|Plant||Disease Harmful Weed||Latin Name||dose||Duration Between Spraying and Harvesting|
|Cotton||* Green Wolf||Helicoverpa armigera||150 ml/da (larva ve egg)||
|** red dot spider||Tetranychus urticae||50 ml/da (nimf ve adult)|
|Apple||Apple Stuffed Wolf||Cydia pomonella||20 ml/100 lt.water(larva)||
|Apple Webworm||Hyponomeuta malinellus||10 ml/100 lt.water(larva)|
|vineyard||*** Bunch Moth||Lobesia botrana||20 ml/100 lt.water(larva)||7 day|
|Egypt||Bozkurt in Egypt||Agrotis spp||50 ml/da (larva)||
|Corn Cobworm||Sesamia spp||30 ml / da (larva) (3 applications every 15 days)|
|Corn Shepherd||Ostrinia nubilalis||30 ml / da (larva) (3 applications every 15 days)|
|Potato||Potato Beetle||Leptinotarsa decemlineata||40 ml/da (larva ve adult)||3 day|
|Sugar beet||Shield Beetle||Cassida spp||25 ml/da (nimf ve adult)||3 day|
20 ml / da (1st-3rd nymphal period and 4th-5th nymphal period)
|Grain Hose Beetle||Pachytychius hordei||25 ml/da (adult)|
|Crop Hump Beetle||Zabrus spp||50 ml/da (larva)|
|Tomato||Green Wolf||Helicoverpa armigera||50 ml/da (larva)||3 day|
|Cabbage||Cabbage Leaf Moth||Plutella maculipenis||25 ml/da (larva)||2 day|
|Pistachio||Pistachio Pisillidi||Agnoscena pistaciae||20 ml/100 lt.water(nimf period)||3 day|
|Olive||Olive Moth||Prays oleae||15 ml/100 lt.water(larva) (çiçekte)||3 day|
|Fındık||Hazelnut Worm||Curculio nucum||50 ml/da (adult)||7 day|
* Not Used in the Mediterranean Region.
** It is used only in Aegean Region against two-point red spider in cotton.
*** It cannot be used in vineyards where harvesting vine leaves will be harvested.
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.
Apple networm: In the 100 leaf bouquet that will represent the garden, spraying is done if there are 4 clusters of larvae that have entered the epidermis or have been knitted.
The time of application of cluster moth against vine cluster moth is determined according to the forecast-warning system. For larvicite application, the number of butterflies caught in the traps should reach the peak point and start to fall, the effective temperature sum should be 120 days-degrees in the 1st season, twilight temperatures 2 days in a row and should be 15 C and above, this should continue in the following days. The effective total temperature should reach 520 days-degrees in the 2nd, 1047 days-degrees in the 3rd, the phenology of the vine should be in the period of flower bud in the 1st, the preserved in the 2nd, and the beginning of sweetening in the third. Application is decided when the first larval outflow is seen. One application is made to each decade.
The application is made when the first egg is detected against the Egyptian wolf and the Egyptian wolfworm. Following the first application, 2 more applications are made with an interval of 15 days.
When the average daily temperature against the potato beetle reaches 14-15 C, it is entered in the field in the direction of its diagonals, and the pest's eggs, larvae and adults are sought in the quarries. The fact that it is encountered at any time indicates that the field is dishwasher. If the application is to be made against the first generation, it should be done when the first mature larvae (fourth period) are seen in the plants. In case of application to the second batch, the egg opening should be completed. During this period, application may not be necessary as the damage due to insect density can be tolerated by the plant. However, as a result of the researches, the 20% damage caused by the potato beetle on the leaves of the potato plant can be tolerated by the plant and there is no reduction in the product. This rate rises up to 40% depending on the phenological period and development of the plant.
Against Sugar Beet Shield insects:
Wheat: Ekin humpback: Surface spraying is done.
Grain proboscis: Spraying is done 10 days after leaving the soil (Sapa rising period).
Sune: After counting to the fields, some counts and evaluations are made in the fields. As a result, chemical control is decided.
Greenworm in tomato: Tomatoes are entered in the field in terms of diagonals and 50-100 plants are checked according to the size of the field, eggs and larvae are sought in the flowers, leaves, stems, fruits and shoots of the plant. If 5 dishes are found in 100 plants, application is done.
Cabbage: The plant is entered in the direction of its diagonals against the cabbage leafworm and a plant is checked every 10 steps. When the symptoms of harm are common, application is decided.
Olive moth: Spraying is not recommended in pest flower pollen. However, when there is more than 10% damage in leaves and new shoots at the beginning of the season in the years when the product is low, a spray is applied to the flower progeny 7 -10 days after the first butterflies are caught in the flower progeny. Preferably, spraying should be done only against fruit fertilization. In 10% of the controlled lentil-sized fruits, spraying is done when there are live "eggs + larvae".
As a result of the weekly counts of 100 compound leaves against pistachio psillid, 20-30 nymphs per leaf are seen, when the majority of the eggs are opened and before the first adult parasitoid emergence and adhesive layer (fumajin) on the leaf surface.
Nuts: Applications, 3-4 mm of hazelnut fruits. should be done in the circuit where it is
MIXABLE CONDITION: It can be mixed with many insecticides, acaricides and fungicides. For mixing, it is recommended to make premix trials before mixing large amounts.