A foliar pyrethroid insecticide used to control a broad spectrum of economically important pests.

 

Summary/Passport

Product use: Broad spectrum insecticide for use on wide range of crops.

Composition: 500.000 g / l cypermethrin

Formulation: Emulsifiable concentrate

Registration number: MAPP No. 16993

Chemical family: Synthetic pyrethroid

Mode of action: Cypermethrin works by contact and/or ingestion on insect pests. Working on the nervous system of the insect it causes rapid knock down followed by death.

Shelf life: 2 years

Storage conditions: Temperature from -10C to +35, keep in original container, tightly closed, in a safe place.

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Registered Use
Crops/situations: Maximum individual dose:
(ml product / ha)
Maximum number of treatments:
(per crop)
Latest time of application:
Barley, forage maize, grain maize, oats, rye, spelt, triticale, wheat 50 2 28 days before harvest
Linseed, mustard, oilseed rape (spring), oilseed rape (winter) 50 2 49 days before harvest
Broccoli/calabrese, Brussels sprout, cabbage, cauliflower 50 2 7 days before harvest
Dwarf French bean, edible podded pea, runner bean, vining pea 50 2 7 days before harvest
Beans without pods - dry (outdoor), combining pea (harvested dry), lupin 50 2 14 days before harvest
Asparagus (outdoor) 50 2 -
Fodder beet, mangel, red beet (outdoor), sugar beet, swede (outdoor), turnip (outdoor) 50 2 14 days before harvest
Carrot (outdoor), celeriac (outdoor), horseradish, parsley root, parsnip (outdoor), radish (outdoor), salsify 50 2 7 days before harvest
Potato 50 2 7 days before harvest
Ornamental plant production (outdoor) 10 2 -
Safety

An aquatic buffer zone of 18m must be observed.

When used on crops with a greater than 5m aquatic buffer zone, this product must not be applied via hand-held equipment.

To protect non-target insects/anthropods when applied to cereals, respect an untreated buffer zone of 5 metres to non-crop land.