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Controlling key pests in virginia vegetables

B. Chemicals that may be useful in rotation to reduce resistance DEPENDING ON VALID, REGISTRATIONS, PERMITS,
OR EXEPTIONS THAT APPLY
Some of the permits/registrations listed here may already be
invalid due to review outcomes
Western Flower Thrips Greenhouse Whitefly  Capsicums  Cucumbers Two Spotted Mites (Spider Mites)
Western flower Thrips

CAPSICUMS
Western Flower Thrips
Add later: Image of Life cycle as per web page, noting time between life stages, total life span and stages not killed by contact AVAILABLE CHEMICALS: reg, permit, (Note re exemptions later) Example brand names Rate (Low volume only) Standout comments Permit No and Dates Supracide (Syngenta) PER7837, expires 30/9/07 2L/ha get /100mL WHP 7 days, max 3 sprays/crop Lannate/Marlin (Crop PER7836, expires 30/9/07 2L/ha get /100mL, WHP 1 day, max 3 sprays/crop no permits for capsicums PER6793 Cucumber, to 30/6/06 Vertimec (Syngenta) no permits for capsicums PER7833 Cucumber, to 30/9/08 Endosulfan (Farmoz) PER8321, expires 30/9/08 WHP 7 days, max 2 sprays/crop CUCUMBERS
Western Flower Thrips
Add later: Image of Life cycle as per web page, noting time between life stages, total life span and stages not killed by contact AVAILABLE CHEMICALS: reg, permit, (Note re exemptions later) Example brand name Rate (Low volume only) Standout comments Permit No and Dates Supracide (Syngenta) no permits for cucumbers PER7837 Capsicum, to 30/9/07 Lannate/Marlin (Crop PER7836, expires 30/9/07 2L/ha get /100mL WHP 1 day, max 3 sprays/crop Care/Bayer) Success (Dow) PER6793, expires 30/3/06 WHP 1 day, avoid stock grazing on treated crop/waste Vertimec (Syngenta) PER7833, expires 30/9/08 WHP 3 days, max 2 sprays/crop Endosulfan (Farmoz) PER8321, expires 30/9/08 WHP 7 days, max 2 sprays/crop Greenhouse Whitefly
CAPSICUMS
Whitefly (Greenhouse whitefly/SL Whitefly)
Add later: Image of Life cycle as per web page, noting time between life stages, total life span and stages not killed by contact AVAILABLE CHEMICALS: reg, permit, (Note re exemptions later) Rate (Low volume only) Standout comments Permit No and Dates Lannate/Marlin no current permits PER7836 Capsicum, WFT to 31/12/07 Confidor (Bayer) no current permits PER7815 Cucumber, to 30/11/07 PER5735 Brassicas, to 28/2/08 no current permits, NRA 48193/0503 no current permits PER7627 Cucumber.eggplant, SL whitefly, to 31/3/06, QLD, WA & NT only Chess (Syngenta) no current permits PER7629 Cucumber to 31/3/06, SL whitefly, NSW, QLD, NT & WA only no current permits PER7628 Cucumber,eggplant, to 30/3/06, SL whitefly, QLD, WA & NT only (Sumitomo) Bulldock (Bayer) PER7356, expires 31/7/08 no current permits in SA PER8249 Capsicum, to 31/3/10, QLD, WA &NT only CUCUMBERS
Whitefly (Silverleaf whitefly, Greenhouse whitefly)
