DIRECTIONS FOR APPLICATION:
|Crop||Pest||Apply Rate and Period||WHP|
|Vineyard*||European Grapevine Moth
|25 m/100 L water Larva||3 days (for consumption)|
|10 days (for wine production)|
|45 ml/da Larva||14 days|
|Egyptian Cotton Leafworm (Spodoptera littoralis)||40 ml/da Larva|
|35 ml/100 L water Egg-Larva||14 days|
|45 ml/da Imago||14 days|
|40 ml/da Larva||3 days|
|Tomato (Greenhouse)||Egyptian Cotton Leafworm (Spodoptera littoralis)||35 ml/ 100 L water Larva|
|Corn||Greater Sugarcane Borer (Sesamia spp)||30 ml/da Larva||3 days|
|European Corn Borer
* Do not use on vine leave crops for consumption.
Vineyard – 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 detected. Preparate should be applied on each offspring.
Cotton Bollworm: A total of 25 plants that are 10 meters apart from each other should be inspected on leaves, flowers, cocoons. If there is either 0.5 larva per plant, 2 egg clusters out of 25 plants or 2 newly hatched egg clusters, application should be started.
Egyptian Cotton Leafworm: Randomly selected 3 meter wide long plants should be checked for eggs and larvae. If there are more than 2 larvae are found in each 3m wide proportionally, preparate should be applied.
Greater Sugarcane Borer and European Corn Borer:
Application should be started upon a detection of eggs. 2 more applications are made 15 days apart following the first application.
Tomato – Egyptian Cotton Leafworm: Due to the size of the field, 50 – 100 tomato plants should be inspected. If there are more than 5 plants in the 100 are infected, preparate should be applied.
Tomato – Cotton Bollworm: If 1-2 newly hatched egg clusters or 4-5 larva are spotted out of a hundred plants that are diagonally insptected, application should be started. Starting time is crucial as the result will be better if it is applied before the larva spreads.
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.
Hazelnut Weevil : If in the inspections that have been made when the fruits reach 2cm in diameter (January 10th), more than 2 hazelnut weevils are found, preparate should be applied.
Can be mixed with fnungicides and insecticides. Pre-mix test is advised before mixing in high scales.