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ALPHA SUPER

ALPHA SUPER

BROAD SPECTRUM OF ACTION

The contact-intestinal insecticide designed to control a wide range of pests.

Active Fraction Content Alpha-Cypermethrin, 100 g/L

Chemical Group Pyrethroids

Preparative Form Emulsion Concentrate

WHO Classification II class (High toxicity substance), due to its repellent properties, the preparation is safe for bees.

Advantages of product

The preparation is of rapid and long-lasting action.

It is effective at all stages of insect development.

It is resistant to washing off by rain.

The preparation is free from phytotoxicity when used in the recommended amount.

It has repellent and anti-feeding properties toward useful insects.

Mechanism of Action

The active substance of the preparation – Alpha-Cypermethrin – when used at low doses, produces a rapid contact-intestinal effect, destroys the permeability of cell membranes, blocks sodium channels and causes paralysis of the central and peripheral nervous systems of insects. 10-15 minutes after the treatment, the insects stop moving, their complete destruction occurs 1.5-2 hours later.

Coverage

Bug, harmful turtle, leeches, wheat thrips, aphids, blisters, ticks, peas, butterflies, weevils, scones, white beans, rapeseed/pollen beetle, cruciferous flea beetles, Colorado red beetle, grasshoppers, etc.

Properties of Preparation

The preparation is characterized by contact-intestinal effects and low intake doses. The Alpha Super preparation has a rapid and complete deleterious effect on problem and specific pests.

Consumption Standards & Application Terms

Culture, plant to be treated
Harmful agent
Method and time for treatment, restrictions
Consumption Standards, L/ha
Number of Treatment
Safety Interval
Culture, plant to be treated
Frost-resistant winter wheat
Harmful agent
Harmful turtle, wheat thrips, leeches, aphids.
Method and time for treatment, restrictions
Spraying in the growing (vegetation) season
Consumption Standards, L/ha
0,10-0,15
Number of Treatment
2
Safety Interval
15
Culture, plant to be treated
Rape
Harmful agent
Rapeseed beetles.
Method and time for treatment, restrictions
Spraying in the growing (vegetation) season
Consumption Standards, L/ha
0,15
Number of Treatment
2
Safety Interval
30
Culture, plant to be treated
Rape
Harmful agent
Cruciferous flea beetles
Method and time for treatment, restrictions
Spraying in the growing (vegetation) season
Consumption Standards, L/ha
0,10
Number of Treatment
2
Safety Interval
30
Culture, plant to be treated
Medic (Medlcago sativa), wild vegetation
Harmful agent
Gregarious and non-gregarious species of grasshoppers
Method and time for treatment, restrictions
Spraying in the growing (vegetation) season
Consumption Standards, L/ha
0,20-0,30
Number of Treatment
2
Safety Interval
-

Recommendations for Use

Application Features

Treatment should be carried out in the case when the number of pests exceeds the economic threshold of harm. When timely spraying it is enough to limit the treatment of bands, framing a field of sowing at a width of up to 100 m. If pests totally capture crops, it is required to treat the entire area. Uniform coating of plants by spray solution is one of the main requirements. Due to the repellent properties of useful insects, it can be used during the flowering period.

Precautions in Use

It is applied at the temperature of air and soil no higher than + 25°С. It is desirable to treat in the morning or late at night. In order to prevent the emergence of resistance, it is recommended to alternate the use of the preparation with the use of insecticides from other chemical classes, for example, organophosphorus.

Compatibility

The preparation can be used in combination with other plant protection products (fungicides, herbicides, insectoacaricides, growth regulators), except for strong-alkaline ones. In case of doubt as to compatibility with a particular preparation, it is better to conduct a preliminary test.

Spray Material Consumption Standards

200-300
L/ha