Cyperkill Max 1 l
Mechanism of action: contact and stomach poison, paralyses central and peripheral nerve cells.
Synergism, selectivity: The effect is rapid (disarticulation). Insects become locomotor and then die. Non-selective insecticide.
Dose: 50 ml/500 l water.
Recommended technology for plant protection:
In cereals (wheat, barley, rye, oats), apply at the beginning of mass infestation of seed-feeding beetles, aphids or bedbugs or at the beginning of larval infestation. Treatment may be repeated as necessary after 10 to 14 days.
In maize, control of corn earworm and corn rootworm should be carried out before the moths have reached their peak, before laying. The swarming process should be monitored by light or pheromone traps. In the case of prolonged corn earworm emergence, it may be necessary to repeat the control. Control of corn earworm imago is aimed at killing the beetles before oviposition to reduce the next year's larval damage and to avoid chewing of the cob stalks and thus incomplete fertilisation. Control should be timed to the time of mass swarming, preferably before the beetles lay eggs. The drawing dynamics of the beetles can be obtained by using yellow sticky traps, and egg-laying can be obtained by individual examination of the egg contents of the imago (by lightly pressing the beetles' pots and using a hand-held magnifying glass). Spraying with insecticides is prohibited during maize flowering (BBCH 61-68)!
In rape and mustard, control of rapeseed mealybug, rapeseed stem borer, rapeseed borer, rape bollworm should be carried out during the period of pest establishment in the field, while monitoring the number of imago. In the case of rape borer, the need for control should be decided on the basis of the area of damaged foliage. Spraying with insecticides during the flowering period of rape and mustard is prohibited.
In potatoes, treatment against aphids should be carried out at the time of mass infestation. Treatment can be repeated after 10-14 days if necessary.
In sugar beet, spray against owl aphids when young (L1-L2) larvae emerge. Control of aphids, turnip aphid and turnip borer should be carried out at the beginning of the pest's establishment in the field.
In flax, treatment should be carried out at the time of mass infestation of the field by flax borer or lentil thrips.
In onions (red onions, garlic, shallots) and leeks, for control of thrips, it is recommended to apply the product at the beginning of the period of pest establishment, based on observation with blue, white or yellow sticky leaf. It is recommended to control onion moth during the egg-laying period of the females. In onions, treatment against onion fly should be carried out at the 2-3 leaf stage. The use of an adherence enhancer is necessary to prevent damping off of the spray. Treatment can be repeated after 10-14 days if necessary.
In legumes: dry legumes (beans, peas, lentils, lupins, lupins), fresh legumes (beans, peas) for thrips, the product should be applied at the beginning of the period of pest establishment, based on observation with blue, white or yellow sticky leaf, at the beginning of the emergence. For the control of owl pupae it is necessary to spray the product at the emergence of young (L1-L2) larvae. Control of aphids and cutworm beetles should be started at the beginning of the establishment of the pests in the field. The use of an adherence enhancer is necessary to prevent run-off of the spray. Treatment can be repeated after 10-14 days if necessary.
In root vegetables (carrots, parsley, parsnips, celery, radish, black root), control of aphids should be started at the time of infestation, based on the observation of yellow rust, before the first colonies are established. Treatment can be repeated as necessary after 10-14 days.
In cabbage crops (head cabbage, sprouting cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli), spraying should be carried out when young larvae of cabbage leafminers and owl midge emerge. The treatment is also effective against aphids. The use of a wetting agent is necessary to achieve the desired effect.
In lettuce, endive and pepper mustard (arugula), control should be started when the first aphid colonies or aphid-hawkweed infestations are observed. The aim of the control is to prevent the pests from entering the lettuce head.
If necessary, control should be repeated after 10 days.
Control of sucking and chewing pests of aromatic and ornamental plants should be timed after the first suckers have emerged and repeated if necessary after 10 to 14 days.
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|Culture:||Dísznövény, Gyümölcs, Szőlő, Zöldség|
|Növényvédőszer forgalmazási kategória:||I. engedélyköteles|
|FVM Engedély Okírat||T10523-3-Attachment-InternetGazda-Cyperkill_Maxeng.pdf|
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