Sivanto Prime 1 l
|HUF 56,440 * (nettó: HUF 44,441)|
Insecticide for the protection of apples, grapes, strawberries, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, egg fruit, courgettes, lettuce and ornamentals.
200 g/l flupiradifuron (17,04 ± 1,02 m/m%)
Water soluble concentrate (SL)
Application by ground:
The amount of spray should be selected according to the size of the foliage area to be treated.
The combination including the oil booster should not be mixed with products containing elemental sulphur to avoid scorching symptoms.
The product may be applied in tank-mixes with tebuconazole in flowering crops or in the presence of honeydew and flowering weeds, or where the area is visited by bees for any reason, using only bee-safe technology. In such cases, control should only be applied after the end of the bee flight period, at the earliest one hour before astronomical sunset. The treatment must be completed by 23.00 or must be interrupted from 23.00 until dusk the following day.
No use. No use. Hazard to aquatic organisms:
not to be labelled
Fire hazard classification:
not to be marked
In apples, quince, pears and pears, treatment against aphids should be carried out at the beginning of the infestation, when the first colonies appear. For higher infestation pressure, a higher dose is recommended. The lower dose of 0,4 l/ha can be applied once a year, the higher dose of 0,6 l/ha every second year.
For pear leafroll, based on the larval killing activity of the product, it is recommended to time the treatment to control young larvae at a dose of 0,9 l/ha based on a forecast. The efficacy of the product can be increased by the addition of an adjuvant, but this increases the risk of scorch, so a trial spray on a smaller area is recommended.
In grapes, American grape berry beetle should be controlled against second and third instar larvae. Since the hatched larvae are not able to spread phytoplasma for 30-40 days after hatching, treatment after 30 days from the first larvae emergence gives a good chance of preventing the spread of the disease. The recommended dose is 0,4 l/ha at cluster elongation, but 0,5 l/ha at anthesis.
In grafted strawberries, control of aphids should be carried out when the first colonies appear. When carrying out treatments, care should also be taken to ensure adequate spray coverage on the heart leaves and on the ducks that have formed.
In sprouted peppers, it is recommended to start aphid treatments at the time of establishment and to repeat the treatment after 10-14 days, depending on the intensity of the infestation.
In sprouted tomatoes and egg fruits, the control of aphids is only effective against adult, motile and first instar larvae, and therefore the use of insect development regulators (keto-enol lipid biosynthesis inhibitors, juvenile hormones, etc.) is necessary as a combination partner in the control. Treatments should be initiated on the basis of swarming observations.
In cucumbers and courgettes, it is recommended to start spraying for aphids at an early stage of colony formation and to repeat the spraying after 10-14 days in case of further emergence. Some cucumber varieties may be more sensitive to the active substance flupyradifurone, so a trial spray on a smaller area is recommended.
In field lettuce, control should be initiated as soon as the first aphid colonies are observed. Although the preparation is absorbable, the aim of the control is to prevent aphids from entering the lettuce head.
In ornamental plants, most bristle and bark aphids do not become food plants during the year, so control of ornamental plants, ornamental trees and ornamental shrubs can be initiated from the generation of the metaphytic eggs (metaphytic in populations with partial [anholocyclic] reproduction) and can be observed 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 0,5 l/ha. In spring, on the main host plants of aphids changing from one food crop to another, it is advisable to control the generation of metaphytic eggs and their possible overproliferating offspring. In the autumn, on the basis of observations of swarming, treatments should be directed against the returning sexual female and the egg-laying female. On summer host plants of nutrient-changing species, it is recommended to start the control on the first colonisation of the species before the emergence of the colonies and to repeat the control every 7 to 14 days according to the pest risk. For monoculture species, treatments should also be applied before colonies are established, based on observations, at a dose of 0,5 l/ha.
Occupational health waiting period:
Food health withdrawal period:
apples, quince, naspolya, pears, grapes (wine, table grapes): 14 days, strawberries, tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, egg fruit, courgettes, lettuce: 3 days
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