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LATINA, TN

LATINA, TN

FOR
WHEAT
FOR
CORN/MAIZE
FOR
SUNFLOWER
FOR
BEETS

The systemic insecticide-sterilizing preparation of prolonged action, designed for fighting against a complex of soil and terrestrial pests of sprouts in wheat, corn/maize, sunflower and sugar beets areas, by seed sterilizing.

Active Fraction Content Clothianidin, 600 g/L

Chemical Group Neonicotinoids

Preparative Form Flowing concentrate for seed treatment

WHO Classification III class (Low-toxicity substance)

Advantages of product

The preparation belongs to a chemical class of neonicotinoids – extremely effective and active substances.

Latina is very evenly distributed by a plant and provides a long-term action against pests – within 35-40 days. Reliable protection against a complex of soil and leaf pests of sprouts, and destroys larvae of May beetle.

It is well combined with fungicidal sterilizing preparations.

Mechanism of Action

Clothianidin is absorbed by the root system of a plant when it sprouting Clothianidin is forwarded to leaf. Latina affects the sodium channels of the nervous system of pests, which results in blocking the transmission of the nerve impulse and, as a result, the insect dies. Due to its mobility, the active ingredient is evenly distributed throughout the plant, which guarantees a better effect.

Coverage

Oscinella/fruit fly, flea beetles, false wireworms, wireworms, larvae of May beetle, tenebrionid beetle, grey beet weevil, shriek owls (hop-plant borers), cereal flies, cicadas, aphids, thrips, cereal carabid/ground beetles.

Preparation Properties

The preparation controls the main pests of seeds and sprouts even under difficult conditions. The active ingredient is on the surface of the seed for a long time and provides effective protection. The preparation for a long time confidently controls the wireworms, flies, shriek owls (hop-plant borers), larvae of beetles crustaceans, etc.

Consumption Standards & Application Terms

Culture, plant to be treated
Harmful agent
Method and Time of Treatment
Consumption Standards, L/t
Culture, plant to be treated
Wheat
Harmful agent
Cereal flies, cicadas, aphids, thrips, shriek owls (hop-plant borers), cereal carabid/ground beetles
Method and Time of Treatment
Seeds are sterilized in seeding plants before sowing.
Consumption Standards, L/t
0,5-1,0
Culture, plant to be treated
Corn/Maize
Harmful agent
Beetles, wireworms, shriek owls (hop-plant borers)
Method and Time of Treatment
Seeds are sterilized in seeding plants before sowing.
Consumption Standards, L/t
3,5-5,0
Culture, plant to be treated
Sunflower
Harmful agent
Beetles, wireworms, shriek owls (hop-plant borers)
Method and Time of Treatment
Seeds are sterilized in seeding plants before sowing.
Consumption Standards, L/t
4,5-7,0
Culture, plant to be treated
Sugar beets
Harmful agent
A complex of soil and terrestrial pests of sprouts
Method and Time of Treatment
Seeds are sterilized in seeding plants before sowing.
Consumption Standards, L/t
75 – 150 ml/100 thousand of seeds

Recommendations for Use

Application Features

In order to achieve high-quality plant protection against diseases, it is recommended to sterilize seeds pre-cleaned off dust and debris, which ensures good adhesion of the preparation.

Spray Material Consumption Standards

Pre-sowing treatment of seeds: the seeds should be sterilized with an aqueous suspension of the preparation at the rate of 8-10 litres of water per ton of seeds.

Compatibility

The preparation can be used in tank mixes with fungicidal agents, but it is recommended to test a pesticide for compatibility.