Barclay Cypersect XL

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An Emulsifiable Concentrate containing 100 g/l (10.8% w/w) cypermethrin.

For the control of a wide range of insect pests in agricultural and horticultural crops.

Winter wheat Durum wheat Winter barley Winter oats Rye Triticale
Pests: Aphid vectors of barley yellow dwarf virus (BYDV). Inspect for aphids on warmer days.
Timing/Method: HIGH BYDV RISK AREAS Crops drilled before mid-September: Spray in midOctober or upon finding aphid in the crop. Crops drilled mid-September to mid-October: Spray end of October to early- November. AVERAGE BYDV RISK AREAS Spray end-October to early November if 5% of barley plants or 10% of wheat plants are infested with aphid or upon official warnings.
Rate: 250 ml/ha in minimum 200 l/ha water

Winter Wheat
Pests: Yellow cereal fly (Opomyza florum)
Timing/Method: Spray at egg hatch usually end-January to earlyFebruary.
Rate: 250 ml/ha in minimum 200 l/ha water

Wheat, durum Wheat, winter or spring Barley, winter or spring Oats, winter or spring Triticale Winter rye
Pests: Aphid vectors of BYDV
Timing/Method: If aphids carrying BYDV persist into the spring on winter crops treatment up to the end of tillering may be economic; early treatment will give the best results. Early-sown spring crops may be infected with aphids carrying BYDV. For crops at risk spray at the 2-3 leaves stage GS 12-13
Rate: 250 ml/ha in minimum 200 l/ha water.
Pests: Aphid in spring or summer
Timing/Method: Spray if threshold levels of aphids on the ear are reached or upon professional advice.
Rate: 250 ml/ha in minimum 200 l/ha water

Winter oilseed rape
Pests: Cabbage stem flea beetle
Timing/Method: Adults: Spray, if necessary, as soon as a severe attack occurs. Larvae: Spray in late October/November when 5 or more larvae are found per plant. Egg hatch may be delayed by cold weather in some seasons. Repeat if necesary in the spring, but before flowering.
Rate: 250 ml/ha in minimum 300 l/ha water. Add an authorised non-ionic wetting agent at the recommended rate.
Pests: Rape winter stem weevil
Timing/Method: Some control of this pest is obtained coincident with applications to control cabbage stem flea beetle, but for more specific control spray in late November in areas subject to attack or as soon as eggs or larvae are found.

Field bean
Pests: Pea and bean weevil
Timing/Method: Spray in April/May at the onset of feeding (leaf notching) by adult weevils. This treatment will reduce the number of eggs laid, but will not control larvae in the root nodules.
Rate: 250 ml/ha in 200 l/ha water

Pests: Pea moth With coincident partial control of pea aphid*
Timing/Method: Time treatments to pea crops in flower according to official warnings or counts in pheromone traps. A maximum two applications may be made to peas harvested dry; the second 10-14 days after the first. Only one application may be made to vining peas. Avoid spraying flowering crops in the heat of the day when bees are particularly active.
Rate: 250 ml/ha in 400- 600 l/ha water.

Broccoli Brussels sprout Cabbage Cauliflower
Pests: Caterpillar Whitefly
Timing/Method: Spray as soon as pest is seen. Repeat as necessary. Gives coincident partial control of mealy aphid*
Rate: 250 ml/ha in 400-600 l/ha water . Add an authorised non-ionic wetting agent at the recommended rate

Celery Potato (seed and ware) Sugar beet Fodder beet Mangolds
Pests: Cutworms
Timing/Method: Spray according to official warnings at the egg hatch stage. Repeat 10-14 days later.
Rate: 250 ml/ha in 600-1000 l/ha water

Re-seeded grass leys
Pests: Frit fly
Timing/Method: If the crop is at risk, spray at seedling emergence before crop damage occurs.
Rate: 250 ml/ha in minimum 200 l/ha water

