acetamipryd

Insecticide

Grom 200 SL

Grom 200 SL

Crops:

winter oilseed rape, orchards: apple, pear, cherry, plum

Date of application:

Winter oilseed rape
when pests get into crops, from the stage of individual flower buds visible but still closed to the stage of  yellow bud (GS 55-59)

Orchards

apple:
aphids – from the stage of green tip to the stage of June petal fall (GS 56-73), when the first aphids appear
codling moth – at the beginning of the mass flight of insects and eggs laying, from the stage of fruit set to the stage when fruits reach 60% of the typical size (GS 71- 76)
leafroller moths – from the stage of green tip to the stage of pink tip (GS 56-57), at the time of mass hatching of larvae; repeat treatment in the stage of June petal fall (GS 73)

pear:
Cacopsylla pyri – from the stage of green tip to the stage of white bud (GS 56-59)

cherry:
Rhagoletis cerasi – during the numerous appearance of flies and mass eggs laying, from the stage of petal fall to the beginning of the stage of fruit set (GS 67-81)

plum:
Hoplocampa minuta, Hoplocampa flava – at the end of petal fall (GS 67-69)
plum fruit moth – at the beginning of the mass flight of insects and eggs laying, in the stage of fruit set (GS 71-79)

Dose:

winter oilseed rape: 0,08-0,12 l per hectare

apple:
aphids – 0,125 l per hectare
codling moth – 0,2 l per hectare
leafroller moths – 0,2 l per hectare

pear:
Cacopsylla pyri – 0,2 l per hectare

cherry:
Rhagoletis cerasi – 0,125 l per hectare

plum:
Hoplocampa minuta, Hoplocampa flava – 0,125 l per hectare
plum fruit moth – 0,2 l per hectare

Controlled insects:

winter oilseed rape: pollen beetle
apple: aphids, codling moth, leafroller moths
pear: Cacopsylla pyri
cherry: Rhagoletis cerasi
plum: plum fruit moth, Hoplocampa minuta, Hoplocampa flava