Mospilan 20 SG 1 kg
Absorbable (systemic) insecticide with very long duration of action (2 weeks).
Excellent resistance breaker when used in combination with other types of insecticides or in tank combinations.
Primarily against corn borers, aphids, moths, beetles, thrips, greenhouse mealybugs, shield aphids, pear leaf blight, plumose aphids.
It is recommended for use in a wide range of crops (rape, maize, sunflower, potato-crops, potatoes, fruit and vineyards, berries, vegetables).
In apples, control of apple moth should be based on a sex pheromone trap prediction at larval stage. In case of delayed swarming, treatment should be repeated after 7-10 days. Control of burrowing moths should be started at the time of main moth swarming and repeated until the emergence of small burrows after swarming. Time of last treatment: maturation.
In pears, control should be directed against young larvae hatching from the eggs of the overwintering generation of pear-leafroller. Consequently, treatment should be carried out on a forecast basis rather than on a programmed basis. Controls should be timed after the appearance of the first imago. Latest date of application: at 50 % fruit size.
In cherries and sour cherries, spray against cherry borer based on yellow sticky leaf swarm observation at the appearance of the first flies / beginning of imago swarming. Control of aphids should be timed to the appearance of the first aphid colonies. The time of application can be determined by using sticky mud traps or mud traps. The timing of the control of tadpoles should be timed after the first imago has emerged. Latest date of application: beginning of ripening.
In potatoes, control of potato beetle should be timed against young larvae. If the larval population is young (L1-L2) and small, a dose of 0,06 kg/ha is sufficient. For older and larger populations, a higher dose of 0,1 kg/ha is recommended. The timing of the control of tadpoles should be after the first imago has emerged. Latest date of application: berry ripening.
In tobacco, control of tobacco thrips is recommended to start at the beginning of thrips establishment. This time can be predicted by blue, white or yellow sticky tabs. Control of aphids should start when the first aphid colonies appear. This date can be established by means of sticky mud flaps or mud traps. Time of last treatment: flowering.
In peppers, treatments against aphids should be started at the time of infestation and should be repeated after 7 to 14 days, depending on the intensity of the infestation. Control of western flower thrips should be initiated during the flowering period, based on flower inspection and blue tooth observation, and repeated after 7-14 days. A high application rate is recommended for proper efficacy. Time of last treatment: full development of the first berry.
In tomatoes and egg fruits, against greenhouse mealybugs, the product is only effective against the adult, motile form, therefore, in combination with insect development regulators (chitin synthesis inhibitors, juvenile hormones, etc.), it is necessary to use them as a control partner. Treatments should be initiated on the basis of swarming observations. Time of last treatment: full development of the first berry.
In cucumbers and courgettes, it is recommended to start spraying for aphids before the emergence of colonies and to repeat the spraying after 7-14 days in case of further emergence. Time of last treatment: start of ripening.
In lettuce, control should be started as soon as the first aphid colonies are observed. The aim of the control is to prevent the aphids from entering the lettuce head. If necessary, control should be repeated after 7-10 days. Final treatment time: 70% leaf weight.
The critical period for control of strawberry aphids and cabbage leaf aphids in budworms is the end of seedling emergence or 1 month after planting. The use of crop rotation significantly improves the control results. Leaf aphids should be controlled when the first small colonies are established. The control of aphids and cabbage aphids should be carried out when the young larvae emerge from the eggs. Latest date of application: at final main shoot length stage.
Control of sucking and chewing pests of herbaceous plants should be timed after the first imago emergence and repeated after 7-10 days if necessary
In forestry crops, control of sucking and chewing pests should be timed after the first suckers have emerged. The product should be applied by aerial application! (Pictures of poplar humpback moth damage here.)
