PREPARATION OF PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCT FOR APPLICATION:
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.
Before the application, the calibration of the application tool should be done. 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.
CLEANING OF THE SPRAYING MACHINE:
Empty the application machine's tank safely immediately after the application is completed. After filling the tank with clean water, run the mixer and spray system to ensure all parts are washed. Do not wash near water sources. Do not discharge washing water and wastes into water sources.
HOW TO USE THE PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCT:
During the application, the plant should be wetted in the best way and the bottom surfaces of the leaves should be wetted by attaching underground nozzles to the ground tools.
Apple — Aphids: Spraying should be done when 5-15 shoots of dishes are seen in 100 shoots during vegetation period or 5-10 colonies are seen in shoots. In fruit trees, spraying should be done against aphids in general before the flower and in summer.
Apple-Pear tiger: The first spraying is decided when the number of adults in a total of 100 leaves taken from one shoot in 10 different directions of each tree in the period when adults get out of their barracks and pass to the leaves as of April, but not yet lay eggs. 1. In June, when fertile nymphs are dense, adults and nymphs are counted with the above method. If an average of 2-4 adults and nymphs per leaf is available, second spraying is done. If necessary, a second application is made in late July or the first week of August.
Apple-Tree was hanging: After the first adult was caught in the trap traps hung in May 14-16. Spraying should be done on days (June). When adults continue to be caught in traps, 2nd spraying should be done in August and 3rd spraying in October.
Sapling bottomworms: If detected pest; Adult struggle In May-June (without air temperatures 25-26ºC), spraying should be done as green parts. As for the larvae struggle, in June, July and August, when the pest lays its eggs, surface spraying with a diameter of 1 m, including the graft point, should be made from the root throat every 15 days.
Peach- Peach comma shellfish: In the summer, the first spraying is done 1-2 weeks after the first moving larvae are seen in the controls made from the end of April, and the 2nd spraying is done considering the duration of the drug.
Pistachio - Şıralı Zenk: In order to determine the application time against nymphs, 100 fruit clusters are checked in 10 trees and it is decided that spraying should be done when 25 egg marks per fruit cluster are counted. Spraying is done between mid-May and the first week of June, when the eggs are opened by 50%. The fight against adults in the winter months, when adults are seen on the shoots in February-March, spraying should be done 20 days before the eyes burst.
Pistachio - Pistachio psillidi; As a result of counting on 100 compound leaves weekly since the beginning of May, 20-30 nymphs per leaf are seen, when the majority of the eggs are opened and before the first adult parasitoid release and the adhesive layer (fumajin) on the leaf surface.
Pistachio-Pistachio instinct: Chemical application should be performed against the larvae of the first generation, that is, the wintering offspring. Fruit clusters should be checked from different aspects of 10 trees, and if the contamination rate in fruits reaches 3%, the application should be decided.
Pistachio fruit innerworm: 300 fruits of a year-old, which remained on the tree or poured into the soil, are checked in March-April. If the rate of live larvae detected in the fruit is 10%, chemical application should be done. Adult output is monitored with the controls made since May. The application is started one week after the first adult exit is seen.
Pistachio nutworm: In the controls, gardens with 2-3 egg packages per tree are considered as dishes. If 50% of the trees in the garden are contaminated, the whole garden should be applied, if this rate is lower, only the trees should be applied. During the bursting period of the buds, the first and second term larvae, which have completed their hatching, are applied from the beginning of April to the end.
Olive flower stalk street: Since the olive flower stalk street struggle coincides with the olive moth flower generation struggle, there is no need for a separate application for this pest in the gardens where olive moth is struggled. In the gardens where olive moth is not struggled, application should be done when the olive blooms, in late April and early May, when 25 pests per tree are detected.
