Plant Disease Harmful Weed Latin Name dose Duration Between Spraying and Harvesting
Pepper Leafworm Spodoptera littoralis 35 ml/da 3 day
Pear Pear Psillidi Cacopysilla pyri 50 ml/100 L. water 14 day
Cotton Leafworm Spodoptera littoralis 35 ml./ da 14 day
Pistachio Leaf Blade Agonoscena Pistaciae 100 ml/100 L. water 14 day
Egypt Striped Leafworm Spodoptera Exigua 40 ml/da 14 day

FORM OF EFFECT: It is an effective insecticide that prevents insect growth and development by contact and stomach. It prevents the formation of chitin in larvae and nymphs and causes their deaths during shirt replacement. Nutrition decreases in insects after spraying. Due to the nature of its action, the larval killer effect is seen after a few days. Most of the eggs laid by adults under the influence of the drug do not open.

DRUG PREPARATION: The bottle of medicine is shaken well before use. The sprayer tank is half filled with water. The required amount of medicine is mixed with some water in another container and transferred to the tank of the tool. The mixing order of the tool is run continuously and water is added until the tank is full.


Cotton, pepper, corn: Spraying is done when egg packages are seen.

Pear: First spraying should be done in the early period when new eggs and young nymphs are seen. If the density is high, spraying should be done after 10-12 days or within 3 weeks at the latest considering the second egg opening.

Pistachio: Controls are made from the middle of May and spraying is started when the first nymphs are seen and repeated 20 days later.

MIXABLE CONDITION: It can be used by mixing with drugs containing Dithianon, Alphacypermethrin, Febutatin oxide, Tebufenpyrad. If it is desired to be mixed with other drugs, a premix test should be done.