For control of various insect pests in certain agricultural and horticultural crops
BEWARE: Pyrinex Insecticide must not be applied in a manner that results in adverse effects beyond the intended boundary of the application area. A strategy to avoid spray drift must be employed at all times. Details of spray drift mitigation measures must be recorded as part of the application records. Ensure compliance with relevant regional air management plants.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
DO NOT APPLY MORE THAN 3.1L PER HECTARE PER CROP CYCLE
Rate/ha: 300-450 mL
Critical Comments: Apply as soon as Aphids appear. Use the lower rate on short crops with little leaf, and the higher rate on tall crops. Do not spray plants in flower.
Pest: Sitona Weevil
Rate/ha: 600-800 mL in 100-200 L water
Critical Comments: To control adults apply in mid-late May, after flights cease and before egg laying occurs. Use the high rate in dense stands and spray during a warm, calm day.
Pest: Army Caterpillar, Corn Earworm
Rate/ha: 500 mL
Critical Comments: Apply immediately damage is first seen and repeat if necessary 14-21 days later.
Rate/ha: 600 mL
Critical Comments: Use in sufficient water for complete coverage of the seedlings and surrounding soil. Spray in the evening at first sign of damage.
Pest: Army Caterpillar
Rate/ha: Ground application 400 mL in 100-200 L water Aerial application 400 mL in 50-100 L water
Critical Comments: Apply when damage is first seen (usually associated with severe flood damage).
Pest: Lucerne Flea
Rate/ha: 200 mL
Critical Comments: Apply in late autumn/early winter at first sign of clover damage.
Pest: Porina Caterpillar
Rate/ha: 1.25-1.7 L in 50-200 L water
Critical Comments: Use the low rate against small caterpillars, before frosts occur. Closely graze pasture before spraying.
Pest: Tasmanian Grass Grub
Rate/ha: 1.25-1.5 L in 100-200 L water
Critical Comments: Apply to short dry pasture between April and June at first signs of pasture damage. Harrowing of dung patches is recommended prior to spraying, to expose the larvae. Use higher rates when population is large
Pest: Argentine stem weevil
Rate/ha: 1.25 L in 100-200 L of water/ha
Critical Comments: Apply as soon as eggs are found on the lower leaf sheaf.
Pest: Cereal, Rose and Grain Aphid
Rate/ha: 300-400 mL
Critical Comments: Apply at first sign of infestation. Use the high rate when infestation pressure is high or the crop is dense.
Pest: Argentine Stem Weevil
Rate/ha: 1.25 L
Critical Comments: Apply as soon as eggs are present on the lower leaf sheath.
Rate/ha: 50-75 mL/ 100 L water
Critical Comments: Apply as a high volume spray to run off. Apply pre-flowering, at complete petal fall, then at 21 day intervals until late April, or after April if Leafroller is still present.
Rate/ha: Aerial application: 1.7 L/ha
Critical Comments: Use sufficient water for good coverage. Apply preflowering, at complete petal fall, then at 21 day intervals until late April, or after April if Leafroller is still present.
BRASSICAS AND FORAGE CROPS
Rate/ha: Ground application: 300-400 mL/ha in 100-200 L water/ha Aerial application: 300-400 mL/ha in 50-100 L water/ha
Critical Comments: Apply as necessary.
Rate/ha: 1.25 L/ha in 100-200 L of water/ha
Critical Comments: Apply to seedling crops as soon as damage is apparent or when nymphs can be seen feeding on seedlings
Rate/ha: 200 mL/ha in 50-200 L water/ha
Critical Comments: Apply 1-2 days before crop emergence or as soon as damage is first noticed.
Pest: Grape vine weevil, Aphids, Leafroller, Mealy Bug, Scale Crawlers and Thrips
Rate/ha: 50-75 mL/ 100-200 L water
Critical Comments: Use the higher rate for Mealy Bug control or when insect pressure is high. Apply at bud swell (with intermediate oil), pre-flowering, post-flowering and 14 days later, then every 21 days until harvest. Ensure complete plant coverage and penetration into bunches for optimum control of mealy bug.
Pest: Greedy Scale, leafroller, passion vine hopper
Rate/ha: 50 mL/ 100 L water
Critical Comments: Use as a dilute spray of not less than 1 L/ha. Make the first application at green tip (at least 10 days after the dormant lime sulphur treatment) and repeat just before blossom. Complete wetting of vine trunks, leader and canes is essential for Greedy Scale control. The addition of a non-ionic wetting agent is recommended. Do not apply after bud cracking (first visible petals).
Pest: Onion Thrips
Rate/ha: 1 L in 400-500 L water/hectare. The use of a wetting agent is recommended.
Critical Comments: Apply when monitoring shows numbers exceed recommended action threshold level. Apply 3-4 applications at 10-14 day intervals, close intervals to 5-7 days during hot conditions. If further treatments are required, use an insecticide with a different active ingredient.