Add later: Image of Life cycle as per web page, noting time between life stages, total life span and stages not killed by contact AVAILABLE CHEMICALS: reg, permit, (Note re exemptions later) Rate (Low volume only) Standout comments Permit No and Dates Lannate/Marlin PER7836 WFT, to 30/9/07 Confidor (Bayer) PER7815, expires30/11/07 no current permits, NRA 48193/0503 PER8765 Cucumber, cucumber moth larvae, WA only no permits in SA PER7627 Cucumber, SL whitefly, to 31/3/06, QLD, WA & NT only Chess (Syngenta) no permits in SA PER7629 Cucumber, SL whitefly, to 31/3/06, NSW, QLD, WA & NT only no permits in SA PER7628 Cucumber, SL whitefly, to 31/3/06, QLD, WA & NT only (Sumitomo) Bulldock (Bayer) no permits for cucumbers PER7356 Capsicum, to 31/7/08 no permits in SA PER8249 Capsicum, to 31/3/10, QLD, WA &NT only Two Spotted Mites
CAPSICUMS
Mites (red spider/two spotted mites, broad mites)
AVAILABLE CHEMICALS: reg, permit, (Note re exemptions later) Example brand names Active constituent Rate (Low volume only) Standout comments Permit No and Dates Vertimec (Syngenta) permit expired 2003 PER7355 Cucumber,zucchini, TSM, to 31/3/07 PER6650 Eggplant ,TSM, to 16/8/08 Kelthane (Crop Care) no current permits, NRA 48201/1000 PER7282 Passionfruit, Passionfruit mite, to 30/3/06 NSW, QLD only Omite (Crompton) no current permits, NRA 48086/0702 Acramite (Crompton) no permits ever issued, no NRA Masta-mite (Crompton) Dicofol/Tetradifon no permits ever issued, no NRA Morestan (Bayer) no permits ever issued, NRA 33992/0704 PER8331, expires 31/3/06 harvest after 1 day CUCUMBERS
Mites (red spider/two spotted mites, broad mites)
AVAILABLE CHEMICALS: reg, permit, (Note re exemptions later) Example brand name Active constituent Rate (Low volume only) Standout comments Permit No and Dates Vertimec (Syngenta) PER7355, expires 31/3/07 300mL/ha get /100mL WHP 3 days, max 2 sprays/crop Kelthane (Crop Care) no current permits, NRA 48201/1000 PER7282 Passionfruit, Passionfruit mite, to 30/3/06 NSW, QLD only Omite (Crompton) no current permits, NRA 48086/0702 Acramite (Crompton) no permits ever issued, no NRA Masta-mite (Crompton) Dicofol/Tetradifon no permits ever issued, no NRA Morestan (Bayer) no permits ever issued, NRA 33992/0704 permit expired 2004 PER8331 Capsicum, to 31/3/06 C. Key insecticide properties * Note: Please seek additional advice to confirm any decision prompted by information contained
here because:

Not all risks and benefits are fully covered
This list does not rate resistance levels
Impact on beneficial insects is noted in some cases
Pesticide group is noted in the list above
Chemicals summarised and pest targets ACTIVE PEST TARGETS INCLUDED Success/Naturalyte Various pests: including thrips and whitefly Various pests: including thrips, whitefly and mites Natural pyrethrin Various pests: including thrips, whitefly and mites Various pests: including thrips and whitefly whitefly, aphids Endosulfan/Thiodan Chemicals to be added to the review * DISCLAIMER: This information is not endorsed by any manufacturer or distributor and is not provided as technical advice for product users. It is incomplete information and does not include all factors that may affect chemical behaviour – e.g. use of pH buffers * Common brand name: Success Naturalyte®
Active constituent: Spinosad – various pests
For details of any current permit or registration:
Compatability with beneficial insects: Safe to predatory insects, mites and spiders. May temporarily
Please see attached notes.
