Hunter® 24

Hunter® 24 SC – Translaminar insecticide with stomach and contact activity for the control of potato tuber moth larvae in potatoes and red spider mite in tomatoes.

Hunter® 24

Hunter® 24 SC – Translaminar insecticide with stomach and contact activity for the control of potato tuber moth larvae in potatoes and red spider mite in tomatoes.


Benefits

As an effective pest control tool in Insecticide Resistance Management (IRM) and Integrated Pest Management (IPM) strategies, Hunter® 24 SC effectively controls insects and mites, resistant to other classes of chemistry, leaving your crop insect free. Hunter® 24 SC is recommended on potatoes and tomatoes as part of a preventive control programme to ensure a better harvest and improved yield.

Details

General information

Name Hunter® 24
Formulation Suspension Concentrate (SC)
Ingredients 240 g / lt chlorfenapyr (pyrrole)
Common red spider
Recommended rate Time of application Number of application
50 ml / 100 lt water Hunter™ 24 - Apply from 75% petal drop when banded fruit weevils have been observed in cardboard traps or feeding on lower shoots. In high infestation situations early in the season, a second application must be made 14 days later. Regular monitoring for banded fruit weevil must be maintained throughout the season and if a third application is necessary, an unrelated product such as Fastac® SC should be used. Apply as a high volume spray, using the tree row volume formula to determine the volume of water to use per hectare.Ensure thorough wetting of the entire tree. See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS. 1
Recommended rate Time of application Number of application
50 ml / 100 lt water Hunter® 24 - Regular orchard inspections are essential. At the first sign of adult female mites, a single application must be made. Apply as a high volume spray using tree row volume formula to determine the volume of water to be used per hectare. Ensure thorough wetting of the entire tree. Should mites recur in the orchards, an adulticide, which has a short pre–harvest interval, should be applied. See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS 1
Recommended rate Time of application Number of application
50 ml / 100 lt water Hunter® 24 - Apply at early blossom (before bees are introduced to the orchard) and repeat at the same dosage at 75 % petal drop (after bees have been removed). Apply as a high volume spray using the tree row volume formula to determine the volume of water to use per hectare. Ensure thorough wetting of the entire tree. These treatments will also control banded fruit weevil and early infestations of red spider mite, if present at application. See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS. 2
Pests (Insects & Rodents)
Recommended rate Time of application Number of application
DIRECT APPLICATION - 60 ml / 100 lt water. OVERALL APPLICATION - 300 ml / ha. HOME GARDEN - 6 ml / 10 lt water. Hunter® 241. DIRECTED ROW APPLICATION: Low infestations: Commence application soon after transplanting (when plants are established) and repeat every 7 – 10 days.High infestations Spray intervals must be reduced to seven days, as well as during warm weather conditions. Hunter™ 24 should be used as a preventive treatment and not as a corrective treatment. Spray the whole plant to the point of run–off. Use from 200 lt spray mixture / ha on small plants and increase to 600ℓ spray mixture / ha as plants grow. SPRAY A MINIMUM OF 1, 2 lt SPAY MIXTURE / 100 m PLANTED ROW. The addition of a wetter is recommended.For resistance management, it is recommended not to apply more than four sprays per growing season. Replace later applications with products having different modes of action.2. OVERALL APPLICATION: Apply as recommended above with DIRECTED ROW APPLICATION, but use 600 – 800 lt water / ha.3. HOME GARDEN: Apply Hunter® 24 preventively. Apply the first spray soon after transplanting, when seedlings are established. Spray entire plant to the point of run–off. Repeat applications every 7 – 10 days. Do not apply more than four applications, but use other registered remedies with a different mode of action, later in the season if necessary. See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS under DIRECTIONS FOR USE. Maximum 4
Thrips
Recommended rate Time of application Number of application
Bearing trees, Non-bearing and nursery trees: 45 ml / 100 lt water. Bait spray (Pre- and post flowering period) 30 ml + 200 g white sugar / 100 lt water Hunter® 24 - Bearing trees: Apply as a medium cover spray at 90 – 100 % petal drop. Ensure that the application is before calyx closure. Non–bearing and nursery trees: Apply to each new growth flush. Do not apply more than four applications per season. In orchards where mealy bug is a regular pest, use only when it is under commercial control. See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS under DIRECTIONS FOR USE above.Pre–and post-flowering period: Apply 5 – 10 lt spray mixture / tree according to tree size, when thrips is noticed. Do not apply more than three times per season and not later than mid-December. -
Common red spider
Recommended rate Time of application Number of application
Ground Application – 0,9 m of 1,0 m rows: 750 ml / ha. Ground Application – wider rows: 7.5 ml / 100 m row. Hunter® 24 - Commence application as soon as the economic threshold level of the spider mite population is reached or exceeded for a given growth stage OR when the spider mite population index shows a sudden increase from one week to the next. Weekly scouting of the cotton plants is essential to ensure efficient population monitoring.Ground application – 0, 9 or 1, 0 m rows: Boom and nozzle: Apply in 300 lt water / ha ensuring thorough coverage of all parts of the plant.Ground application – wider rows: In the case of dry–land plantings where cotton is grown in tramline rows, apply this rate in 3 lt water per 100 m row and use nozzles over the row as well as on drop–arms to ensure good coverage of the whole plant. -
Pests (Insects & Rodents)
Recommended rate Time of application Number of application
