Hekthion 65 EM

Hekthion 65 EM

Category : Insecticides

Product Group : Plant Protection

Active Ingredient: 650 g/l Malathion

Formulation : Emulsion concentrate (EC)

Packaging : 1 lt, 250 ml

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Description

Specifications

An organic phosphorus insecticide with contact and stomach activity. Has acaricide effect also.

Method of Application

The management against mealy bug in vineyard takes place in two periods. The first period is when the shells begin to see wetness on the trunk of the vine and the mealy bug starts to move towards the green component. In this period, the groves are about the size of chickpeas and only the vines where mealy bug is seen should be sprayed. The second phase is when the mealy bug passes into leaves and bunches and the grains begin to sweeten. If contamination is detected in most of the vines and also in the exported varieties, spraying can be done in both periods.

Sesame leafroller moth: When the rate of plant contaminated with pest is 20%, management is administered.

Cotton bollworm in tomato: Treatment is immediately started if 5/100 plants are found to be contaminated.

Green component administration is made against pea pod borer in pea.

Sexual attractive traps, effective temperatures and plant phenology are used to determine the administration time against peach moth in apricot.

Against poppy root weevil in poppy, the administration should be made between March and April when matures leave the soil at the highest density and at least 10 adults are seen in m2, before laying the eggs.

When an average of 8 matures + nymphs with a row length of 3 m is detected against the green plant bug at the soy, a chemical management is administered.

Against cotton leaf worm in soy, management should be started when there are 6 larvae of 3 m row length or 2 newly opened egg packages.

Corn: Application is initiated when an average of 2 larvae is seen in a plant.

Cotton: For optimum results in cotton leaf worm management, spraying should be done during the period when the eggs hatch. Spraying should be repeated at 10-15 day intervals if necessary, depending on pest intensity in the season. Application should be initiated when 10 larvae or 2 new bursts (sapling group) in 100 plants is observed.

Cotton: For optimum results in cotton leaf worm management, spraying should be done during the period when the eggs hatch. Spraying should be repeated at 10-15 day intervals if necessary, depending on pest intensity in the season.

The psyllids are counted in all 25 leaves, as 1 taken from lower, middle and upper parts of the main body of the plants randomly selected against the psyllids in cotton. In this way, the average number of pests per leaf is found in a total of 100 leaves from the entire area. The administration should be performed when an average of 10 psyllids are detected per leaf.

Other Informations

Compatibility: Not to be mixed with highly alkaline products.

Detailed Table Information

* : It is not used in vineyard areas where vineyard leaves for consumption will be harvested.

Name of the product Plant Name Pest Name Usage dose Time between last spraying and harvest
Hekthion 65 EM Sesame
Sesame webworm(Antigastra catalaunalis)
100 ml/da Larva 7 days
Hekthion 65 EM Soybean
Green plant bug (Nezara viridula)
170 ml/da, nymph, adult 7 days
Hekthion 65 EM Soybean
Beet armyworm(Spodoptera exigua)
250 ml/da, larva 7 days
Hekthion 65 EM Cotton
Cotton aphid (Aphis gossypii)
100 ml/da, nymph, adult 7 days
Hekthion 65 EM Cotton
Green leafhoppers (Emposca decipiens, Asymmetrasca decendens)
170 ml/da, nymph, adult 7 days
Hekthion 65 EM Cotton
Beet armyworm (Spodoptera exigua)
250 ml/da, larva 7 days
Hekthion 65 EM Corn
Beet armyworm(Spodoptera exigua)
200 ml/da larva 7 days
Hekthion 65 EM Corn
Rice weevil (S. Oryzae)
200 ml/100 m2 area 20-25 days before the product is put into the warehouse
Hekthion 65 EM Apricot
Citrus mealybug (Anarsia lineatella)
150 ml/100 L water, larva 7 days
Hekthion 65 EM Cereals Against pests of stored grains and products 200 ml/100 m2 area 20-25 days before the product is put into the warehouse
Hekthion 65 EM Poppy
Poppy mole cricket (Ceutorhynchus denticulatus)
200 ml/ 100 lt. water , adult 7 days
Hekthion 65 EM Bean
Pea pod borer (Etiella zinckenella)
200 ml/da, larva 7 days
Hekthion 65 EM Tomato
Cotton bollworm (Helicoverpa armigera)
200 ml/da, larva 7 days
Hekthion 65 EM Vineyard
Citrus mealybug (Planococcus citri)
150 ml/ 100 lt. water at all times 7 days

Additional information

Product Group

Crop Protection

Active Substance

650 gram/l Malathion

Formulation

Emulsion concentrate (EC)

Packing

1 liter, 250 milliliters

Plant Name

Apricot, Bean, Cereals, Corn, Cotton, Poppy, Sesame, Soybean, Tomato, Vineyard

Name Of The Agency

Against pests of stored grains and products, Beet armyworm(Spodoptera exigua), Citrus mealybug (Anarsia lineatella), Citrus mealybug (Planococcus citri), Cotton aphid (Aphis gossypii), Cotton bollworm (Helicoverpa armigera), Green leafhoppers (Emposca decipiens, Asymmetrasca decendens), Green plant bug (Nezara viridula), Pea pod borer (Etiella zinckenella), Poppy mole cricket (Ceutorhynchus denticulatus), Rice weevil (S. Oryzae), Sesame webworm(Antigastra catalaunalis)