Re-seeded grass leys
Pests: Frit fly
Timing/Method: If the crop is at risk, spray at seedling emergence before crop damage occurs.
Rate: 250 ml/ha in minimum 200 l/ha water

Pests: Tortrix moth Winter moth
Timing/Method: Spray at green cluster.
Rate: 140-280 ml/ha in 200 l/ha water
Pests: Aphid Apple sucker 
Timing/Method: Spray at green cluster.
Rate: 280 ml/ha in 200 l/ha water. # Use 350 ml if apple sucker is a problem.
Pests: Sawfly Capsid Codling moth Summer tortrix
Timing/Method: Spray at 80% petal fall. Spray just before the earliest eggs hatch (mid-late June). Repeat after 3 weeks or as indicated by moth traps.
Rate: 280 ml/ha in 200 l/ha water

Pests: Sucker
Timing/Method: Spray at bud burst to white bud. Spray post-blossom if suckers have become numerous and repeat 14 days later if necessary.
Rate: 350 ml/ha in 1000 l/ha water.
Pests: Capsid Tortrix moth
Timing/Method: Spray post-blossom if necessary
Rate: 280 ml/ha in 200 l/ha water

Cherry Plum
Pests: Winter moth Tortrix moth
Timing/Method: Make up to two applications up to white bud stage.
Rate: 280 ml/ha in 200 l/ha water.

Strawberry (outdoor)
Pests: Capsids Tortrix caterpillars
Timing/Method: Spray shortly before flowering. Repeat from 2nd generation of tortrix after cropping if required.
Rate: 280 ml/ha in minimum 300 l/ha water.

Half fill the spray tank with clean water and start the re-circulation system. Pour the required quantity of Barclay Cypersect XL into the spray tank and non-ionic wetting agent, if recommended. Top up the spray tank with water to the required level. Continue agitation before and during use. RINSE CONTAINER THOROUGHLY by using an integrated pressure rinsing device or manually rinsing three times. Add washings to sprayer at time of filling and dispose of safely.

Apply as a MEDIUM spray at 2-3 bar (30-40 psi). Use the higher recommended water volumes when the foliage is dense. Position spray nozzles to cover the crop leaves evenly and thoroughly. Spray booms fitted with drop-legs may enhance efficacy in some crops e.g. Brussels sprout.

Harvest Interval
A zero day harvest interval applies to all recommended crops unless otherwise indicated.

Integrated Pest Control Systems
The use of Barclay Cypersect is compatible with integrated pest control systems.

Barclay Cypersect is compatible in a two-way tank mixture with the following approved formulations.
Follow all the recommendations of the partner product. Spray immediately after mixing.
Non-ionic wetter

Varietal Tolerance
Test spray new varieties or rare or unusual plants and verify the safety of the product before treating larger areas.

Processed Crops
Consult processors before treating crops intended for processing.

Where strains of pests resistant to the pyrethroid insecticides develop, Barclay Cypersect XL will be less effective. Consult your advisor.

For damson-hop aphid, wherever possible use different active ingredients in a programme of treatments.
Resistant strains of tobacco whitefly are also known to occur.

Care of Sprayer
After each days use, wash out the sprayer thoroughly with water and wetting agent using standard procedures.

Registered for culturesRate
Winter wheat250 ml
Winter barley250 ml
Winter oats250 ml
Winter rye250 ml
Spring rye250 ml
Winter triticale250 ml
Spring triticale250 ml
Spring barley250 l
Spring wheat250 l
Spring oats250 l
Winter rape250 l
Spring rape250 l
Beans250 l
Peas250 l
Broccoli250 l
Brussels sprouts250 l
Cabbage250 l
Cauliflower250 l
Celery250 l
Potatoes250 l
Sugar beets250 l
Beets250 l
Chard250 l
Grassland250 l
Apples140 - 280 l
Pears280 - 350 l
Cherries280 l
Plums280 l
Strawberries280 l
Hops350 - 700 l