Category: PLANT PROTECTION
The plant protection product HARU is an insecticide classified as Group 4A-3A according to its mechanism of action.
Active Ingredient: Contains 10% Acetamiprid and 3% Lambda Cyhalothrin.
WG (Water Dispersible Granules)
Haru is a contact and systemically effective insecticide.
Acetamipride irreversibly binds to postsnaptic nicotinic acetylcholine receptors.
Lambda cyhalothrin acts on the nervous system of insects through contact and stomach. Causes permanent damage to the nervous system. Instantaneous. It provides fast and long-term control.
Repetitive applications of plant protection products with the same mechanism of action promote resistance development. Therefore, in order to delay the development of resistance, do not exceed the recommended number of applications of the plant protection product during the same production season. In cases where the application should be repeated, pay attention to the use of plant protection products with different mechanism of action.
Preparation of the drug for administration:
The required amount of medication is first mixed with some water in a separate container. The sprayer is filled with water up to half and the mixture is poured into it and the remaining amount of water is added and mixed.
- Application should be done after morning dew and in the cool hours of the day.
- In order to ensure contact with the pest, it is necessary to spray the medicament, including the lower surfaces of the leaves, in a good coating.
Egyptian Shepherd in Egypt:
A 50-decare field is considered a unit. Zigzag in the field by going in the form of contamination in 100 plants (egg cluster or leaves, stems, stubs, top and stub tassels) are detected. If the number of dishwashing plants is 5% or more, 2 or 3 sprayings are applied with 14 days intervals.
Pistachio Psillide in Pistachio:
From mid-May, once a week there are 20-30 nymphs / leaves in 100 compound leaves, the application is made without the first parasitoid adults.
Olive Moth in Olive:
Pesticide should preferably be applied against fruit offspring. Disinfection should be performed if 10% of the olives of the size of lentils controlled are live “eggs + larvae”. However, if the pest causes more than 10% damage to the leaves and new shoots at the beginning of the season, spraying should be done 7-10 days after the first butterflies are caught in the flower offspring.
INFORMATION ABOUT RESISTANCE
The plant protection product HARU is an insecticide classified as Group 4A-3A according to its mechanism of action. Repetitive applications of plant protection products with the same mechanism of action promote resistance development. Therefore, in order to delay development of resistance, do not exceed the total number of applications recommended by Haru during the same production season.
In cases where the application should be repeated, pay attention to the use of plant protection products with different action mechanisms (other than Group 4A-3A).