Maestro 5 EC

Category : Insecticides

Product Group : Plant Protection

Active Ingredient: 50 g/l Lambda-cyhalothrin

Formulation : EC (Emulsion concentrate)

Packaging : 1 lt, 5 lt, 250 ml

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Description

Specifications

Has contact and stomach action; effective with rapid and permanent effect. Not affected by precipitation falling shortly after application. Different from other synthetic pyrethroid pesticides in terms of its mechanism of action and the pest controlled.

Method of Application

In the cotton field, the plants on 6-8 randomly selected cotton lines of 3 m are checked and bollworm eggs and larva are counted. If there are an average of 2-5 larvae on a line of 3 m, management is decided.

In order to determine the application time against Two-Point Red Spiders in cotton, surveys are started after the plants have 4-6 leaves. If the pest is only locally located on the edge of the field and inside, only these parts should be sprayed with specific drugs. In case the pest spreads to the whole field, if the density reaches 5 red spiders per leaf in the Mediterranean Region and 10 red spiders in the Aegean and Southeastern Anatolia Regions, coating spraying should be done.

In apple codling moth management, sprayings are done according to a forecast and warning system. The aim of apple codling moth management is keeping the trees sprayed at the time of larva emergence in each generation and killing the larva before entering the fruit.

Apple ermine moth: In the 100 leaf bouquet that will represent the garden, spraying is made if there are 4 cluster of larvae that entered the epidermis or made the net.

In grapevine moth management, sprayings are done according to a forecast and warning system. If the number of moths caught in traps has reached peak and started to fall; accumulated degree-days reach 120 degree-days in the first generation, 520 degree-days in the second generation and 1047 degree-days in the third generation; and if, from a phenological perspective, first generation corresponds to the flower bud stage, second generation to unripe grape and third generation to start of sweetening; eggs are checked and spraying is decided according to hatching. One spraying is done for each generation.

Corn: The first spraying is done after the first eggs of the pest are seen, followed by 2nd and 3rd sprayings done at 15-day intervals.

Against sunn pest in cereals, chemical management is decided according to the counts in the fields and assessments.

Cereal weevil: Spraying is made 10 days after leaving the soil (Stem rising period).

A spraying against leaf psyllid in pistachio should be carried out when 20-30 nymphs are seen per compound leaf.

Olive moth: Administration is not recommended in flower progeny of pest. However, when there is more than 10% pest in leaves and new shoots at the beginning of the season when the product is low, 7-10 days after catching the first butterflies in the flower progeny, an administration is made to the flower progeny. Preferably, administration should be made only against fruit fertilization. Administration is made when 10% of the lentil-sized fruits that are inspected live “egg + larvae”.

Other Informations

Compatibility: A trial mix is recommended before large-volume mix preparation.

Detailed Table Information

Name of the product Plant Name Pest Name Usage dose Time between last spraying and harvest
Maestro 5 EC Olive
Olive moth (Prays oleae)
15 ml / 100 lt water larva 3 days
Maestro 5 EC Sugar beet
Shield bug (Cassida spp.)
25 ml / da nymph and adult 3 days
Maestro 5 EC Cotton
Cotton bollworm (Helicoverpa armigera)
150 ml / da larva, egg 7 days
Maestro 5 EC Cotton
Red spider mite (Tetranychus urticae)
50 ml / da nymph and adult 7 days
Maestro 5 EC Corn
Corn stalk borer (Rhopalosiphum maidis)
75 ml/da (nymph and adult) 14 days
Maestro 5 EC Corn
European corn borer (Ostrina nubilalis)
30 ml / da larva 3 sprayings with an interval of 15 days 14 days
Maestro 5 EC Corn
Corn stalk borer (Sesamia spp.)
30 ml / da arva 3 sprayings with an interval of 15 days 14 days
Maestro 5 EC Corn
Cutworms (Agrotis spp.)
50 ml / da larva 14 days
Maestro 5 EC Cabbage
Cabbage moth (Plutella spp.)
25 ml / da larva 2 days
Maestro 5 EC Hazelnut
Hazelnut weevil(Curcilio nucum)
50 ml / da adult 7 days
Maestro 5 EC Apple Codling moth 20 ml / 100 lt water larva 3 days
Maestro 5 EC Apple
Apple ermine moth (Hyponomeuta spp.)
10 ml / 100 lt water larva 3 days
Maestro 5 EC Tomato
Cotton bollworm (Helicoverpa armigera)
50 ml / da larva 3 days
Maestro 5 EC Wheat
Cereal weevil(Phyllotreta spp., Psylliodes spp.)
30 ml/da adult 14 days
Maestro 5 EC Wheat
Sunn pest(Eurygaster integriceps)
20 ml / da (all nymphal stages) 14 days
Maestro 5 EC Wheat Cereal weevil 25 ml / da adult 14 days
Maestro 5 EC Wheat
Corn ground beetle (Zabrus spp.)
50 ml / da larva 14 days
Maestro 5 EC Vineyard
Vine moth(Lobesia botrana)
20 ml /100 lt water larva 7 days
Maestro 5 EC Vineyard
Cotton bollworm (Agrotis spp.)
30 ml /100 lt water larva 7 days
Maestro 5 EC Almond
Almond moth (Eurytoma amygdali)
50 ml/100L water 3 days
Maestro 5 EC Quince
Codling moth (Cydia pomonella)
20 ml/100L water , larva 3 days
Maestro 5 EC Pear
Codling moth (Cydia pomonella)
20 ml/100L water , larva 3 days
Maestro 5 EC Pistachio
Pistachio psyllid (Agonoscena pistaciae)
20 ml / 100 lt water  nimf 3 days

Additional information

Product Group

Plant Protection

Active Substance

50 g/l Lambda-cyhalothrin_

Formulation

EC (Emulsion concentrate)

Packing

1 lt, 5 lt, 250 ml_

Plant Name

Almond, Apple, Cabbage, Corn, Cotton, Hazelnut, Olive, Pear, Pistachios, Quince, Sugar Beet, Tomato, Vineyard, Wheat

Name Of The Agency

Almond moth (Eurytoma amygdali), Apple ermine moth (Hyponomeuta spp.), Cabbage moth (Plutella spp.), Cereal weevil, Cereal weevil(Phyllotreta spp., Psylliodes spp.), Codling moth (Cydia pomonella), Codling moth(Cydia pomonella), Corn ground beetle (Zabrus spp.), Corn stalk borer (Rhopalosiphum maidis), Cotton bollworm (Agrotis spp.), Cotton bollworm (Helicoverpa armigera), Cutworms (Agrotis spp.), European corn borer (Ostrina nubilalis), Hazelnut weevil(Curcilio nucum), Mediterranean corn stalk borer (Sesamia spp.), Olive moth (Prays oleae), Pistachio psyllid (Agonoscena pistaciae), Red spider mite (Tetranychus urticae), Shield bug (Cassida spp.), Sunn pest(Eurygaster integriceps), Vine moth(Lobesia botrana)