|Disease Harmful Weed||Latin Name||dose||period||Duration Between Spraying and Harvesting|
|Peach||Peach Mulberry Crustacean||(Pseudaulacaspis pentagone)||50 ml/ 100 L water||(larva)||14 day|
|Eggplant||Tobacco whitefly||(Bemisia tabaci)||50 ml/da||(larva)||3 day|
|Pepper (greenhouse)||Tobacco whitefly||(Bemisia tabaci)||50 ml/100 L water||(larva)||3 day|
|Cotton||Tobacco whitefly||(Bemisia tabaci)||50 ml/da||(larva)||28 day|
|Tomato (greenhouse)||Tobacco whitefly||(Bemisia tabaci)||50 ml/100 L water||(larva)||1 day|
|Cucumber (greenhouse)||Tobacco whitefly||(Bemisia tabaci)||50 ml/100 L water||(larva-pupa)||1 day|
|Olive||Olive patchons||(Saissetia oleae)||50 ml/100 L water||(larva)||14 day|
|Olive crustacean||(Parlatoria oleae)||50 ml/100 L water||(larva)||14 day|
FEATURES: It protects the insect regulator effect for 20-30 days. The development of larvae and nymphs is blocked and they die during the period change.
PREPARATION OF PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCT FOR APPLICATION:
The plant protection product calculated over the recommended dosage is first mixed with some water in a separate container. The tank of the application machine is half filled with water. While the mixer of the machine is running, the mixture is added to the tank. The mixing is continued and the tank is completed with water. Mixing process continues until the application is completed. Use the prepared mixture on the same day.
HOW TO USE THE PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCT
In peach, the application is done against mulberry crusts against the first and second fertilizers. It is performed at the first larvae exit and 20 days after that. However, it should be taken into consideration that some peach varieties have reached the harvest period in the second fertilization.
In Tomatoes, Peppers, Cucumbers and Eggplants, the area determined to be contaminated with whiteflies against tobacco whitefly is entered in terms of diagonals. In every five steps, 50 leaves are collected from the lower, middle and upper leaves. Chemical combat is applied when there are 5 larvae + pupae per leaf.
When considering the white fly density against tobacco whitefly in cotton, the fight should be started when there are 10 larvae + pupae per leaf.
The application time against olive patrol is determined according to the active larval outflow. In the controls performed, when an average of 4-6 adult females reach the condition with a slide of 80-100 cm, the first application should be made from the end of May and in the circuit where 50% is opened, and the second application in the circuit where 90% is opened. However, in the period when the pest has 50-90% expansion, one application is sufficient since the applications made against other pests (olive crustacea etc.) in the garden put this pest under pressure.
Dish orchards should be kept under constant control against olive crustacean. Before the eyes burst, the branches in various directions of 5 trees that will represent the garden are checked. The existence and rate of living individuals are examined. Starting from the first week of May, moving larvae should be observed. He usually spends the harmful winter during the mature female period. In this period, female shells are very hard and thick. Therefore, the effect of winter crop protection products is not very high. However, it is stated that the density can be decreased by a winter application in the gardens where the density is high in the Marmara region. Except for very high populations, no application should be made against the 1st fertilization of the olive crustacean that damages the leaves and shoots. In the second offspring of the pest, the pest density and parasitization rate in the garden should be taken into consideration. In the gardens where the harmful density is high and the parasite rate is less than 50%, chemical control should be done. For this, from late July to early August, egg females will be checked and applied when 50% of the eggs are opened (70-80% of the second fertile adult rate).
MIXABLE CONDITION: It is not mixed with alkaline plant protection products. However, before mixing with other fungicides, insecticides and foliar fertilizers, a pre-mix test is recommended.