It is a contact effective acaricide. It acts against the eggs, larvae and nymphs of red spiders by preventing them from changing their period. It is not effective for adults. However, it shows its obvious effect 3-5 days after the application and the effect durability is around 1 month.
Method Of Application
Tomato, Cucumber, Eggplant and Pepper-Red Spiders: Application should be made when an average of 5 live spiders per leaf are seen in tomatoes, cucumbers and eggplants, and 3 live spiders are seen in peppers.
Cotton-Red Spiders: In order to determine the control time, controls are made when the plants have 4-6 leaves. If the pest is only locally located at the edge of the field or inside, only these parts should be applied. Application should be made when an average of 5 live red spiders are seen in the Mediterranean Region and 10 in the Aegean and Southeastern Anatolia Regions per leaf.
Cotton-Red Spiders: In order to determine the control time, controls are made when the plants have 4-6 leaves. If the pest is only locally located on the edge of the field or inside, only these parts should be applied. Application should be made when an average of 5 live red spiders are seen in the Mediterranean Region and 10 in the Aegean and Southeastern Anatolia Regions per leaf.
Apple-European Red Spider: Application should be made when an average of 8-10 live individuals per leaf are seen in the periodic counts of 100 leaves from the beginning of May.
Watermelon-Two-spotted red spider: For the first count in vegetable gardens, the land is entered diagonally from the diagonals of the plots during the flowering period. Every 3-5 steps, red spider nymphs and adults are counted on the bottom and middle leaves of the plant. Live spiders on the leaves are counted and recorded with a magnifying glass. The total number of spider mites is divided by the number of leaves. The number of live spider mites per leaf is found. The fight is decided when there are an average of 5 live red spiders per leaf.
Vineyard-Two-spotted spider mite: The vineyard areas where it spreads should be kept under observation. Chemical control is recommended when 5-8 pests are found on a leaf. If the pest density exceeds the threshold in the counts made after the end of the effect period of the product used in the first application, the second application is made. In applications made before harvest, the application is terminated by taking into account the waiting time of the acaricide used. If the damage continues, it can be applied after the harvest.
Strawberry-Two-spotted Red Spider: Early application: An application should be made when spider mites are seen in flower and green fruit period (before the first ripe fruits appear) in strawberry areas where spiders are a problem every year. Early application is safer as it does not leave any residue on the fruits. In-season application: In cases where early application is not made, open-grown strawberries are checked at 3-5 days intervals at the beginning of the season (end of March-early April). Red spiders appear on the surrounding plants at the beginning of the season on strawberries. First of all, it is sufficient to control and apply these plants. If the population is widespread, at least 50 leaflets are examined in the middle and lower parts of the plant to represent the field. If 15 or more spider mites are detected per leaflet, the application is decided. Application is made immediately after fruit collection. Harvest should be done by paying attention to the time between the last application and the harvest.
Corn-Two-spotted Red Spider: Spraying is recommended if the lower leaves of the plant begin to change color (yellowing or browning) before the grain setting period in corn and the pest is at high density.
It can be applied by mixing with other insecticides, fungicides and foliar fertilizers, except those with alkaline properties. It is recommended to make premix trials before mixing large quantities for application.
Detailed Table Information
|NAME OF THE PRODUCT||PLANT NAME||NAME OF THE AGENCY||DOSAGE OF USE||TIME BETWEEN LAST SPRAY AND HARVEST|
|Delos||Peach||Two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)||25 ml/ 100 L L water||3 days|
|Delos||Eggplant||Two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)||35 ml/100 L water||3 days|
|Delos||Cotton||Cotton red spider (Tetranychus cinnabarinus)||50 ml/da||21 days|
|Delos||Cotton||Two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)||25 ml/da||21 days|
|Delos||Corn||Two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)||25 ml/da||1 days|
|Delos||Watermelon||Two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)||25 ml/da||3 days|
|Delos||Cucumber||Two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)||35 ml/100 L water||3 days|
|Delos||Apple||European red spider (Panonychus ulmi)||25 ml/100 L water||14 days|
|Delos||Tomato||Two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)||35 ml/100 L water||3 days|
|Delos||Strawberry||Two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)||35 ml/100 L water||1 days|
|Delos||Pepper||Two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)||35 ml/100 L water||3 days|
|Delos||Vineyard||Two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)||25 ml/100 L water||7 days|