Product Code: 10

Plant protection product, which is calculated upon suggested dosage, is mixed with water in a different container. Half of tank of the application device is filled with water. While mixer of the device is operating, the mixture is added to the tank. The tank is completed with water by keeping on mixing. Mixing operation is continued until the application is completed. Use the plant protection product within the same day.

Calibration of the machine must be made before application. Quantity of the mixture must be adjusted in a way that it will provide a good covering during applications. Applications must be conducted at cool hours of the day and in windless or calm weather conditions.

After application is completed, empty the tank of the disinfection machine safely. After filling the tank with clean water, wash all parts by operating mixer and spray system. Do not perform washing activities besides water resources. Do not empty washing water and wastes to water resources.
Tractors, backpack sprayers, motor atomizers and any other application tool can be used in applications. Pay attention to a good coating of plants with dense green parts. Application should be avoided during the warmer hours of the day when the green equipment are wet or in case of expected rainfall
Pepper (field-greenhouse) Spodoptera littoralis: Disinfection must be made when 1-2 newly burst-out egg packets in 100 plants or 4-5 larvae are seen. The disinfection should be made before dissemination of larvae.
Tomato (greenhouse) Helicoverpa armigera: If 5 of the 100 plants are infected, the application will start immediately
Vineyard (Lobesia botrana): Applications against this pest must be determined in accord with estimations and recommendations. Medication must be applied when number of butterflies caught by sexual attractors reach peak level and start to decrease; when temperature at evening time exceeds 15oC for two consecutive days; by keeping track of larva coming out of eggs; when sum of effective temperature reaches 120 gd (day/grade) for 1st descendant, 520 gd (day/grade) for 2nd descendant, 1047 gd (day/grade) for 3rd descendant; phonologically, when flower buds appear in 1st descendant, when unripe grape appears in 2nd descendant, when sweetening starts in 3rd descendant. One application must be applied for each descendant.
Cucumber (greenhouse) Spodoptera littoralis: Disinfection must be made when 1-2 newly burst-out egg packets in 100 plants or 4-5 larvae are seen. the disinfection should be made before dissemination of larvae..
Cotton Helicoverpa armiger: Sampling begins when the egg population begins to increase in the cotyledon of cotton. A 50-decare cotton field unit is considered for sampling, and three compartments approximately equal to each other are separated. All plants that are a 3 m row length and randomly selected in each section are checked to count eggs and larvae of helicoverpa armiger and when there are 2 larvae in average of 3 m row length, it is decided to disinfect. However, in this period which is called as the basic development period, it is decided to apply the new plantation by considering the nature of the plant renewing itself by creating new harrows and situation of natural enemy. The application should not be done as long as the number of eggs left is increased. However, this time should not be long enough to allow the larvae of the helicoverpa armiger to grow too much. In order to achieve the best effect in disinfection, the stage which the majority of larvae newly emerge from each descendant should be well defined. The application should be done early in the morning or late in the evening as the larvae usually feeds in harrows, flowers and cocoon.
Cut carnation cotton Spodoptera littoralis: If there are 5-6 larvae or 1 egg pack in a row of three meters long, the disinfection must be started. In order to be able to get a good outcome from the application, the application should be done against the larvae of period 1 and 3. Favorable results cannot be achieved if the applications are done against the larvae in the next period.

Cut carnation Helicoverpa armiger: If 5 of the 100 plants are infected, the application will start immediately.

Plant protection product named EFDAL EMABEN 5 SG is an insecticide that is classified as Group 15 according to its effect mechanism. Repetitive applications of pesticides having the same effect mechanism promote development of resistance. For this reason, do not exceed suggested limit of total application of EFDAL EMABEN 5 SG within the same manufacture season to delay the development of resistance. In cases that the application must be repeated, please use plant protection products that have different effect mechanism (apart from Group 6).
If it is desired to mix with other plant protection products, a physical premix test should be performed.

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