Aphicides

POTATO APHICIDES 2016

Product

Manu-facturer

Active Ingredients Maximum Individual Dose

(L/ha or  kg/ha)

Chemical Group and resistance status Maximum No. of applications Harvest Interval LERAP Mode of Action Movement in plant
Actara Syngenta 250 g/l

thiamethoxam

as a WDG

 

80 g/ha

 

100 g/ha new in furrow

use

Neo-

nicotinoid *

Ware:1 spray

Seed:2 sprays

 

7 days B Contact

+ stomach poison

 

Systemic and trans-laminar.

Virus reduction on label

Biscaya

 

Bayer Crop Science

 

 

 

 

240 g/l thiacloprid in an OD formulation  

0.4 l/ha

Neo-

nicotinoid *

 

Ware:1 spray

Seed:2 sprays

 

14 days None Contact

+ stomach poison

 

Systemic
Hallmark with Zeon Tech-nology Syngenta 100 g/l lamda-cyhalothrin, as a capsule suspension

 

 

75 ml/ha

Pyrethroid

 

Resistance: kdr + carboxyl-esterase-R3

300 ml/ha None B Contact

+

stomach poison

+ fumigant

Contact, trans-laminar
InSyst Certis 20% w/w acetamiprid

as a SP

 

250 g/ha

Neo-

nicotinoid*

Ware:1 spray

Seed:2 sprays

 

14 days B Contact and stomach poison Systemic and trans-laminar
Plenum

WG

Syngenta 50% w/w pymetrozine, as a WDG  

0.3 kg/ha

Pyridine

No known resistance

 

2 sprays in ware

3 sprays in seed crops

7 days None Prevents feeding, no knockdown Systemic
Sumi-Alpha

(Sven)

 

Nufarm 25 g/l esfenvalerate

 

200 ml/ha Pyrethroid 4 7 days A Stomach poison, Prevents feeding, repellency Contact
Teppeki Belchim Crop Protection

 

 

 

 

50% w/w flonicamid

as a WDG

0.16 kg/ha Pyridine-carboxamide

No known resistance, different group

 

 

2 sprays 14 days None Prevents feeding Systemic and trans-laminar
  •  *Neonicotinoids – Use no more than one application of any neonicotinoid insecticide on ware potatoes and no more than two applications on seed potatoes. In furrow soil treatment for seed potatoes should be regarded as one of the two allowable neonicotinoid applications.

 

April 2016


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