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Hook Tuta - Attract & Kill for Tuta Absoluta

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Description:

HOOK Tuta is a fully formulated, ready-to-use formulation that does not require dilution with water. Hook Tuta can be applied using various application techniques and equipment. Warm, soapy water can be used to clean equipment. In order to avoid product drying, unused Hook Tuta should be well sealed and stored in a cool, dry place.

Application Directions:

Application methods and sites: In order to achieve effective control of Tuta absoluta, proper application needs to be completed. Hook Tuta should be applied to locations that cannot be easily accessed by the general public such as higher up on fences, other inanimate objects, tree trunks, branches, non-edible foliage, etc. Hook Tuta must not be applied directly to fruit or edible parts of plants.Hook Tuta will be most effective when applied near the top of the tomato plant. Higher placement of Hook Tuta dollops will provide the best attract and kill effect.

Application Rates and Intervals Between Applications: Apply Hook Tuta to non-edible crop surfaces such as branches, at a rate of 1000 grams per hectare. The potent pheromone attractant will draw male T. absoluta from long distances allowing for convenient spacing between Hook Tuta point sources. Refer to tables below for specific application parameters.

Application Timing and Frequency: Hook Tuta selectively eliminates male T. absoluta from a localized area; therefore, disrupting mating and causing a decline in population that can lead to localized reduction or elimination. Population reduction will not occur immediately. In order to protect crops from damage, begin Hook Tuta applications immediately after T. absoluta are detected in pheromone monitoring traps. Re-apply Hook Tuta every 6- to 8-weeks as indicated by population monitoring. This product resists wash-off. Hook Tuta can be combined with other direct; on-fruit protection methods such as insecticide sprays. Hook Tuta will be most effective when used in a preventative, season long control program that starts before moth populations build and fruit become susceptible to damage. Removal and disruption of males will function optimally when populations are maintained at low levels.

 

Pests and Application Rates:

Choose re-application interval based upon pest pressure per application site.

 

Target Pests

(Controlled or Suppressed)

 

HOOK TUTA

Tomato Leafminer: Tuta absoluta

1000 grams per hectare

 

0.5 or 1 gram point sources evenly distributed

 

Description:

HOOK Tuta is a fully formulated, ready-to-use formulation that does not require dilution with water. Hook Tuta can be applied using various application techniques and equipment. Warm, soapy water can be used to clean equipment. In order to avoid product drying, unused Hook Tuta should be well sealed and stored in a cool, dry place.

Application Directions:

Application methods and sites: In order to achieve effective control of Tuta absoluta, proper application needs to be completed. Hook Tuta should be applied to locations that cannot be easily accessed by the general public such as higher up on fences, other inanimate objects, tree trunks, branches, non-edible foliage, etc. Hook Tuta must not be applied directly to fruit or edible parts of plants.Hook Tuta will be most effective when applied near the top of the tomato plant. Higher placement of Hook Tuta dollops will provide the best attract and kill effect.

Application Rates and Intervals Between Applications: Apply Hook Tuta to non-edible crop surfaces such as branches, at a rate of 1000 grams per hectare. The potent pheromone attractant will draw male T. absoluta from long distances allowing for convenient spacing between Hook Tuta point sources. Refer to tables below for specific application parameters.

Application Timing and Frequency: Hook Tuta selectively eliminates male T. absoluta from a localized area; therefore, disrupting mating and causing a decline in population that can lead to localized reduction or elimination. Population reduction will not occur immediately. In order to protect crops from damage, begin Hook Tuta applications immediately after T. absoluta are detected in pheromone monitoring traps. Re-apply Hook Tuta every 6- to 8-weeks as indicated by population monitoring. This product resists wash-off. Hook Tuta can be combined with other direct; on-fruit protection methods such as insecticide sprays. Hook Tuta will be most effective when used in a preventative, season long control program that starts before moth populations build and fruit become susceptible to damage. Removal and disruption of males will function optimally when populations are maintained at low levels.

 

Pests and Application Rates:

Choose re-application interval based upon pest pressure per application site.

 

Target Pests

(Controlled or Suppressed)

 

HOOK TUTA

Tomato Leafminer: Tuta absoluta

1000 grams per hectare

 

0.5 or 1 gram point sources evenly distributed

 


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