|Plant||Disease Harmful Weed||Latin Name||dose||Duration Between Spraying and Harvesting|
|*vineyard||Two Points Red Spider||Tetranychus urticae||25 ml / 100 lt water||56 day|
|Apple||European Red Spider
Two Points Red Spider
|20 ml / 100 lt water
20 ml / 100 lt water
20 ml / 100 lt water
|Cotton||Red Spider||Tetranychus urticae||40 ml / da||-|
|Red Spider||Tetranychus spp.||30 ml / 100 lt water||3 day|
|Soy||Red Spider||Tetranychus cinnabarinus||40 ml / da||-|
|Peach||Two Points Red Spider||Tetranychus urticae||40 ml / 100 lt water||21 day|
* It cannot be used in vineyards where harvest leaves will be harvested.
HOW TO USE: Use APOFEN once a year.
- Against the European Red Spider, spraying should be done before the winter eggs are opened, that is, at the beginning of the pink bud period of the trees. If this circuit is missed, spraying should be done when an average of 1-2 adults per leaf is seen.
- As soon as the first movement is seen on the leaves in the gardens dominated by two-spot red spider, Akdiken mite and others, that is, spraying should be done between the crown shedding and the time of fruit set.
- Spraying should be done when the first spider movement (1-2 adults per leaf) is seen against two-point red spider eggs in vineyard and cotton.
- It is decided to fight when there are 3 live red spiders per leaf for small leafy vegetables such as beans, and 5 live red spiders per leaf for large leafy vegetables such as eggplant.
PREPARATION OF THE MEDICINE FOR APPLICATION: The required medicine is first mixed with a little water in a separate container. The sprayer tank is half filled with water and the medicated mixture is added by operating the mixer of the tool. The remaining amount of water is continued to mix and added to the spraying tool.
- It is possible to obtain the best result without spraying with APOFEN with a good coating application. All the trees should be treated as if they were washed with medication.
MIXABLE CONDITION: APOFEN can be mixed and used with all kinds of insecticides and fungicides.