reduce parasitoid wasp and ant populations. Avoid direct application to bees. Once dried will not harm Please check for recent changes to permits on the APVMA web
site: http://www.apvma.gov.au
Mode of action:
Contact, ingestion
Life stages impacted: nymphs and adults. For legumes
Time to kill: Results observed 1-3 days
and ovicidal-like activity. entrenched Heliothis and looper larvae will not be controlled. Coverage notes:
Resistance management;
Use of oils and adjuvants:
Breakdown sensitive to:
Good coverage of insect feeding DO NOT APPLY MORE Some crops suggest use of a for mixing (with
1. pH: Use only clean water, pH 5-9 sites is essential as Spinosad is THAN 4 TIMES PER non ionic wetter, i.e. for waxy 2. High salinity: currently making enquiries. surfaces like Brassica leaves. fertilisers, trace Any more specific details on that? Do not use lower than label 3. Temperature: Above 24deg., but insects Apply min volume of 250L/ha and rates. Oils certainly help penetration may hide if too hot. (not over 28 deg. for increase spray volume as crop For WFT: use 3 if chasing leafminers. aerial spray-drying out > not sticking) grows. Use nozzles that give consecutive sprays only, 3- 4. Low humidity: ? droplets in the size range of 150- 5 days apart when 5. UV light: rapid breakdown so re- 200 microns. High water volumes temp>20deg & 6-12 days infestations can occur and establish rapidly definitely help. apart when temp <20deg. (can look like spray failures).Store and mix For further control switch product out of direct sunlight. Can add wetting agent to improve to approved product from another chemical group. Ensure spray dries completely before Ensure chemical rotation partners are also effective Repeat applications 7-14 days as new against target pest. infestations occur.
Witholding period 3 days in most
cases.
Key notes on usage:
To minimise UV breakdown and get maximum contact with pest insects best to apply late in the day/early morning on warm days
Old product may suffer from settling out (as with all SCs). Needs to be stirred thoroughly to re-suspend bottom sediment if this has occurred.
Common brand name: Nitofol®
Active constituent: Methamidophos –various pests
For details of any current permit or registration:
Compatability with beneficial insects: Direct application is highly toxic to all beneficial insects,
Please see attached notes.
invertebrates, birds, mammals and humans. Please check for recent changes to permits on the APVMA web
site: http://www.apvma.gov.au
Mode of action:
Systemic
Life stages impacted: Eggs, nymphs and adults because
Time to kill: On contact or ingestion ?
insecticide with contact and of contact and systemic action.? digestive action.? Inhibits nervous
system.
Coverage notes:
Resistance management:
and Compatibility for
Breakdown sensitive to:
adjuvants:
mixing (with
Good coverage is essential. Apply For WFT: use 3 consecutive fungicides fertilisers, 2. High salinity: ? as a full cover spray. sprays only, up to 5 days Some crops suggest use trace elements etc.) 3. Temperature: ? Do not use at higher concentrations apart. For further control of a wetter, i.e. for waxy 4. Low humidity: ? than recommended for crop. switch to approved product Brassica Compatible with 5. UV light: Do not store in sunlight. from another chemical group. Antracol®, Bulldock®, Highly hazardous on contact but Folimat® and Fruvit® breaks down rapidly. Do not use lower than label rates as this will speed up DO NOT USE IN GLASSHOUSES selection for resistance. OR ENCLOSED SPACES. Ensure chemical rotation Witholding period for workers 1 partners are also effective day after spraying. Variable harvest against target pest. witholding periods, see product
label for specific crops.
Key notes on usage:
Prior to pouring shake container vigorously.
To minimise UV breakdown and get maximum contact with pest insects best to apply late in the day/early morning on warm days
Common brand name: Py-Bo®
Active constituent: Natural Pyrethrum – whitefly, thrips, aphids
For details of any current permit or registration:
Compatability with beneficial insects: Harmful on contact to beneficials. Spray in the evening to avoid
Please see attached notes.
bees and wasps which forage during the day. Please check for recent changes to permits on the APVMA
web site: http://www.apvma.gov.au
Mode of action:
Contact.
