Plant Disease Harmful Weed Latin Name dose Duration Between Spraying and Harvesting


Corn Cobworm

Sesamia nonagrioides 15 ml / da, larvae (2-3 sprayings with 15 days interval) 14 day

Corn Shepherd

Ostrinia nubilalis 15 ml / da, larvae (2-3 sprayings with 15 days interval) 14 day

Olive moth

Prays oleae 5 ml / 100 l water, larva -

Olive fly

Bactrocera oleae 6 ml / 100 l water, larva -


Saissetia oleae 10 ml / 100 l waterlarva, adult -


First, the required amount of medicine is mixed with some water in a separate container. The prepared mixture is added to the tank of the spraying device filled with water until half of it. The tank is mixed with the required amount of water and made ready for spraying. The prepared mixture is sprayed to cover all parts of the plant when the air is cool and calm.


For corn cobworm, when the plants reach 20-30 cm of paint, they are checked twice a week and spraying is carried out with the detection of the first eggs.

For corn maggots, the first spraying is done one week after the first egg package is seen by making checks in the same period, two or three spraying is done with an interval of 15 days.


Olive moth gives three fertilizers per year. Spraying should be started when 10% or more damage to the flower cluster against flower pollination and 10% and more damage to the fruit against fruit pollination.

Olive fly, by the time the fruits reach the maturity of the eggs, by making the counting of the fruit; Disinfection is performed when 1% pouch (egg or larva) is found in table varieties (fruit) and 6-8% pouch (egg or larva) in oily varieties.

The spraying time is determined according to the active larvae outlet for olive land cone. When 50% of the eggs are opened in 20-25 cm long shoots, the first spraying is done, if necessary, the second spraying is performed in the circuit where 90% is opened.

MIXABLE: Propineb can be mixed with thiram-containing fungicides and triflumuron-containing insecticides. Can not be mixed with drugs containing Tebuconazole