|Harmful Organism Name||
|Administration dose||Time Between Last Application and Harvest|
|Cotton||Red spider (Tetranychus cinnabarinus)||100 ml / da (Egg, larva, nymph)||-|
|Cotton||Two-spotted red spider (Tetranychus urticae)||75 ml / da (Larva, nymph)||-|
|vineyard*||Two-spotted red spider (Tetranychus urticae)||50 ml / 100 l water (Egg, larva, nymph)||7 day|
|vineyard||European red mite (Panonychus ulmi)||50 ml / 100 l water (Egg, larva, nymph)||7 day|
|Eggplant||Two-spotted red spider (Tetranychus urticae)||50 ml / 100 l water (Egg, larva, nymph)||1 day|
METHOD OF APPLICATION
Cotton-Red Spider: Controls are made when the plants are 4-6 leaves to determine the fight time. If the harmful organism is only located on the field edge or locally, only these parts should be sprayed. Spraying is performed when 5 live individuals are seen in the average Mediterranean region per leaf and 10 live in the Aegean and Southeastern Anatolia Region.
Vineyard - Red Spider: Spraying is done when there are 5-8 live individuals / leaves in the counts.
Apple-Red Spider: In the counts of 100 leaves as of May, spraying is done when there are 8-10 live individuals / leaves.
Eggplant-Red Spider: Counts are made in 10 leaves per decare in the lower and middle leaves of the plant in randomly selected regions. Spraying is done when there are at least 5 living individuals per leaf.
In fruit trees, first spraying should be done after the flower petals are completely shed, and if there is density, it should be repeated. Since the effect is low in adults, spraying should be started before the adult population increases.
If SEMPATI is sprayed directly on the eggs, the eggs will not open. Eggs left on the medicated leaf will not open. If adults have come into contact with the medicine, the eggs they lay will not open.
MIXABLE CONDITION: It can be mixed with common acaricides, fungicides and foliar fertilizers except strong alkali drugs.
* It is not used in vineyards where harvest leaves will be harvested.