The plant protection product calculated over the recommended dosage is first mixed with some water in a separate container. The tank of the application machine is half filled with water. While the mixer of the machine is running, the mixture is added to the tank. The mixing is continued and the tank is completed with water. Mixing process continues until the application is completed. Use the prepared plant protection product on the same day.


Calibration of the application machine should be done before the application. The amount of mixture to be given to a certain area should be well adjusted in order to provide a good coating. Applications should be done in cool hours of the day in windless or less windy weather conditions.


Empty the sprayer tank safely immediately after the application is completed. After filling the tank with clean water, run the mixer and spray system to ensure that all parts are washed. Do not wash near water sources. Do not discharge washing water and wastes into water sources.


For corn ramsworms: Once the plants reach 20-30 cm of paint, they are checked twice a week and applied with the detection of the first eggs. Two or three applications are made with an interval of 15 days, taking into account the effect times of the product.

For cornworm: the first application is made one week after the first egg package is seen by making checks in the same period, two or three applications are made with an interval of 15 days.

Against apple apple wolf: Applications to apple apple wolf should be guided by the forecast and early warning system. The goal of the apple wormworm is to kill the larvae hatched by keeping the trees medicated during the larval outflow of each period before they enter the fruit.

Apple networm: Medicated control can be done in the spring from the first pest of the larvae to the last larvae period. It should not be late in the fight to avoid excessive damage to the trees. It is recommended to spray against the larvae before the flowers are opened or after 70-80% of the flower petals are shed. In the 100 leaf bouquet that will represent the garden, spraying is done if there are 4 larvae set in the epidermis or knitted.

Wheat in wheat: In order to determine the areas where chemical control will be done, some counts and evaluations are carried out in the winter areas and after landing in the field; As a result, chemical control is decided.

Cereal proboscis: The first emergence of adults and cereal phenology should be monitored to determine the time of struggle. Against this pest gradually emerging from the soil, the application should be started approximately 10 days after the exit (stalk period). The framework and atrap method are applied to decide on the struggle.

Frame method: In the field, counting is done with 12 square meters in 12 places incidentally at intervals of 10-20 steps and application should be made in areas where an average of 5 or more adult insects are detected in m².

Atrap method: Atrap shakes 3 times, counting 10 atrap units in the field. Counts should be carried out in this way at least 12 different points of the field. Application should be made in areas with an average of 15 or more adult insects in 10 atrapies.

Move in wheat: Move struggle is mainly done against overwintered adults. In order to determine the struggle time in a healthy way, migration movements from the winter should be followed very well. For this purpose, depending on the weather conditions, the movement of the moving in the winters is observed from the second week of April. Planting areas around the wintry are checked after the first flights are seen. The fight against mass landing areas should be started immediately, without the opportunity for the pest to disperse and lay eggs.

Sugar beet shields: Both the larvae and adults damage the sugar beet. In the spring, great damage can occur in warm areas, and the leaves can be completely destroyed.

Sugar beet fleas in sugar beet: Since the seed used in sugar beet production areas is sprayed with a systemic effective preparation, the plant is protected against the damage of beet fleas for 35-40 days. Therefore, there is no need for an additional spraying in these areas. It is very important to be careful in combating beet fleas and to start fighting without losing time when necessary, in fields that can be planted with a systemic-effective preparation. In spraying, it is necessary to spray the field completely and leave the untouched area.

Leaf fleas in sugar beet: Special attention should be paid to the winter hosts of the disease. Harvesting of winter products will reduce the meeting in the spring. Cultural methods that provide a good start to the plant, such as proper seedbed preparation, balanced fertilization, will help the plant to resist disease.

Olive fly: When the fruits reach maturity of eggs, at least 10% of the fruits are counted at the 1st, 2nd place. In case of detection of larvae and eggs in the 3rd and 3rd periods, application should be made.

Against hazelnut kernel in hazelnut: In case of more than 2 hazelnut kernels on 10 January in the controls carried out during the period when the fruits reach lentil size.

Vineyard monkeys: In the early spring, if the pest is known to be contaminated with the pest during the outflow period, chemical struggle is recommended in 10 of the 25 vines selected from five places, four corners of the vineyard and one in the middle of the vineyard.

Greenworm in tomato: By entering the field in terms of diagonals, 50-100 plants are checked according to the size of the field, and the flowers, leaves, stems, fruits and shoots of the plant are searched for eggs and larvae. If 5 of 100 plants are found, the application is done.


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


It cannot be used with alkaline plant protection products. However, it is recommended to make a pre-mix test before mixing with other plant protection products.


It has no special antidote. Treatment is applied according to the symptoms.



the alphacypermethrin

H226: Flammable liquid and vapor.

H302: Harmful if swallowed.

H312: Harmful in contact with skin.

H315: Causes skin irritation.

H318: Causes serious eye damage.

H332: Harmful if inhaled.

H373: May cause damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure.

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.

P280: Wear protective gloves / protective clothing / eye protection / face protection.

P301 + P312: IF SWALLOWED: Call the POISON CENTER or doctor / doctor if you feel unwell.

P303 + P361 + P353: IF ON SKIN (or hair): Immediately remove / remove all contaminated clothing. Rinse your skin with water / shower.

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.

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.


  • It is poisonous to bees. Do not use during the flowering period.
  • It is poisonous to the fish. Avoid contaminating groundwater and groundwater.
  • Use only in well-ventilated areas.
  • Store in the original packaging.
  • Keep containers tightly closed in a dry, cool and well-ventilated place.
  • It should be kept accessible to people who are experts in their fields.


When stored unopened in its original packaging under normal (cool and dry) conditions, there is no change in the physical, chemical and biological properties of the product outside the tolerance limits for 2 years.


The manufacturers guarantee the quality of plant protection products provided that they are sold in their original packaging. Manufacturers do not accept responsibility for any damage caused by improper storage of plant protection products or deficiencies in following recommendations.


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Plant Name Harmful Organism Name Application Dose and Period Time Between Last Application and Harvest


Corn cobworm

(Sesamia spp.)

40 ml / da Larva

(3 sprayings with 15 days interval)

Spraying is started when the egg is first detected.

14 day


(Ostrinia nubilalis)

40 ml / da Larva

(3 sprayings with 15 days interval)

Spraying is started when the egg is first detected.


Apple snout

(Cydia pomonella)

20 ml/100 L water


14 day

Apple networked

(Yponomeuta malinellus)

15 ml/100 L water




(Eurygaster spp.)

15 ml / da1-3. and 4-5. Period and New Generation Ergin 14 day

Grain proboscis beetle

(Pachytychus hordei)

15 ml/da

(Aelia spp.)

45 ml/da

Wintered Ergin,

2-5. Term Nymph and New Generation Ergin

Sugar beet

Shield bugs (Cassida spp.) 15-20 ml/da

14 day

Beet fleas

(Chaetocnema tibialis)

15-20 ml/da

Leaf fleas

(Cleonus spp.)

40-50 ml/da


Olive fly

(Bactrocera oleae)

25 ml/100 L su 14 day



(Curculio nucum)

40 ml/da 14 day


Vineyard monkeys (Otiorhynchus spp.) 30 ml/100 L su 7 day


Green wolf

(Helicoverpa armigera)

50 ml/da 14 day

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