Poligor

Category : Insecticides

Product Group : Plant Protection

Active Ingredient: 400 g/l Dimethoate

Formulation : Emulsion concentrate (EC)

Packaging : 1 L, 5 L, 500 ml

 Label Information  Safety Data Sheet

Description

Specifications

A systemic, organic-phosphorus insecticide with contact and stomach poison action and long-term persistency.

Method of Application

Apple – Green Aphid: When contamination is observed in 5-15 shoots in 100 shoots during vegetation period or in the shoots, spraying should be done when 5-10 colonies are observed. In fruit trees, spraying should be done against aphids in general before the flower and in the summer.

Apple – pear lace bug: As of April, when the matures leave the winter quarters and pass to the leaves, but does not leave any eggs yet, When the number of adults in a total of 100 leaves taken from one shoot in different directions of 10 trees is 1 average per leaf, the first spraying is decided. In June, when the 1st fertile nymphs are dense, matures and nymphs are counted with the method above. If an average of 2-4 adults and nymphs per leaf is available, second spraying is done. If necessary, a second administration is made in late July or the first week of August.

During the administration, the plant should be wetted in the best way, the bottom surfaces of the leaf should be wetted by attaching underground nozzles to the ground tools.

Apple – wood leopard moth: In the monitoring traps hanged in May, after the first mature was caught 14-16. spraying should be done on days (June). When matures continue to be caught in traps, 2nd spraying should be done in August and 3rd spraying in October.

Peach – Hall scale: In summer, In the inspections made from the end of April, 1-2 weeks after the first mobile larvae are observed, the spraying is made considering the duration of the drug and the second spraying.

Flat-headed borers: If pest is detected; in mature management, in May-June (without air temperatures 25-26ºC), spraying should be made in the form of green components coating. Larvae management should be made with surface spraying with 1 m. diameter including vaccine point from root collar in every 15 days in June, July, August when the pest lays its eggs.

Pistachio jassid: 100 fruit clusters are inspected in 10 trees to determine the administration time in the summer against nymphs and it is decided that spraying should be made when 25 egg marks per fruit bunch are counted. Spraying is made between mid of May and the first week of June When the eggs are opened by 50%. The management to be made in winter seasons against the matures, when the matures are observed in the shoots in February-March, spraying should be made 20 days before the eyes burst.

Pistachio – Pistachio psyllid: When 20-30 nymphs per leaf are observed as a result of weekly counts on 100 compound leaves as of the beginning of May, 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.

Pistachio fruit moth: 300 fruits from a year ago which were left on tree or shed on the ground are inspected in March-April. If live larvae rate detected within fruit is 10%, chemical administration should be made. Mature emergence is monitored in the inspections made as of May. Administration is started one week after seeing the first mature emergence.

Pistachio processionary moth: The gardens with 2-3 egg packs per tree in the inspections are considered contaminated. If 50% of trees are contaminated in the garden, if this rate is lower, administration should only be made to the contaminated trees. During the bursting period of the buds, administration is made from the beginning to the end of April against first and second period larvae which completed their hatching.

Calocoris trivialis (Olive): Since Calocoris trivialis management corresponds to olive moth flower generation management, there is no need for a separate administration for this pest in gardens where olive moth is managed. In gardens where olive moth is managed, when the olive blooms, in late April and early May, when 25 pests per tree are detected, application should be done.

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”.

Olive planthopper: The chemical administrations against other pests and the mechanical management against this pest keep the pest under pressure. No chemical management is required.

During the administration, the plant should be wetted in the best way, the bottom surfaces of the leaf should be wetted by attaching underground nozzles to the ground tools.

Olive psyllid: If spraying is necessarily required, the best time to manage the olive woolly aphid is the period until the blooming time, starting 10 days after the first wool appears on the ends of the shoots. In the gardens where management is made for olive moth flower generation, there is no need for a separate administration for this pest.

Olive fruit fly: The dents are made in the period when the fruit reaches the maturity of laying eggs, in case of sufficient dents and increase in the number of mature olive insect caught in the shoots, administration is started. The number of strokes is made 1-2 times a week, at least 1000 fruits in bright, yellow, fluorescent yellow colour in South-eastern parts of the trees, rate of count is determined. When 1% of dents in brine varieties, 6-8% of dents in oil varieties are detected in the counts, poison feed partial branch administration or coated administration should be made with ground tools.

Rose aphid: The application should be started when aphid colonies start to appear on the underside of shoots and fresh leaves in 20 of 100 rose shoots.

Gladiole – Onion bulb mite: Onions are cut and controlled at the time of removal, if there is 20% of contamination, management is started.

Sesame moth: Chemical control is applied when the rate of plants contaminated with pests is 20%.

Small goat beetle in poplars: In new infections where the larvae have not reached the wood yet, two sprayings should be done in May-July with an interval of 20 days.

Plant bedbugs in cotton: After the beginning of carding, when 4 pests are found in 100 generative organs, when more than 80% of the cocoons mature, the application should be made when there are 20 pests in 100 generative organs for the other two species, since the damage of C. pallidus in this period is not significant.

