|Harmful Organism Name||Disease Name||Administration dose||Time Between Last Application and Harvest|
|Pistachio||Pistachio psillidi (Agonoscena pistaciae)||20 ml / 100 L water nymph||3 day|
|*vineyard**||Bunch of moth (Lobesia botrana)||20 ml/100 L water , larva||7 day|
|vineyard***||Booth(Agrotis spp.)||30 ml/100 L water , larva||7 day|
|Wheat||Sune (Eurygaster spp.)||20 ml / da (1st-3rd and 4th-5th term nymphs)||14 day|
|Wheat||Crop hump beetle (Zabrus spp.)||50 ml / da larva Surface spraying||14 day|
|Wheat||Grain proboscis beetle (Pachytychius hordei)||25 ml/da adult||14 day|
|Tomato||Green wolf (Helicoverpa armigera)||50 ml/da larva||3 day|
|Apple||Apple corundum (Cydia pomonella)||20 ml / 100 L water, larvae||3 day|
|Apple||Apple networm (Hyponomeuta malinellus)||10 ml / 100 L water larva||3 day|
|Hazelnut||Hazelnut worm (Curculio nucum)||50 ml / da, adult||7 day|
|Cabbage||Cabbage leaf moth (Plutella maculipennis)||25 ml/da, larva||2 day|
|Egypt||Corn cobworm (Sesamia spp.)||30 ml / da, larvae (3 sprayings every 15 days)||14 day|
|Egypt||Gray wolf(Agrotis spp.)||50 ml/da larva||14 day|
|Egypt||Corn wolf (Ostrinia nubilalis)||30 ml / da larva (3 sprayings with 15 days interval)||14 day|
|Cotton||*Green wolf(Helicoverpa armigera)||50 ml / da nymph and adult||7 day|
|Cotton||** Two-Point red spider (Tetranychus urticae)||50 ml / da nymph and adult||7 day|
|Potato||Potato beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata)||40 ml / da larva and adult||3 day|
|Sugar beet||Shield bugs (Cassida spp.)||25 ml / da nymph and adult||3 day|
|Olive||Olive moth (in flower) (Prays oleae)||15 ml/100 L water larva||3 day|
METHOD OF APPLICATION
How to Use the Herbal Protection Product:
Against the greenworm in cotton: All plants of 3 m row length selected randomly are checked and the greenworm eggs and larvae are counted and the application is decided when an average of 2 m larvae of 3 m are found.
Against two-point red spiders: Surveys are started after the plants have 4-6 leaves in order to determine the fighting time. If the pest is found only locally and in the field, only these parts should be treated with specific medicines. In case the pest spreads throughout the field, if the density has reached 5 Red spiders per Mediterranean in the survey and 10 Red spiders in the Aegean and Southeastern Anatolia Region, coating should be applied.Applesworm: The sprayings to be made on appleworm should be directed according to the forecast and early warning system. The aim of the apple wormworm is to kill the larvae hatched by keeping the trees medicated during the larval outflow of each decade before entering the fruit.
Apple networm: In the 100 leaf bouquet that will represent the garden, spraying is done if there are 4 clusters of larvae that have entered the epidermis or have been knitted.
Against vine cluster moth: The cluster moth application times are determined according to the forecast-warning system. For larvacite application, the number of butterflies caught in the traps should reach the peak and begin to fall, the total of the effective temperature should be 120 days-degrees in the 1st season, twilight temperatures 2 days in a row and should be 15 ° C and above, this should continue in the following days. The effective total temperature should reach 520 days-degrees in the 2nd, 1047 days-degrees in the 3rd, the phenology of the vine should be in the period of flower bud in the 1st, the preserved in the 2nd, and the beginning of sweetening in the third. When the first larval outflow is seen, it is decided to spray it. One application is made to each decade.
Against cornworm and cornwormworm: Application is made when the first egg is detected. Following the first application, 2 more applications are made with an interval of 15 days.
Against the potato beetle: When the average daily temperature reaches 14-15 ° C, it is entered in the field in the direction of its diagonals, and the eggs, larvae and adults of the pest are searched in the quarries. Having any period indicates that the field is dishwasher. If the application is to be made against the first generation, it should be done when the first mature larvae (fourth period) are seen in the plants. In case of application to the second batch, the egg opening should be completed. During this period, application may not be necessary as the damage due to insect density can be tolerated by the plant. However, as a result of the researches, the 20% damage caused by the potato beetle on the leaves of the potato plant can be tolerated by the plant and there is no reduction in the product. This rate rises up to 40% depending on the phenological period and development of the plant.
Wheat: Crop humpback: Surface spraying is done.
Grain proboscis: Spraying is done 10 days after leaving the soil (Sapa rising period).
Sune: After counting to the fields, some counts and evaluations are made in the fields. As a result, chemical control is decided.
Against greenweed in tomato: By entering the field in terms of diagonal, 50-100 plants are checked according to the size of the field, and the flowers and leaves, stems, fruits and shoots of the plant are searched for eggs and larvae. If 5 of 100 plants are found dishes are applied.
Cabbage: Against the leaf of cabbage: Enter the field in the direction of its diagonals and check a plant every 10 steps. When the symptoms of harm are common, application is decided.
Olive moth: Spraying is not recommended in the flower pollination of the pest. However, when there is more than 10% damage in leaves and new shoots per season in the years when the product is low, a spraying is applied to the flower progeny 7-10 days after catching the first butterflies in the flower progeny. Preferably, spraying should be done only against fruit fertilization. Spraying is carried out when 10% of the lentil-sized fruits are checked when there are live “eggs + larvae”.
Against pistachio psillid: When weekly counts of 100 compound leaves are seen, 20-30 nymphs per leaf, when most of the eggs are opened and before the first adult parasitoid exit and adhesive layer (fumajin) on the leaf surface should be applied.
Miscibility: PASSAT® can be mixed with many insecticides, acaricides and fungicides. It is recommended to make premix trials before mixing large amounts for spraying.
* Not Used in the Mediterranean Region.
** It is used only in the Aegean Region.
*** It is not used in vineyards where harvest leaves will be harvested.