Life stages impacted: Contact with target insect - any life
Time to kill: Instant paralysis and death
Coverage notes:
Resistance management:
and Compatibility for
Breakdown sensitive to:
adjuvants:
mixing (with
1. pH: Stable at pH5-9 Thorough coverage including No known problems ! fungicides fertilisers, 2. High salinity: ? under surfaces is essential. Can trace elements etc.) 3. Temperature: ? be sprayed, fogged and misted. Do not use lower than label rates 480g/Lpiperonyl butoxide 4. Low humidity: ? as this will speed up selection for 1:6 synergist ratio Mix with fungicides 5. UV light: Very rapid breakdown in UV and foliar fertilizers Ensure chemical rotation partners are also effective against target pest. Key notes on usage:
To minimise UV breakdown and get maximum contact with pest insects best to apply very late in the day, even at night if warm
Common brand name: Lannate®, Marlin®
Active constituent: Methomyl – whitefly & Western Flower Thrips
For details of any current permit or registration:
Compatability with beneficial insects: Direct application is highly toxic to all beneficial insects,
Please see attached notes.
invertebrates, birds, mammals and humans. Please check for recent changes to permits on the APVMA web site:
http://www.apvma.gov.au
Mode of action:
Systemic insecticide with
Life stages impacted: Eggs, nymphs and adults
Time to kill: on contact or ingestion
contact and digestive action. Inhibits nervous because of contact and systemic action. system.
Coverage notes:
Resistance
and Compatibility for
Breakdown sensitive to:
DO NOT APPLY AS FOG OR MIST. management:
adjuvants:
mixing (with
DO NOT USE IN GLASSHOUSES OR fungicides fertilisers, 2. High salinity: Water hardness and ENCLOSED SPACES. Do not use lower than For optimum results trace elements etc.) electrolytes can be a problem – emulsifier Best applied to young insects. label rates as this will add non-ionic wetting Good coverage essential. speed up selection for agent at 0.025% (eg DO NOT MIX 4. Low humidity: ? Highly hazardous to all on contact but breaks Do not mix more than 5. UV light: Mix and spray promptly. rotation partners are also effective against target pest. Key notes on usage:
Agitation required to fully mix insecticides. Noted more problems in times of drought. Water hardness increases and more mixing of additives by growers
To minimise UV breakdown and get maximum contact with pest insects best to apply late in the day/early morning on warm days
Common brand name: Chess®
Active constituent: Pymetrozine - whitefly, aphids
For details of any current permit or registration:
Compatability with beneficial insects: ?
Please see attached notes.
Please check for recent changes to permits on the APVMA web
site:
http://www.apvma.gov.au
Mode of action:
Contact and
Life stages impacted: Adults and nymphs.
Time to kill: ?
digestive action ?.
Coverage notes:
Resistance management:
and Compatibility for
Breakdown sensitive to:
Thorough coverage and penetration Do not apply more than 2 adjuvants:
mixing (with
into canopy is essential. sprays per crop. Do not apply Suggest use of a wetter fungicides fertilisers, 2. High salinity: ? consecutive sprays. for waxy surfaces like trace elements etc.) 3. Temperature: ? Do not apply if rain is expected Brassica leaves. 4. Low humidity: ? Do not use lower than label 5. UV light: Do not store in sunlight. rates as this will speed up witholding selection for resistance. periods, see product label for Ensure chemical rotation partners are also effective against target pest. Key notes on usage:
To minimise UV breakdown and get maximum contact with pest insects best to apply late in the day/early morning on warm days
Common brand name: Supracide®
Active constituent: Methidathion - Western flower thrips
For details of any current permit or registration:
Compatability with beneficial insects: Dangerous to bees. Do not apply when bees are foraging.
Please see attached notes.
Harmful to beneficial insects and not suitable for IPM programs. Please check for recent changes to permits on the APVMA web
site:
http://www.apvma.gov.au
Mode of action:
Contact and
Life stages impacted: Eggs ?, adults and nymphs.
Time to kill: ?
digestive action. Attacks nervous
system ?.
