Belair 2,5 EC


Preparation of the drug for application:

The required amount of the drug is first mixed with some water in a separate container. It is added to the spraying tank filled with water until half and mixed and the tank is completed with water. Calibration is done first to calculate the amount of water to be used per decare. For this, a certain amount of water is taken into the tank of the tool and it is calculated at a constant speed under field conditions and how many decares can be wetted with the existing water. Then spraying is started. Spraying should be done in the morning or in the evening when the weather is not too hot. When applying, be careful to spray the lower and upper surfaces of the leaves thoroughly.

Usage of the drug:

For Cherry Fly; In visual yellow sticky traps, spraying should be done within one week from the first adult caught.


The plant protection product named BELAİR 2,5 EC is an insecticide classified as Group 3A according to its mechanism of action. Repetitive applications of plant protection products with the same mechanism of action promote resistance development. For this reason, to delay developing resistance, do not exceed total application number of BELAİR 2,5 EC in the same season. In cases where the application should be repeated, pay attention to the use of plant protection products with a different mechanism of action (other than Group 3A).


It can be applied under normal conditions by mixing with insecticide, fungicide and leaf fertilizers.


Irritating to the mucosa. Sneezing can burn skin. It causes nausea, vomiting, headache. Contact with the drug can cause skin and eye irritation.


In case of Skin Contact; In case of skin irritation, avoid contact with bright light and apply cream. If it continues, use a local anesthetic (Quinisocaline hydrochlorate).

In Eye Contact; See - Precautionary Statements (P305 + P351 + P338) If Inhaled; See Precautionary Statements (P304 + P340)

If Swallowed; If swallowed, do not induce vomiting, wash the stomach and use activated charcoal. In case of severe poisoning, take the patient to the hospital immediately. Show the medicine's label and packaging to the doctor.


It has no special antidote. Symptomatic therapy is applied. In an emergency, 10-20 mg Diazepam (Valium) is injected, depending on the severity and severity of the disease.


H226: Flammable liquid and vapor.

H301: Toxic if swallowed.

H312: Harmful in contact with skin.

H315: Causes skin irritation.

H318: Causes serious eye damage.

H331: Toxic if inhaled.

H400: Very toxic in the aquatic environment.

H410: Long-lasting, very toxic effect in the aquatic environment.

Precautionary Statements (P)

P210: Keep away from heat. - No smoking

P273: Avoid release to the environment.

P304 + P340: IF INHALED: If it is difficult to breathe, remove the victim to fresh air and keep it in a comfortable position for easy breathing.

P305 + P351 + P338: IF IN EYES: Rinse carefully with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses if fitted and easy to do. Continue rinsing.

P370 + 378: In case of fire: Use water spray, carbon dioxide, foam, dry powder for extinction

P405: Store locked up.

P501: Dispose of contents / container in accordance with local regulations.

EUH401: Follow the instructions for use to avoid risks to human health and the environment.


Plant Name Pest Name Dose and Application Period Time Between Last Spraying and Harvest


Gallery Moths

(Stigmella sp., Pyllonorycter sp.)

30 ml/100 l water

3 day
Saw Bees (Hoplocampa spp.) 30 ml/100 l water 3 day
Bud Caterpillars

(S. Ocellana, H.nubiferana)

3 day


Apple Stuffed Wolf (Cydia pomonella) 15 ml/100 l water 3 day
Apple Networm

(Hyponomeuta malinellus)

5 ml/100 l water 3 day


Leaf Flea (Caccopysilla pyri) 50 ml/100 l water 3 day


Dürmece (Sparganotis pillariana) 50 ml/100 l water 3 day
Bunch of Moths (Lobesia botrana) * 30 ml/100 l water 3 day


Leaf Blade

(Agonoscena targionii)

30 ml/100 l water 3 day


White Fly (Bemisia tabaci) 100 ml/da 3 day
Green Wolf (Heliothis armigera) 50 ml/da 3 day
Booth(Agrotis spp.) 50 ml/da 3 day
Dirty Scented Green Beetle (Nezara sp.) 50 ml/da 3 day
Seed Beetle (Bruchus sp.) 40 ml/da 3 day
Aphids (Aphis sp.) 50 ml/da 3 day
Leaf Fleas (Empoasca sp.) 50 ml/da 3 day
Thripsler (Thrips sp.) 50 ml/da 3 day


Potato Beetle

(Leptinotarsa decemlineata)

30 ml/da 3 day

Lentils - Chickpeas

Hose Insect (Sitona sp.) 50 ml/da 3 day
Apion (Apion arrogans) 50 ml/da 3 day
Mantle Insect (Amicta oboberthuri) 30 ml/da 3 day
Green Wolf (Heliothis viriplaca) 20 ml/da 3 day


Shepherd (Sesamia sp.)
50 ml/da

(3 sprayings every 15 days)

3 day


Süne (Eurygaster sp.) 30 ml/da

(1-3 term nymphs)

3 day
50 ml/da

(4-5 period nymphs and new generation adults)

3 day
Grain Hose Beetle

(Pachytchius hordei)

30 ml/da 3 day
Hump ​​Beetle

(Zabrus tenebrioides)

20 ml/da 3 day

Sugar beet

Beet Flea (Chaetocnema sp.) 25 ml/da 3 day
Gray wolf(Agrotis sp.) 25 ml/da 3 day
Shield Beetle (Cassida sp.) 25 ml/da 3 day


Olive Fly (Dacus oleae) 25 ml/100 l water 3 day
Olive Moth (Prays olea) 30 ml/100 l water 3 day
Olive Karakoshnili (Saissetia oleae) 25 ml/100 l water 3 day


Meadow Caterpillar (Loxostege sticticalis) 25 ml/100 l water 3 day
Green Wolf (Heliothis armigera) 75 ml/100 l water 3 day


Prairie Caterpillar (Lymantria dispar) 30 ml/100 l water 3 day


Cherry Fly (Rhagoletis cerasi) 25 ml/100 l water


3 day

(*) It is inconvenient to use in the Aegean Region.

(**) It is not used in vineyards where harvesting vine leaves will be harvested.

NOTE: The effect time of the drug is 20-30 days.