Olive moth: It is not recommended to apply in the flower pollination of the pest. However, when there is more than 10% damage in leaves and new shoots at the beginning of the season in the years when the product is low, an application is made to the flower progeny 7-10 days after catching the first butterflies in the flower progeny. Preferably, application should be made only against fruit fertilization. In 10% of the controlled lentil-sized fruits, application is made when there is live ‘‘ egg + larvae '.
Olive swallow beetle: The chemical applications against other pests and the mechanical fight against this pest keep the pest under pressure. No chemical control is required.
Oliveworm: If an adult is seen as a result of the controls, it is necessary to start the application.
Olive cotton louse: If spraying is absolutely necessary, the best time to fight the olive cotton louse is the period until the bloom time, starting 10 days after the first cotton appear on the shoot ends. There is no need for a separate application for this pest in gardens where olive moth is struggling for flower generation.
Olive fly: In the period when the fruit reaches the maturity of the eggs, the number of olive flies caught in sufficient pits and traps is implemented by increasing the number of adults. The number of strikes is determined 1-2 times a week, at least 1000 fruits in the south-eastern parts of the trees, which have started to grease, begin to be lubricated, fluorescent yellow. In the counts, when 1% pound in pickled varieties and 6-8% pound in oily varieties, poisonous bait partial branch application or coating should be applied with ground tools.
Gladiolus flower bulbs mite: When the dismantling onions are cut, their checks are made, and if there is 20% contamination, the fight is started.
Rose aphid: When counting, 20 of 100 rose shoots should be applied when aphid colonies appear on the underside of the shoots and fresh leaves.
Rose sprout auger: Chemical struggle should be done when 5% damage is detected in the middle of April and the end of March, when adults and the first larvae damage is seen.
Sesame moth: Chemical control is applied when the rate of pest and dishwash is 20%.
Small goat beetle in poplars: For new infections where the larvae have not yet reached the wood, two sprayings should be done with an interval of 20 days in May-July.
Plant bedbugs in cotton: When 4 pests are found in 100 generative organs after the beginning of carding, when more than 80% of cocoons mature, C. pallidus should be applied when there are 20 pests in 100 generative organs for the other two species.
Cotton aphid: A chemical struggle is recommended when 50% dish seedling is detected after dilution during the seedling period and an average of 25 aphids per leaf in the field period.
Cotton leaf fleas: In Surveys, a cotton field of 50 da is divided into 4 sections. Leaf fleas on a total of 25 leaves are counted, one taken from the lower middle and upper part of the main stem of the plants randomly selected from each section. In this way, the average number of pests per leaf is found in 100 leaves in the whole area. Application should be done when an average of 10 leaf fleas per leaf is detected.
The plant protection product named OCTOPUS 40 EC is an Insecticide classified as Group 1B according to its mechanism of action. Repeated 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 recommended in the same season of OCTOPUS 40 EC. 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 1B).
Chlorpyrifos can be mixed with Deltamethrin-based plant protection products. However, before mixing with other plant protection products, a preliminary mixture test must be performed.
It inactivates the cholinesterase enzyme in the blood. Headache, dizziness, irritability, impaired vision and turbidity, weakness, diarrhea, difficulty breathing, sweating, saliva, vomiting, bruising, shrinking of the pupils, trembling in the muscles, twitching, contraction and reflex disorder. Other hazard symptoms are given in the section “Hazard statements (H)”.
FIRST AID MEASURES:
After inhalation: Remove from exposure. If the person is unconscious, secure the respiratory tract. If there is no heartbeat, apply external cardiac massage. If there is cough or difficulty breathing, keep it still in a comfortable position. Call a doctor immediately.
After skin contact: Take off contaminated clothing. Wash skin exposed thoroughly with soap and water and seek medical attention without delay.
After eye contact: Rinse gently with clean water for at least 15 minutes. Get medical attention without delay.
After swallowing: Keep the patient cool and rest. If conscious, give 1-2 glasses of water and try to induce vomiting. Repeat until vomit becomes clear. Consult a doctor with this MGBF or product label.
