|Plant||Disease Harmful Weed||Latin Name||dose||Duration Between Spraying and Harvesting|
|Apple||European Red Spider||Panonychus ulmi||50 g. / 100 L. water(Larva,Nimf,Adult)||21 day|
|Two Points Red Spider||Tetranychus urticae||75 g. / 100 L. water(Larva,Nimf,Adult)||21 day|
|Tomato (Greenhouse)||White fly||Bemisia tabaci||100 g. / 100 L. water(Larva, Adult)||3 day|
|Rust Mite||Aculops lycopersici||75 g. / 100 L. water(Larva, Adult)||3 day|
|Pepper (greenhouse)||Two-dot red spider||Tetranychus urticae||75 g/ 100 L water(Larva,Adult)||3 day|
White fly in tomato: It is entered in the field in terms of diagonals, which is detected to be contaminated with white fly. In every 5 steps, 50 leaves are collected from the lower, middle and upper leaves. Chemical combat is applied when there are 5 larvae-pupae per leaf.
Rust mite in tomatoes: Leaf samples are taken from plants that take the color of rust, especially by examining the parts of the plants close to the soil. The leaves are examined under a stereo binocular microscope and pests are sought. Local application is done in plants around the pest. The plants are inspected at intervals of 2-3 days and the whole field is sprayed in case of spread.
Two-point red spider in pepper: an average of 3 live red spiders per leaf is decided to fight.
It can be mixed with other insecticides and fungicides, except burgundy slurry.