|Plant||Disease Harmful Weed||Latin Name||dose||Duration Between Spraying and Harvesting|
|Hazelnut||Hazelnut Worm||Balaninus nucum||
100 g / da - 50 g / 100 L. water Adult
|Hazelnut Skunk||Palomena prasina||
150 g / 100 L. water Nimf - Adult
|Prairie Caterpillar||Lymantria dispar||
150 g / da – 75 g / 100 L. water Larva
|Alder Beetle||Agelastica alni||
150 g / da – 75 g / 100 L. water Larva - Adult
|Hazelnut Goat Beetle||Obera linearis||
150 g / da – 75 g / 100 L. water Adult
|Clove||Flower Thripsi||Frankliniella intonsa||100 g / 100 L. water, Nimf,Adult||-|
|Sugar beet||Subsoil Pests||Collembola spp., Blaniulus spp. , Agroites spp.||900 g / 100 kg seed||-|
Preparation and Use of the Medicine
After the required amount of the drug is slurried in a small amount of water, then the required amount of water is added and mixed. Since Message WP 50l is not systemic, all parts of the plant must be treated very well. Spraying should be done in windless, cool and calm times.
In sensitive fruit varieties, like all other carbamate compounded drugs, it can cause fruit dilution. In this regard, trees should not be applied while in the flower circuit.
Message WP 50 can be mixed with all insecticides and fungicides. However, mixtures made with alkaline reaction drugs should not be used immediately.