Greenfly Killer


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Description

Greenfly Killer (contains Deltamethrin) MAPP14330

Fast acting concentrated insecticide that also protects against new pest attack!

Benefits:

  • Previously only available to professional growers
  • Kills and protects for up to 4 weeks against attack of greenfly, blackfly, caterpillars, whitefly, beetles and many other pests
  • For use on all ornamentals and a wide range of fruit and vegetables
  • Can be used indoors and outdoors

Conncentrated insecticide for ornamental and edible plants. Fast and effective control of whitefly, caterpillars, blackfly, greenfly and many other plants pests on all ornamental garden plants and selected edibles Active Ingredients: Deltamethrin 30ml makes 60 litres of Spray

Previously only available to the professional grower, a new product that kills and protects against greenfly, blackfly, caterpillars including coding and tortrix moths, and beetles (raspberry, pollen and flea beetles). Also controls weevils, sawfly, cutworms, apple & pear suckers, leaf hoppers, capsids, thrips, whitefly, scale insects and mealy bugs.

Kills most common and difficult insect pests on houseplants, roses and other ornamental garden plants and on selected fruit and vegetables including tomato, lettuce, cabbage, peas and broad beans, apple and raspberry. For use in the home, garden, greenhouse and conservatory.

When to use: Controls greenfly, blackfly, caterpillars, beetles, weevils, sawfly, leaf hoppers, capsids, thrips, whitefly, scale insects and mealy bugs on ornamental plants and a wide range of edible plants.

For ornamentals, vegetables and glasshouse crops: Spray at the first sign of infestation, if necessary repeat the treatment 10-14 days later. For the prolonged control of whitefly, mealybug and thrips repeat application may be required. Do not exceed the maximum number of applications shown on the table. Use an alternative product where necessary.

Apples – For the control of caterpillars, apple sucker, apple grass aphid, apply in Spring when the buds are opening (at green cluster).

Pears – For the control of pear sucker (overwintered adults, eggs and nymphs). Apply before flowering blossom and at any time from petal fall onwards. Do not apply during blossom period.

Plums – For the control of red plum maggot, plum fruit moth. Apply in mid-June, a further application may be made after 3 weeks.

Raspberries – For the control of raspberry beetle. Apply when about 80% of the blossom is over (usually mid June). A further application may be made when the first fruit is colouring (usually about 2 weeks later).

Pesticide resistance in greenhouse whitefly and some aphids is widespread. Where resistance to pyrethroids is present Greenfly Killer is unlikely to give control. Where necessary use an alternative product like Provado Ultimate Bug Killer.

Avoid spraying delicate open blooms. The best time to spray is early morning or late evening. Do not spray in bright sunlight or when plants are dry at the roots. Keep children and pets away from treated areas until spray has dried.

Where to use: Ornamental garden plants, house plants, protected ornamental garden plants – maximum number of treatments per year: 5, days between spraying and harvest: n/a.

Greenhouse/Protected: Tomato, pepper, cucumber, aubergines, courgettes and gherkin* - maximum number of treatments per year: 4, days between spraying and harvest: 3 days. Outdoor: Tomato, cucumber and courgette* - maximum number of treatments per year: 3, days between spraying and harvest: 3 days.

Apple, pear, cherry and plum** - maximum number of treatments per year: 3, days between spraying and harvest: 7 days.

Melon and watermelon (greenhouse and outdoor) ** - maximum number of treatments per year: 2, days between spraying and harvest: 3 days.

Blackcurrant, raspberry, loganberry, blackberry and rubus hybrid** - maximum number of treatments per year: 3, days between spraying and harvest: 7 days.

Edible podded pea, vining pea, runner bean, french bean and broad bean** - maximum number of treatments per year: 2, days between spraying and harvest: 7 days.

Strawberries** - maximum number of treatments per year: 2, days between spraying and harvest: 3 days.

Broccoli/calabrese, cauliflower, collard, kale, Chinese cabbage** - maximum number of treatments per year: 3, days between spraying and harvest: 7 days.

Brussels sprout and cabbage* - maximum number of treatments per year: 2, days between spraying and harvest: 7 days.

Outdoor lettuce, endive, lambs lettuce, land cress* - maximum number of treatments per year: 3, days between spraying and harvest: 7 days.

Leek** - maximum number of treatments per year: 3, days between spraying and harvest: 7 days.

Radish, kohlrabi** - maximum number of treatments per year: 3, days between spraying and harvest: 7 days.

Outdoor herbs* - maximum number of treatments per year: 1, days between spraying and harvest: 7 days.

Potato (foliage only) ** - maximum number of treatments per year: 3, days between spraying and harvest: 7 days.

Spinach, sweetcorn** - maximum number of treatments per year: 3, days between spraying and harvest: 3 days.

Globe artichoke* - maximum number of treatments per year: 3, days between spraying and harvest: 3 days.

* a minimum of 7 days must be observed between applications ** a minimum of 14 days must be observed between applications

How to use: Using the measuring cup provided, add the appropriate quantity of product into clean water in the sprayer. Mix gently. For all outdoor uses (except raspberry beetle) 0.5ml in 1 litre. For raspberry, loganberry and rubus hybrid: 0.8ml in 1 litre. For all indoor, greenhouse and conservatory uses: 1.0ml in 1 litre. Spray the plant carefully giving good cover of the whole plant. Make sure both the upper side and the underneath of leaf surfaces has been sprayed.



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