Malinois

Category : Insecticides

Product Group : Plant Protection

Active Ingredient: 240 g/l Tau-fluvalinate

Formulation : Fluid liquid (FL)

Packaging : 1 lt, 250 ml

 Label Information  Safety Data Sheet

Description

Specifications

Malinois has contact and stomach action.

Method of Application

Plants should be soaked thoroughly, particularly the undersides of leaves. In fruit trees, optimum results are achieved by using high-pressure sprayers or mist-blowers and using ample water to soak the plant thoroughly. Fine nozzles should be used for this purpose. The spraying equipment is calibrated first in order to apply the recommended dose per unit area. For this, the spraying equipment is used to apply only water in a specific area (at least 100 m2) and the amount of water to be used per decare is calculated. The administrations to be made against codling moth should be guided according to forecast and early warning system. The aim in the management of codling moth is to keep the trees medicated during the larvae emergence of each progeny and to kill the larvae coming from egg before entering into fruit.

Spraying against apple green aphid should be carried out when 15 offshoots are contaminated.

Against peach aphid in peach, administration should be made when there are 7 contaminated branches in 50 trees from flower buds appear until 3/4 of population transforms into fly form.

Againts pistachio psyllid: When 20-30 nymphs per leaf are observed as a result of weekly counts on 100 compound leaves, when majority of eggs are open and before the first mature parasitoid emergence and the adhesive surface (fumagine) on the leaf surface, administration should be made.

Against apple leaf roller in cherry, spraying is made in the gardens where 7 egg packages per tree is detected in the inspections during winter ad when rate contamination with larvae exceeds 5% in leaf and unopened flower bouquets in early spring.

Against leaf fleas in cotton, leaf fleas are counted on all 25 leaves, 1 each taken from the lower, middle and upper parts of the main stem of randomly selected plants. In this way, the average number of pests per leaf is found in a total of 100 leaves from the entire area. Application should be made when an average of 10 leafhoppers per leaf are detected.

Tomato: For management of aphids, the field is entered diagonally and leaves are taken randomly at every 3-5 steps to determine the number of pests per leaf. Management should be started when the pest count per leaf is 10-20. However, the activity of beneficial insects should be considered before deciding on spraying, observing parasitoids and predators.

Other Informations

Compatibility: Malinois can be mixed with many known pesticides except for alkaline ones. However, farmers are recommended to test a pre-mix at their own responsibility and using their own means.

Detailed Table Information

Name of the product Plant Name Pest Name Usage dose Time between last spraying and harvest
Malinois Peach
Green peach aphid (Myzus persicae)
10 ml/100 lt.water nymph, adult 14 days
Malinois Cotton
Leafhopper(Emposca decipiens, Asymmetrasca decendens)
20 ml/da nymph, adult 14 days
Malinois Cherry
Leafroller (Archips rosanus)
30 ml/100 lt.water adult 14 days
Malinois Apple
Aphid(Aphis pomi)
10 ml/100 lt.water nymph, adult 14 days
Malinois Apple
Apple codling moth (Cydia pomonella)
30 ml/100 lt.water 14 days
Malinois Tomato (field-greenhouse)
Green peach aphid (Myzus persicae)
20 ml/da nymph, adult 3 days
Malinois Pistachio
Leaf psyllid(Agonoscena pistaciae)
20 ml/100 lt. water nymph, adult 14 days

Additional information

Product Group

Crop Protection

Active Substance

240 gram/l Tau-fluvalinate

Formulation

Fluid liquid (FL)

Packing

1 liter, 250 milliliters

Plant Name

Apple, Cherry, Cotton, Peach, Pistachios, Tomato (field-greenhouse)

Name Of The Agency

Aphid (Aphis pomi), Apple codling moth (Cydia pomonella), Green peach aphid (Myzus persicae), Leaf psyllid (Agonoscena pistaciae), Leafhopper (Empoasca sp.), Leafroller (Archips rosanus)