Pest: Mealy Bug, Scale Crawlers, Woolly Aphid and Brown beetle
Rate/ha: 80 mL/ 100 L water or not less than 2.4 L/ha on mature trees
Critical Comments: Ensure complete coverage. Do not exceed 3.1L/ha. Pipfruit Apply at bud movement with a suitable spraying oil. Repeat without oil 10-14 days later at tight cluster. Stonefruit Apply at early bud movement with a suitable spraying oil.
Pest: Aphids, Caterpillars
Rate/ha: 500 mL/ha in approximately 200 L water
Critical Comments: Apply as a single application soon after emergence, at the first signs of insects or insect damage.
Rate/ha: Ground application: 500 mL/ha in 500 L water/ha Aerial application: 500 mL/ha in at least 50 L/ha water
Critical Comments: As a pre-harvest clean up, apply only when flowering has finished and bees are not present in the crop.
Pest: Spiders, Ants and Slaters
Rate/ha: 120 mL in 10 L of water or deodorised kerosene
Critical Comments: Apply to areas around doors, windows, eaves and other resting areas. Re-treat as required.
Avocadoes, Grape, Maize: DO NOT APPLY LATER THAN 14 DAYS BEFORE HARVEST
Cereals for grain: DO NOT APPLY LATER THAN 8 WEEKS BEFORE HARVEST
Fodder crops, Pasture: DO NOT APPLY LATER THAN 7 DAYS BEFORE HARVEST
Kiwifruit: DO NOT APPLY LATER THAN BUD CRACKING (FIRST VISIBLE PETALS)
Onions: DO NOT APPLY LATER THAN 7 DAYS BEFORE HARVEST
Pipfruit: DO NOT APPLY AFTER TIGHT CLUSTER
Squash: DO NOT APPLY LATER THAN 10 DAYS BEFORE HARVEST
Stonefruit: DO NOT APPLY AFTER PETAL FALL
Do not enter any treated area for 24 hours after application. If prior entry is required, chemical resistant coveralls gloves, footwear plus socks, headgear for overhead exposures and protective eyewear must be worn at all times.
Invert container several times before opening. Stir well. Add the full quantity of product to the partly filled spray tank while agitating. Fill tank and agitate to ensure thorough mixing and continue agitation while spraying. Agitate vigorously from the bottom if allowed to stand. Reseal part used containers immediately.
The rates suggested for Orchard crops are for high volume spraying to run off. For concentrate spraying, adjust dilution rate accordingly. Do not apply more than 3.1 L Pyrinex Insecticide per hectare per crop cycle.
For wide-dispersive (aerial) application, the applicator must provide written notice of the proposed application to any person(s) likely to be directly affected by the application, including occupiers and owners of land, dwellings, buildings or property that is immediately abutting the application area. This notice must be given at least two working days but no more than four weeks in advance of each application; and specify the following:
The location of the application area;
The date and approximate duration of each application;
The steps to be taken by the notified parties to avoid exposure (e.g. closing windows and doors, moving laundry indoors, staying inside, etc.);
The name of the organisation(s) undertaking the application;
Contact details for the person in charge of the application (phone, email or postal address, including a contact number for immediate contact during application).
This product is compatible with most commonly used pesticides. It is not compatible with highly alkaline materials such as Bordeaux mixture and lime sulphur
|Cropsarrow_upward||arrow_upwardBBCH||arrow_upwardRegistred norm||arrow_upwardPreharvest Interval|
|Alfalfa, Lucerne||0 - 0||300 - 800||-|
|Avocado||0 - 0||1.7 - 1.7||14|
|Corn, maize||0 - 0||500 - 600||14|
|Grassland||0 - 0||1.25 - 1.25||-|
|Kiwifruit||0 - 0||0 - 0||-|
|Onions||0 - 0||1 - 1||7|
|Pasture||0 - 0||200 - 1700||7|
|Spring barley||0 - 0||300 - 400||56|
|Spring oats||0 - 0||300 - 400||56|
|Spring rye||0 - 0||300 - 400||56|
|Spring triticale||0 - 0||300 - 400||56|
|Spring wheat||0 - 0||300 - 400||56|
|Squash||0 - 0||500 - 500||10|
|Vines||0 - 0||0 - 0||14|
|Winter barley||0 - 0||300 - 400||56|
|Winter oats||0 - 0||300 - 400||56|
|Winter rye||0 - 0||300 - 400||56|
|Winter triticale||0 - 0||300 - 400||56|
|Winter wheat||0 - 0||300 - 400||56|
- Blackhead pasture cockchaferAphodius tasmaniae
- SpringtailOrchesella cincta
- HeliothisHelicoverpa armigera
- Cotton seedling thripsThrips tabaci
- Lucerne fleaSminthurus viridis
- Woolly aphidEriosoma lanigerum
- Sitona weevilSitona discoideus
- Passion Vine HopperScolypopa australis
- Argentine stem weevilListronotus bonariensis
- Grass grubCostelytra zealandica
- Avocado leafrollerHomona spargotis
- Porina caterpillarWiseana spp.