NATIONAL POISON CONSULTING CENTER (UZEM): 114
ATROPIN SULFATE AND TOXOGONIN. Atropine sulfate can be given starting from 2-3 mg up to 100 mg depending on the severity of poisoning. Doctor treatment is applied according to the symptoms and severity.
400 g / l Dimethoate
WARNING WORD: DANGER
HAZARDOUS EXPRESSIONS (H)
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.
H413: May cause long-lasting, harmful effects in the aquatic environment.
P210: Keep away from heat. - No smoking
P273: Avoid release to the environment.
P280: Wear protective gloves / protective clothing / eye protection / face protection.
P370 + P378: In case of fire: use spray, carbon dioxide, foam, dry powder for extinguishing.
P501: Dispose of contents / container to National Environmental Legislation.
EUH401: Follow the instructions for use to avoid risks to human health and the environment.
MATTERS TO BE CONSIDERED WHEN USING AND STORING:
When stored under normal (cool and dry) conditions, there is no change in the physical, chemical and biological properties of the product for 2 years outside the tolerance limits.
The manufacturers guarantee the quality of their products provided that they are sold in their original packaging. Manufacturers do not accept responsibility for any damage caused by incorrect storage of their products or deficiencies in following the recommendations.
LICENSE OWNER AND MANUFACTURER COMPANY:
ERTAR KİMYA Agricultural Products Tools Manufacturing Market. Singing.
ve Tic. Ltd. Sti.
Acıdere OSB Mah. Zafer Cad. No: 8 Saricam / ADANA
Tel: 0 (322) 456 19 44 Fax: 0 (322) 456 19 47
PLANTS AND PESTS THAT IT IS USED FOR:
|Plant Name||Harmful organism name||Administration dose||Time between last application and harvest|
|Apple||Aphids (A.pomi, D.plantaginea, D.devecta, M.
|100 ml/100 L water||7 day
|Pear tiger (Stephanitis pyri)||80 ml/100 L water
|Apple cotton louse (Eriosoma lanigerum)||100 ml/100 L water
|Tree carrot (Zeuzera pyrina)||150 ml/100 L water
|PEACH||Peach comma shellfish (Nilotaspis halli)||150 ml/100 L water
|Plum, apricot, peach, almond, cherry||Sapling bottomworms (Capnodis spp.)||200 ml/100 L water
|pistachios||Şıralı Zenk (Idiocerus stali)||150 ml/100 L water||7 day
|150 ml/100 L water
(Schneidereria (=Recurvaria) pistaciicola)
|150 ml/100 L water
|Pistachio fruit bedworm (Megastigmus pistaciae)||150 ml/100 L water|
|Pistachio eye dried (Thaumetopoea solitaria)||150 ml/100 L water
|Olive flower stem stings
(Calocoris trivialis, C. annulus)
|150 ml/100 L water
|Olive moth (Prays oleae)||100 ml/100 L water
(To leaf or flower progeny)
150 ml / 100 L water
|Olive swallow beetle
|150 ml/100 L water
|Olive wolf (Coenorrhinus cribripennis = Rhynchites ruber)||150 ml/100 L water
|150 ml/100 L water
|100 ml/100 L water
Larva-adult (Poison feed partial spraying)
750 ml drug + 4000 ml protein hydrolyzate / ha larva, adult
|Aphids (Aphididae)||75 ml/100 L water
|Aphid in oil rose
|75 ml/100 L water
Adult-nymph (in bud roses)
|100 ml/100 L water
|100 ml/100 L water
adult-larvae (onions dipped)
|Kavak||Small goat beetle in poplars
|200 ml/100 L water
|Cotton||Plant bedbugs in cotton
((Lygus spp, Exolygus gemellatus, E.pratensis, Creonitades pallidus)
|Cotton aphid (Aphis gossypii)||100 ml/da nimf|
|Cotton leaf fleas