Insegar 25 WG 0,6 kg
Home use: 10 ml/10 l water
Active ingredient: 250 g/kg phenoxycarb
Marketing category: II
An essential product for integrated orchards.
Insegar is an insect metamorphosis inhibitor. It prevents the transformation from egg to caterpillar and from caterpillar to pupae. In chrysalis moths, it prevents larvae from hatching from eggs. Always base the application on pheromone trap prediction.
In apple orchards, the first spray should be applied against overwintering larvae (L4-L5) of drift moths, which is usually in the immediate post-flowering period and may coincide with the emergence of the first generation of drift moths or the start of the first generation of apple moth swarming. In case of prolonged emergence of apple moth generation I, a second spray may be necessary 14-21 days after the first treatment. At this time, a lower dose of 0,3-0,4 kg/ha is usually sufficient. The maximum number of treatments per growing season is two.
In peaches, apricots and plums, one treatment per generation is usually sufficient to control fruit moths, the optimum time for application being the emergence of imago of the pest species.
In grapes, grape moths are controlled at the beginning of the second generation. In case of prolonged, intensive swarming, the treatment can be repeated after 12-14 days. The amount of product required should be adjusted to the risk of infestation, but a lower dose is sufficient for the second treatment.
drift moths 0,6 kg/ha,
apple and pear moth 0,3 kg/ha,
eastern fruit moth and peach moth 0,3-0,4 kg/ha,
plum moth 0,3 kg/ha,
vine moths, grape berries 0,4-0,6 kg/ha.
Practically non-toxic. Hazard symbol - not to be marked. Medium hazard to aquatic organisms. Not dangerous to bees, but spraying during flowering is not recommended as it may disturb the fiasm.
Food health withdrawal period:
apple fruit, stone fruit: 21 days
Weight: 0,6 kg
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