Cotton aphid: Chemical control is recommended when 50% infected seedlings are detected after thinning in the seedling period and 25 aphids are detected on a leaf in the field period.

In All Applications

– During the application, the plant should be wetted in the best way, and the lower surfaces of the leaves should be wetted by attaching the under-leaf nozzles to the ground tools.

Other Informations

Compatibility: Can be mixed with substances such as Endosulfan, Chlorpyrifos, Fenitrothion, and Deltamethrin. However, a trial mix should be done before mixing with other pesticides.

Detailed Table Information

Name of the product Plant Name Pest Name Usage dose Time between last spraying and harvest
Poligor Olive
Olive fruit fly(Bactrocera oleae)
100 ml / 100 L water larva-adult (Poisonous bait partial spraying), 750 ml drug + 4000 ml protein hydrolyzate / ha larva, adult 21 days
Poligor Olive
Olive psyllid (Euphyllura spp.)
150 ml / 100 L water nymph-adult 21 days
Poligor Olive
Olive planthopper (Coenorrhinus cribripennis=Rhynchites ruber)
150 ml / 100 L water ,adult 21 days
Poligor Olive
Olive planthopper (Agalmatium flavescens)
150 ml / 100 L water nimf 21 days
Poligor Olive
Olive kernel borer (Prays oleae)
100 ml / 100 L water Larva (to leaf or flower seed), 150 ml / 100 L water Larva (to fruit seed) 21 days
Poligor Olive
Olive moth(Calocoris trivialis,C. annulus)
150 ml / 100 L water nimf 21 days
Poligor Peach
Hall scale (Nilotaspis halli)
150 ml / 100 l water larva 7 days
Poligor Peach
Flat-headed borers (Capnodis spp.)
200 ml / 100 l water adult, larva 7 days
Poligor Apricot
Flat-headed borers(Capnodis spp.)
Fidan dip kurdu (Capnodis spp.) 7 days
Poligor Poplar
Small popler borer (Saperda populnea)
200 ml / 100 L water adult-larva 7 days
Poligor Gladiole
Onion bulb mite (Rhizoglyphus echinopus)
100 ml / 100 L water adult-larva (onions dip) 7 days
Poligor Apricot
Flat-headed borers (Capnodis spp.)
200 ml / 100 l water adult,  larva 7 days
Poligor Apple
Green apple aphid (A.pomi, D.plantaginea,D.devecta,M. persicae,H.pruni,P.persicae)
100 ml / 100 L water 7 days
Poligor Apple
Woolly apple aphid(Eriosoma lanigerum)
100 ml / 100 L water nymph-adult 7 days
Poligor Apple
Pear lace bug(Stephanitis pyri)
80 ml / 100 L water nymph-adult 7 days
Poligor Apple
Wood leopard moth(Zeuzera pyrina)
150 ml / 100 L water larva 7 days
Poligor Almond
Flat-headed borers(Capnodis spp.)
200 ml / 100 l water adult, larva 7 days
Poligor Pistachio
Pistachio jassid (Idiocerus stali)
150 ml / 100 L water 7 days
Poligor Pistachio
Pistachio psyllid (Agonoscena pistaciae)
150 ml / 100 L water nymph-adult 7 days
Poligor Pistachio
Pistachio seed chalcid (Megastigmus pistaciae)
150 ml / 100 L water 7 days
Poligor Pistachio
Pistachio fruit moth(Schneidereria (=Recurvaria) pistaciicola)
150 ml / 100 L water larva 7 days
Poligor Pistachio
Pistachio processionary moth (Thaumetopoea solitaria)
150 ml / 100 L water larva 7 days

Additional information

Product Group

Crop Protection

Active Substance

400 gram/l Dimethoate

Formulation

EC (Emulsion concentrate)

Packing

1 liter, 5 Liters, 500 milliliters

Plant Name

Almond, Apple, Apricot, Gladiole, Olive, Peach, Pistachios, Poplar

Name Of The Agency

Flat-headed borers (Capnodis spp.), Green apple aphid (Aphis pomi), Hall scale (Nilotaspis halli), Olive fruit fly(Bactrocera oleae), Olive kernel borer (Prays oleae), Olive moth (Calocoris trivialis), Olive planthopper (Agalmatium flavescens), Olive planthopper (Coenorrhinus cribripennis), Olive psyllid (Euphyllura spp.), Onion bulb mite (Rhizoglyphus echinopus), Pear lace bug (Stephanitis pyri), Pistachio fruit moth(Schneidereria pistaciicola), Pistachio jassid (Idiocerus stali), Pistachio processionary moth (Thaumetopoea solitaria), Pistachio psyllid (Agonoscena pistaciae), Pistachio seed chalcid (Megastigmus pistaciae), Small popler borer (Saperda populnea), Wood leopard moth (Zeuzera pyrina), Woolly apple aphid (Eriosoma lanigerum)