Coverage notes:
Resistance management:
and Compatibility for
Breakdown sensitive to:
Thorough coverage and penetration WFT details ? adjuvants:
mixing (with
into canopy is essential. Do not use lower than label Suggest use of a non- fungicides fertilisers, 2. High salinity: ? rates as this will speed up ionic surfactant wetter, trace elements etc.) 3. Temperature: ? Do not apply if rain is expected selection for resistance. for waxy surfaces like 4. Low humidity: ? Brassica leaves. 5. UV light: Do not store in sunlight. Ensure chemical rotation witholding partners are also effective periods, see product label for against target pest.
Key notes on usage:
To minimise UV breakdown and get maximum contact with pest insects best to apply late in the day/early morning on warm days
Common brand name: Thiodan®, Endosulfan
Active constituent: Endosulfan – Western flower thrips
For details of any current permit or registration:
Compatability with beneficial insects: Dangerous to bees. Do not apply when bees are foraging.
Please see attached notes.
Please check for recent changes to permits on the APVMA web
site:
http://www.apvma.gov.au
Mode of action:
Contact and by
Life stages impacted: Adults and nymphs.
Time to kill: ?
digestion.
Coverage notes:
Resistance management:
and Compatibility for
Breakdown sensitive to:
adjuvants:
mixing (with fungicides
Records of sprays must be kept Apply 2 consecutive sprays fertilisers, trace elements 2. High salinity: ? according to label specifications. only and do not apply more 3. Temperature: ? Only apply when temperature, wind than 2 sprays in total per Not permitted for use 4. Low humidity: ? and humidity are favourable. Do not crop. Apply sprays 3 days MIX 5. UV light: Do not store in sunlight. apply when temperature inversion apart if 20 deg or higher, and conditions exist. 6 days apart if temperature is DO NOT APPLY IF RAIN IS Thiram®, Ziram® and EXPECTED WITHIN 2 DAYS. Do not use lower than label copper oxychloride. Do DO NOT IRRIGATE FOR AT rates as this will speed up not mix endosulfan with AFTER selection for resistance. more than one of these products. Avoid mixing Ensure chemical rotation with alkaline solutions. DO NOT APPLY TO ENCLOSED partners are also effective CROPS (eg glasshouses). against target pest. For most crops a limit of 2 sprays is permitted. Thorough coverage and penetration into canopy is essential. Variable periods, see product label for
specific crop.
Key notes on usage:
To minimise UV breakdown and get maximum contact with pest insects best to apply late in the day/early morning on warm days
Refer closely to label specifications for record keeping regulations and limits to spray conditions.
Common brand name: Applaud®
Active constituent: Buprofezin - Whitefly specific
For details of any current permit or registration:
Compatability with beneficial insects: Safe to bees, predatory insects, mites and spiders. May be
Please see attached notes.
toxic to predatory ladybeetle eggs and larvae. Please check for recent changes to permits on the APVMA web
site:
http://www.apvma.gov.au
Mode of action:
Persistent
Life stages impacted: Inhibits moulting of nymphs and
Time to kill: Slow since it inhibits moulting. Adults not affected greatly
insecticide/acaricide with contact larvae. Suppresses oviposition by adults and adults lay and digestive action. Stops moulting. Not translocated
Coverage notes:
Resistance management:
Use of oils and
Compatibility for
Breakdown sensitive to:
Use sufficient water to ensure DO NOT USE MORE THAN adjuvants:
mixing (with fungicides
1. pH- Stable in acidic and alkaline media complete wetting of all surfaces. 2 SPRAYS PER SEASON Do not mix with pest fertilisers, trace elements 2. High salinity: ? 3. Temperature: Stable DO NOT APPLY if heavy rain is Do not use lower than label Compatible with most 4. Low humidity: ? rates as this will speed up 5. UV light: Stable but do not store in direct selection for resistance. Insecticides and Witholding period until spray has dried. For harvest witholding Ensure chemical rotation periods see product label for partners are also effective highly alkaline or highly against target pest. acidic products. Key notes on usage:
Do not store in direct sunlight. Do not apply by air.