In ornamentals, control of the cotton owl aphid in young emerged larvae should be applied at a dose of 0.25 kg/ha based on swarming observations and repeated as necessary every 5-7 days. For older caterpillars, the higher dose of 0,4 kg/ha is recommended. Treatment against western flower thrips should be started from the time of imago establishment, based on blue fang swarming observation and flower inspection. Spraying should be repeated at a rate of 0,25 kg/ha every 5 to 7 days, according to the rate of establishment. After treatment, Saintpaulia and Impatiens petals may show slight yellowing symptoms. Most of the bristlecone and bark beetles do not become food plants during the year, so in the case of ornamental plants, ornamental trees and ornamental shrubs, control can be started already on the overwintered generation of the partially (anholocyclic) reproductive populations, and based on observations, can be carried out during the vegetation. However, from mid-summer onwards, dormant larvae may be found in the population of some bristlecone species. In this case, treatments should only be applied after their activation and the development of males and sexually reproducing females into litters at a dose of 0,15 kg/ha. On the main host plants of aphids with a change of host, control should be carried out in spring against the overwintered eggs of the hatching generation and any overproducing offspring. In the autumn, however, based on observations of swarming, treatments should be directed against the returning sexual female and the egg-laying female. On summer host plants of nutrient-switching species, it is recommended to start the control as soon as the individuals are established, before the emergence of colonies, and to repeat the control every 7 to 14 days according to the pest risk. For single-host species, treatments should also be carried out before the establishment of small colonies, based on observations, at a dose of 0,15 kg/ha. Control of pine wood nematodes in spring is possible against the overwintering larvae before the start of the emergence of the nematodes. This is because the individuals developing in the cavities of the caterpillars are protected against treatments. The effectiveness of autumn control is enhanced by the fact that the larvae are not yet fully covered by wax braids on their bodies at this time of year, so that they can come into easier contact with the harmful chemical. As the overwintering individuals tend to be tightly lodged in sheltered places at the base of the buds, the use of higher spray rates is recommended. In the case of rotational species, it is also advisable to control recolonising individuals or those living on the leaves of summer food crops at a dose of 0,15 kg/ha. For the control of waxy mildew and turtle weevils damaging ornamental plants in greenhouses and ornamental shrubs and ornamental trees, the product may be used at a dose of 0,25 kg/ha. Control of overwintering individuals should be carried out in spring and control of swarming young larvae should be carried out in summer according to the forecast. Due to the continuous reproduction, it is advisable to repeat the treatment. In ornamentals, the control of greenhouse moths is only sufficiently effective against the adult, mobile form, and therefore the use of insect growth regulators as a combination partner in control is necessary. It is recommended to start treatments at a dose of 0,25 kg/ha based on swarming observations. In the case of leafminers, control should be targeted at young larvae at a dose of 0,5 kg/ha. Consequently, treatments should be started on the basis of the forecast rather than on a programmed basis. Control of cicadas can also be carried out on adult and non-germinating species against larvae at a dose of 0,5 kg/ha. Although control should be directed primarily at the larvae, in the case of cicadas with instars, the product does not reach the developing individuals under the protection of the foam nodes. The need and timing of treatments should be judged on the basis of observations. On ornamentals, control of thrips larvae and adults should be initiated at a dose of 0,25 kg/ha, based on plant inspection, and repeated 2-3 times if necessary. A high application rate of juice is recommended. Control of chickling vetch is recommended at a dose of 0,5 kg/ha based on swarming observations, taking care to ensure adequate coverage of the upper levels of the canopy, also for larger plants. At least 1-2 replicates are necessary. Treatments against leaf, stitching and webworm beetles should be targeted on the basis of swarming observations on emerging and young larvae at a dose of 0,4 kg/ha. However, the effectiveness against older larvae and webworm larvae feeding under dense webs is not satisfactory. For fruit wasps, the application of the product should also be timed against emerging or young larvae before they feed in the deeper tissues of the plant, based on swarming observations. In the case of prolonged swarming, repeat treatments at a rate of 0,4 kg/ha are necessary every 7-10 days. Control of moth pests should be started at 0,4 kg/ha, as predicted, at the beginning of the larval period. If swarming is prolonged, it is recommended to repeat the treatment after 7-10 days. Moth control should be started at the time of main moth swarming and repeated thereafter until the emergence of small moths at a dose of 0,4 kg/ha. For the control of cutworms, treatment should be carried out at 0,2 kg/ha based on swarming observation and at the time of fly emergence. Repeat application every 10-14 days in case of prolonged swarming. In the control of leaf beetles, the product should be applied at the beginning of mass larval emergence and against young individuals (L1-L2) (0,06-0,1 kg/ha). For higher numbers of individuals and mixed larval development, a higher dose of 0,1 kg/ha is recommended. The rate of application should be chosen according to the area to be protected and the type of machinery used, which may be different from the recommended rate, while maintaining an effective concentration (especially in shoots and ornamental plants, ornamental trees and shrubs) to ensure adequate coverage and avoid choking. A dísznövény, díszfa- és díszcserje fajokon az előzetes fitotoxicitási vizsgálatok elvégzése ajánlott. mvi: 0 nap; paprika (hajtatott) levéltetvek 0,125 kg/ha, 3 nap; paprika (hajtatott) kaliforniai virágtripsz 0,4 kg/ha, 3 nap; uborka (üvegházi) levéltetvek 0,125 kg/ha, 3 nap; paradicsom (hajtatott) üvegházi molytet? 0,25 kg/ha, 3 days; ?peach aphids 0,125 kg/ha, 14 days; ?peach moths 0,4 kg/ha, 14 days; apple apple moth 0,25-0,4 kg/ha, 14 days; apple apple leaf aphid, deciduous tree whitefly 0,4 kg/ha, 14 days; pear leaf aphid 0,5 kg/ha, 14 days; ornamentals California flower thrips 0,25 kg/ha, - day; ornamentals cotton aphid 0,25-0,4 kg/ha, - day; cereals aphids 0,1-0,125 l/ha, 35 days; sugar beet mealybug, beet aphids 0,125 l/ha, 35 days; tobacco tobacco aphids 0,4 l/ha, 35 days; tobacco aphids 0,125 l/ha, 35 days; potatoes potato beetle 0,06-0,1 l/ha, 7 days; sunflower aphids 0,15 l/ha, 35 days.
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