|Plant||Disease Harmful Weed||Latin Name||dose||period||Duration Between Spraying and Harvesting|
|*cotton||Green wolf||(Helicoverpa armigera)||150 ml/ da||Larva||7 day|
|apple||Apple Stuffed Wolf||(Cydia pomonella)||20 ml / 100 l water||Larva||3 day|
|**vineyar||Vineyard cluster moth||(Lobesia botrana)||20 ml / 100 l water||Larva||7 day|
|Vineyard monkey||(Otiorhynchus spp.)||25 ml / 100 l water||Larva|
|egpyt||Corn Cobworm||(Sesamia nonagrioides)||30 ml / da||Larva||14 day|
|Gray wolf||(Agrotis spp.)||50 ml / da||Larva||14 day|
|Corn Shepherd||(Ostrinia nubilalis)||30 ml / da||Larva||14 day|
|potato||Potato Beetle||(Leptinotarsa decemlineata)||40 ml / da||Larva ve adult||3 day|
|Gray wolf||(Agrotis spp.)||40 ml / 100 l water||3 day|
|sugar beet||Beet Leaf Fleas||(Chaetocnema spp.)||20 ml / da||adult||3 day|
|tomato||Green wolf||(Helicoverpa armigera)||50 ml/ da||Larva||3 day|
|Hazelnut||Hazelnut Worm||(Curculio nucum)||50 ml/ da||adult||7 day|
|Cabbage||Cabbage Moth||(Plutella maculipennis)||25 ml/ da||Larva||3 day|
|Cereals||Kimilians||(Aelia rostrata)||45 ml/ da||Wintered adult, 2nd and 5th term nymphs and new generation adults||14 day|
|CropHump Beetle||(Zabrus spp.)||50 ml/ da||Green parts of the larvae period||14 day|
|olive||Olive Moth||(Prays oleae)||15 ml / 100 l water||Flower generation||3 day|
|Olive Karakoshnili||(Saisetia oleae)||30 ml / 100 l water||Larva||3 day|
|Olive Fly||(Bactrocera oleae)||30 ml / 100 l water||3 day|
|Olive Cotton Lice||Euphyllura olivina||30 ml/100 L water||3 day|
|pear||Apple Stuffed Wolf||(Cydia pomonella)||20 ml / 100 l water||Larva||3 day|
* Not Used in Cotton in the Mediterranean Region.
** It cannot be used in vineyards where harvest leaves will be harvested.
TIME TO USE:
Spraying against cotton and greenwort should be done when there are new emergencies, that is, when the larvae are in the small period. Eggs that are present in this period and will be placed within five days of application do not open due to the effect of the drug and do not form larvae.
In Apple and Pear, the first spraying should be done during the new emergence of larvae. Spraying without the larvae entering the fruit is most appropriate. Considering these criteria, a total of three sprayings are made 20 days after the first spraying against the first generation, and a second spraying against the second generation.
The first spraying against the cluster moth in the vineyard is done during the flower bud period, when the first larvae are seen. The second spraying is safe and the third spraying is applied when the grapes begin to taste.
When the first infections are seen against maize and corn bulbs in corn, the first spraying is done, the spraying is repeated at 15-day intervals.
In maize-gray fighting, disinfestation is started if there are at least 2 succulent plants per m2 or 3 meters.
In potatoes, disinfection is done against larvae and potato beetle.
If there is 2-3 Bozkurt larvae per m2 in the fight against potatoes in potato, spraying is started.
Spraying should be done before the larvae enter the fruit against the green wolf.
In the fight against hazelnuts in hazelnuts, spraying should be done in the period when the hazelnut fruits have a diameter of 3 -4 mm.
Cabbage: Spraying is started when signs of harm are common.
In the grain struggle in cereals, an average of 10 units 2 -5 per m2. It is performed when a nymph or a new generation of adults and Zabrus struggle, when 3 or more live larvae are seen in m2.
Olive moth in olives: Spraying is done when the ratio of salmon (inflorescences) with moth caterpillars reaches 10%.
Olive fly: During the period when the fruits are at the maturity of the eggs, the counting of the fruits is done; Spraying is done when 1% in table varieties and 6-8% in oil varieties are detected.
Olive patrol: Spraying is done in places where natural enemies are not under pressure and parasitization is below 50%. The time with the drug is determined by the active larval outflow. For this purpose, the first spraying is done in the period when 50% of the eggs are opened, and the second in the period when 90% of the eggs are opened.
Olive Cotton Lice: It is applied to the application until 7-10 days after the first cotton appear on the ends of the shoots until the flowering time.
MIXABLE STATUS: TEKVANDO CAPSULE can be mixed with many insecticides, acaricides and fungicides (Pirimicarb, Captan, Gibberellic Acid, Fenpyroximate etc.). It is recommended to make preliminary mixture trials before mixing large amounts for spraying.