To minimise UV breakdown and get maximum contact with pest insects best to apply late in the day/early morning on warm days
Common brand name: Confidor®
Active constituent: Imidacloprid - whitefly
For details of any current permit or registration:
Compatability with beneficial insects: Do not spray any plants while bees are foraging
Please see attached notes.
Please check for recent changes to permits on the APVMA web
site:
http://www.apvma.gov.au
Mode of action:
Systemic
Life stages impacted: Adults and nymphs because of
Time to kill: On contact or ingestion
insecticide with contact and contact and systemic action. digestive action.
Good root-systemic action.
Coverage notes:
Resistance management:
and Compatibility for
Breakdown sensitive to:
adjuvants:
mixing (with
1. pH: Stable at pH 5-11 Apply as a full cover spray. For Annuals: Do not apply more fungicides fertilisers, 2. High salinity: ? whitefly ensure underside of leaves than one spray. Perennials: In cotton recommended to trace elements etc.) Use a max of 3 sprays per use Pulse Penetrant 4. Low humidity: ? year and rotate with other 5. UV light: Do not store in sunlight. Can be applied as a foliar spray or chemicals Antracol®, Baycor®, Do not use lower than label witholding rates as this will speed up periods, see product label for selection for resistance. Ensure chemical rotation partners are also effective against target pest. Key notes on usage:
Prior to pouring shake container vigorously.
To minimise UV breakdown and get maximum contact with pest insects best to apply late in the day/early morning on warm days
Common brand name: Bulldock 25 EC®
Active constituent: Beta-cyfluthrin - whitefly
For details of any current permit or registration:
Compatability with beneficial insects: Dangerous to bees. Do not apply when bees are foraging.
Please see attached notes.
Please check for recent changes to permits on the APVMA web
site:
http://www.apvma.gov.au
Mode of action:
Contact (not
Life stages impacted: Adults and nymphs.
Time to kill: ?
systemic).
Coverage notes:
Resistance management:
and Compatibility for
Breakdown sensitive to:
Thorough coverage and penetration adjuvants:
mixing (with
into canopy is essential. Do not use lower than label Some crops suggest use fungicides fertilisers, 2. High salinity: ? Do not apply if rain is expected rates as this will speed up of a wetter, i.e. for waxy trace elements etc.) 3. Temperature: ? selection for resistance. surfaces like Brassica 4. Low humidity: ? Compatible with most 5. UV light: Do not store in sunlight. periods, (1 to 7 days), see product Ensure chemical rotation common fungicides label for specific crop. partners are also effective against target pest. Key notes on usage:
To minimise UV breakdown and get maximum contact with pest insects best to apply late in the day/early morning on warm days
Common brand name: Kelthane®
Active constituent: Dicofol - mites
For details of any current permit or registration:
Compatability with beneficial insects: Low hazard to bees. May be applied at any time.
Please see attached notes.
Please check for recent changes to permits on the APVMA web
site:
http://www.apvma.gov.au
Mode of action:
Systemic
Life stages impacted: Adults and nymphs because of
Time to kill: On contact or ingestion?
insecticide with contact and contact and systemic action.? digestive action.?
Coverage notes:
Resistance management:
and Compatibility for
Breakdown sensitive to:
adjuvants:
mixing (with
1. pH: Hydrolyses at pH>7 Apply as a full cover spray. Annuals: Do not apply more fungicides fertilisers, 2. High salinity: ? than one spray. Perennials: Can add wetting agent trace elements etc.) 3. Temperature: Sensitive to heat witholding Use a max of 3 sprays per (Agral® recommended). 4. Low humidity: ? periods, see product label for year and rotate with other Compatible with most 5. UV light: Do not store in sunlight. Do not use lower than label rates as this will speed up Bordeaux mixture, selection for resistance. lime, zinc sulphate or carbaryl or highly Ensure chemical rotation alkaline substances. partners are also effective against target pest. Key notes on usage:
To minimise UV breakdown and get maximum contact with pest insects best to apply late in the day/early morning on warm days
Common brand name: Morestan®
Active constituent: Oxythioquinox - mites
Mode of action: ?
