plant Disease Harmful Weed Latin Name dose Duration Between Spraying and Harvesting
Cereals Süne Eurygaster spp. 50 ml / da, 1-3 years, 4-5 years nymphs and new generation adults 14 day
Grain Hose Beetle Pachytychius hordei 30 ml/da, larva 14 day
Potato Potato Beetle Leptinotarsa decemlineata 50 ml/da, adultnimf 14 day
Pistachio Peanut Leaf Psylla Agonoscena targionii 20 ml/100L. water, adult, nimf 14 day
Egypt Corn Cobworm Sesamia spp. 75 ml / da, larvae (3 sprayings every 15 days) 14 day
cornworm Ostrinia nubilalis 75 ml / da, larvae (3 sprayings every 15 days) 14 day
olive Olive Black Coil Saissetia oleae 50 ml/100 L. water,larva adult 14 day
Olive Fly Dacus oleae 30 ml/100 L. water, larva 14 day
Olive Moth Prays oleae 25 ml/100 L. water, larva 14 day
tomato Leaf
Myzus persicae 50 ml/100 L. water, nimf, adult 14 day
apple Leaf
Aphis pomi 30 ml/100 L. water, nimf, adult 14 day


The required amount of medicine is mixed with a small amount of water in a suitable container. Two thirds are added into the spraying tank filled with water and mixed. The tank is then completed with water. Calibration is performed first to calculate the amount of water to be used per decare. For this, a certain amount of water is put into the tank of the tool and it is calculated by running at a constant speed in the field conditions, how much area can be wetted with the existing water. From here, how much water will be spent per decare is calculated with the calibrated tool. Spraying should be done when the air is cool and calm.


It can be mixed with propineb, thiram, triflumuron. It cannot be mixed with tebuconazole and maroon slurry. It is recommended to make preliminary mixture tests before making a large amount of mixture for spraying.