomato (Greenhouse) Silverleaf Whitefly

(Bemicia tabaci)

30 g/100 L water (larva,imago) 3 days
Pistachio Pistachio Psylla

(Agonoscena pistaciae)

20 g/100 L water (imago, nymph) 7 days
Pepper (Greenhouse) Green Peach Aphid

(Myzus persicae)

25 g/100 L water (imago, nymph) 3 days
Apple Apple Aphid

(Aphis pomi)

20 g/100 L water (imago, nymph) 14 days
Watermelon Green Peach Aphid

(Myzus persicae)

25 g/da (imago, nymph) 7 days
Tobacco Green Peach Aphid

(Myzus persicae)

10 g/da (imago, nymph) 10 days

 

USAGE INSTRUCTIONS:

SUNACET 20 SP is a systemic effect preparate. Gets consumed by the plant shortly after the application, and its effects lasts upto 14-21 days.

– Application should be made after the morning dew goes out or in the evening chillness.

– If it rains in 6 hours after the application, then the application should be repeated.

 

Cotton Aphid: 50 leaves (at least) should be collected proportionally from the contaminated field (Should include lower – mid – upper section leaves). If there are at least 5 larva/pupa for each leaf, application should be started.

Cotton – Silverleaf Whitefly: Application should be started if there are 10 larva/pupa for each leaf.

Cotton – Leaf Fleas: Application should be started if there are fleas for each leaf.

Tomato – Silverleaf Whitefly: 50 leaves (at least) should be collected proportionally from the contaminated field (Should include lower – mid – upper section leaves). If there are at least 5 larva/pupa for each leaf, application should be started. Apple Aphid: If there are over 15 contaminations out of 100 tillers during the vegetation period, application should be started.

Potato Beetle: If larva/egg/nymphs can be spotted during inspections at any period, it shows that the field is contaminated. If application will be made during the first offspring, it should be when mature larvae (4th phase) are detected. Application on the second offspring should be made after the eggs hatch.

Watermelon – Green Peach Aphid:  Beginning from April, leaves are collected from the field proportionally and from all lower, mid, upper parts of the plant for inspection. If there are 10-20 aphids per each leaf, application should be started.

Pepper (Greenhouse)- Green Peach Aphid: Application should be started if there are 10-20 pests for each leaf.

Tobacco – Green Peach Aphid: Application should be started before the aphid population starts getting dense in the tobacco field. If there are 25 nymph/imago for each leaf, application should be started. (Aegean and Southeastern regions)

Pistachio Psylla: Application should not be delayed because after 30-40 days of the psylla contamination, a dense fall of ripe fruits will occur. Application should be started when 20-30 nymphs can be spotted for each leaf out of a compound 100 leaves.

 

MIXING:

Can be mixed besides alcali based preparates. Pre-mix test is advised before mixing.

SUNALDA 50 EC®
SUNABMECT 1,8 EC®
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