Life stages impacted: Adults and nymphs.
Time to kill: ?
For details of any current permit or registration:
Compatability with beneficial insects: Limit spraying particularly of fruit trees to allow activity of
Please see attached notes.
Please check for recent changes to permits on the APVMA
web site: http://www.apvma.gov.au
Coverage notes:

Resistance management:
Use of oils and adjuvants:
Compatibility for
Breakdown sensitive to:
mixing (with
1. pH: Stable at pH5-9 ? Thorough coverage and Apply early when mites are Do not apply 2 weeks before fungicides fertilisers, 2. High salinity: penetration into canopy is building up. or 3 weeks after application trace elements etc.) 3. Temperature: Do not apply if temperature of an oil spray. higher than 30deg. high Do not use lower than label rates Best to apply alone. 4. Low humidity: ? temperatures may cause as this will speed up selection for 5. UV light: Do not store in sunlight. sunburn blemishes on fruit. strongly alkaline Ensure chemical rotation partners are also effective against target OTHER CONCENTRATES. Key notes on usage:
To minimise UV breakdown and get maximum contact with pest insects best to apply late in the day/early morning on warm days
Common brand name: Vertimec®
Active constituent: Abamectin – two spotted mites
Mode of action: Contact and digestive action. Has limited
Life stages impacted: Adults and nymphs.
Time to kill: Up to 7 days
systemic activity but exhibits translaminar movement
For details of any current permit or registration:
Compatability with beneficial insects: Do not apply when bees are foraging. Safe to non-feeding insects.
Please see attached notes.
Please check for recent changes to permits on the APVMA
web site:
http://www.apvma.gov.au
Coverage notes:

Resistance management:
Use of oils and adjuvants:
Compatibility for
Breakdown sensitive to:
mixing (with
1. pH: Stable at pH5-9 with Do not apply more than 2 sprays if Do not apply to apples or fungicides fertilisers, 2. High salinity: ? equipment that may leave mites are present per crop. pears before or after Delan® trace elements etc.) 3. Temperature: stable up to 25°C, Do not large droplets. Thorough Vertimec® should not be applied in or Captan® Use precautions apply when temp exceed 28°or are expected coverage and penetration 2 consecutive seasons without an when applying with summer to exceed 28°C within 48 hrs after into canopy is essential. unrelated chemical being used Do not apply when 4. Low humidity: ? temperatures above Do not use lower than label rates as 5. UV light: Do not store in sunlight. this will speed up selection for 6. Vertimec® that is not absorbed into plants is quickly degraded. Allow at least 28 days between applications Ensure chemical rotation partners are also effective against target pest. Key notes on usage:
To minimise UV breakdown and get maximum contact with pest insects best to apply late in the day/early morning on warm days
Common brand name: Agrimec®
Active constituent: Abamectin – two spotted mites
For details of any current permit or registration:
Compatability with beneficial insects: Do not apply when bees are foraging. Safe to non-feeding
Please see attached notes.
Please check for recent changes to permits on the APVMA web
site:
http://www.apvma.gov.au
Mode of action:
Contact and
Life stages impacted: Adults and nymphs.
Time to kill: Up to 7 days.
digestive action.
Coverage notes:
Resistance management:
and Compatibility for
Breakdown sensitive to:
adjuvants:
mixing (with
AS FOR VERTIMEC ? Do not use lower than label fungicides fertilisers, 2. High salinity: ? rates as this will speed up trace elements etc.) 3. Temperature: ? selection for resistance. 4. Low humidity: ? 5. UV light: Do not store in sunlight. Ensure chemical rotation partners are also effective against target pest. Key notes on usage:
To minimise UV breakdown and get maximum contact with pest insects best to apply late in the day/early morning on warm days
Common brand name: Talstar 100 EC®
Active constituent: Bifenthrin – mites
For details of any current permit or registration:
Compatability with beneficial insects: Dangerous to bees. Do not apply when bees are foraging. Not
Please see attached notes.
suitable for IPM programs where predatory mites and other insect predators are providing effective pest Please check for recent changes to permits on the APVMA web
site: http://www.apvma.gov.au
Mode of action:
Contact and
Life stages impacted: Adults and nymphs.
Time to kill: ?
digestive action.
Coverage notes:
Resistance management:
and Compatibility for
Breakdown sensitive to:
Thorough coverage and penetration adjuvants:
mixing (with
into canopy is essential. Can be Do not use lower than label Talstar® contains a fungicides fertilisers, 2. High salinity: ? applied to soil and leaves. rates as this will speed up wetter surfactant. trace elements etc.) 3. Temperature: ? DO NOT APPLY AS FOG OR selection for resistance. 4. Low humidity: ? Compatible with most 5. UV light: Do not store in sunlight. witholding Ensure chemical rotation common fungicides periods, see product label for partners are also effective against target pest. Key notes on usage:
To minimise UV breakdown and get maximum contact with pest insects best to apply late in the day/early morning on warm days
Common brand name: Omite®
Active constituent: Propargite - mites
For details of any current permit or registration:
Compatability with beneficial insects: ?
Please see attached notes.
Please check for recent changes to permits on the APVMA web
site:
http://www.apvma.gov.au
Mode of action:
Contact and
Life stages impacted: Adults and nymphs.
Time to kill: ?
digestive action ?.
Coverage notes:
Resistance management:
and Compatibility for
Breakdown sensitive to:
Thorough coverage and penetration No information? adjuvants:
mixing (with
into canopy is essential. fungicides fertilisers, 2. High salinity: ? Do not use lower than label ADD trace elements etc.) 3. Temperature: ? recommended rates as this will speed up WETTING AGENTS OR 4. Low humidity: ? concentrations per crop as Omite® selection for resistance. LEAF Not recommended for 5. UV light: Do not store in sunlight. can be toxic to leaves when used in mixing as may become Ensure chemical rotation ineffective or cause partners are also effective witholding against target pest. periods, see product label for
specific crop.
Key notes on usage:
Agitate when mixing and add product slowly to water
To minimise UV breakdown and get maximum contact with pest insects best to apply late in the day/early morning on warm days
Common brand name: Ambush®
Active constituent: Permethrin - mites
For details of any current permit or registration:
Compatability with beneficial insects: Dangerous to bees. Do not spray when bees are foraging.
Please see attached notes.
Please check for recent changes to permits on the APVMA web
site:
http://www.apvma.gov.au
Mode of action:
Contact ?
Life stages impacted: Adults and nymphs.
Time to kill: ?
Coverage notes:
Resistance management:
and Compatibility for
Breakdown sensitive to:
Thorough coverage and penetration No information? adjuvants:
mixing (with
into canopy is essential. fungicides fertilisers, 2. High salinity: ? Do not use lower than label trace elements etc.) 3. Temperature: ? rates as this will speed up 4. Low humidity: ? witholding selection for resistance. Can be mixed with 5. UV light: Do not store in sunlight. periods, see product label for Ensure chemical rotation partners are also effective and Pyrimor®. Do not against target pest. mix with more than one other chemical. DO NOT MIX CONCENTRATES. Key notes on usage:
Agitate when mixing and add product slowly to water. Agitate while spraying.
To minimise UV breakdown and get maximum contact with pest insects best to apply late in the day/early morning on warm days

Source: http://www.growingcapsicums.com.au/pdf/7_pests_diseases/pesticide_profiles.pdf

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