50 ml / 100 lt water Hunter® 24 - For prevention of russeting: Apply at 50 % blossom and repeat 14 days later. Apply as a high volume spray using the tree row volume formula to determine the volume of water to use per hectare. Ensure thorough wetting of the entire tree. Do not use less than 500 ml product / ha.For prevention of silvering: Apply a single spray as close to harvest as possible but not within 30 days before harvest. Apply as a high volume spray using the tree row volume formula to determine the volume of water to use per hectare. Ensure thorough wetting of the entire tree. Do not use less than 500 mℓ product / ha. See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS.Apply from 75 % petal drop when banded fruit weevils have been observed in cardboard traps or feeding from lower shoots. In high infestation situations early in the season, a second application must be made 14 days later. Regular monitoring for banded fruit weevil must be maintained throughout the season and if a third application is necessary; an unrelated product such as Fastac® SC should be used. Apply as a high volume spray using the tree row volume formula to determine the volume of water to use per hectare. Ensure thorough wetting of the entire tree.See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS. -
Recommended rate Time of application Number of application
50 ml / 100 lt water Hunter™ 24 - Apply from 75 % petal drop when banded fruit weevils have been observed in cardboard traps or feeding from lower shoots. In high infestation situations early in the season, a second application must be made 14 days later. Regular monitoring for banded fruit weevil must be maintained throughout the season and if a third application is necessary, an unrelated product such as Fastac® SC should be used. Apply as a high volume spray using the tree row volume formula to determine the volume of water to use per hectare.Ensure thorough wetting of the entire tree.See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS 2
Common red spider
Recommended rate Time of application Number of application
50 ml / 100 lt water Hunter® 24 - Regular orchard inspections are essential. At the first sign of adult female mites, a single application must be made. Apply as a high volume spray using tree row volume formula to determine the volume of water to be used per hectare. Ensure thorough wetting of the entire tree. Should mites recur in the orchards, an adulticide, which has a short pre–harvest interval, should be applied. See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS 1
Potato tuber moth
Recommended rate Time of application Number of application
- Hunter® 24Ground application: Apply preventively as a full cover spray from when the first moths are present. Apply in a minimum of 500ℓ spray mix / ha. Repeat application every 14 days. Regular monitoring for potato tuber moth must be maintained throughout the season. It is recommended to reduce the spray interval to seven days when conditions of rapid crop growth occur and / or with high infestations of tuber moth larvae. Ensure that proper ridging has been practised at least twice during the growing season of the crop. In cases where the tubers are to be left in the ground for any period of time, ensure that there are no cracks in the soil. The efficacy of the product can be negatively influenced when cracks in the soil occur, where moths can gain access to potato tubers. Aerial application: As above for ground application by applying in 40ℓ water / ha. -
Pests (Insects & Rodents)
Recommended rate Time of application Number of application
50 ml / 100 lt water Hunter® 24Apply at early blossom (before bees are introduced into the orchard) and repeat at 75 % petal drop (after bees have been removed). Apply as a high volume spray using the tree row volume formula to determine the volume of water to use per hectare. Ensure thorough wetting of the entire tree. Do not use less than 500 mℓ product / ha. -
Pests (Insects & Rodents)
Recommended rate Time of application Number of application
50 ml / 100 lt water Hunter® 24 - Table grapes: For prevention of “halo” spot: Apply at 30 % – 50 % caps fallen (flower) and repeat 14 days later. Apply between 1000 and 2000 lt spray mixture / ha. Ensure thorough wetting of the entire vine. Do not use less than 500 ml product / ha. Banded fruit weevils will also be controlled if present at application and regular monitoring for weevils must be maintained throughout the season. If a third application is necessary, an unrelated product such as Fastac® SC should be used.See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS 2
Recommended rate Time of application Number of application
50 ml / 100 lt water Table and wine grapes- Apply when banded fruit weevils have been observed in cardboard traps or feeding on lower shoots. In high infestation situations early in the season, a second application must be made 14 days later. Regular monitoring for banded fruit weevil must be maintained throughout the season and if a third application is necessary, Fastac® SC should be used. Apply as a high volume spray, ensuring thorough wetting of the entire vine.See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS. 2
Common red spider
Recommended rate Time of application Number of application
- Hunter® 24Apply at first signs of infestation as a high volume, high pressure, full cover spray to point of run–off. Apply in up to 2 000ℓ spray mix per hectare. If less than 1 250ℓ spray mix / ha is used, see minimum dosage rates below : Minimum volumes of Hunter® 24 to be used per hectare:• Plants smaller than 40 cm : 525 mℓ / ha.• Plants taller than 40 cm : 750 mℓ / ha.• Under severe mite pressure do not use less than 750 mℓ/ ha>Ensure full cover spray and thorough wetting of all leaves and fruit. Repeat application if necessary. -
Pests (Insects & Rodents)
Recommended rate Time of application Number of application
40 ml / 100 lt water (4 ml / 10 lt water) Hunter® 24 - Apply as a high volume full cover spray to point of run–off using up to 2000 lt spray mixture per hectare. Use a minimum of 400 mℓ and a maximum of 800 ml Hunter® 24 per hectare. Applications should be made as soon as adult mites first appear. (See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS, as well as USE RESTRICTIONS – Ornamentals above). -
Pests (Insects & Rodents)
Recommended rate Time of application Number of application
50 ml / 100 lt water Hunter® 24 - Table grapes: For prevention of “halo” spot: Apply at 30 % – 50 % caps fallen (flower) and repeat 14 days later. Apply between 1000 and 2000 lt spray mixture / ha. Ensure thorough wetting of the entire vine. Do not use less than 500 ml product / ha. Banded fruit weevils will also be controlled if present at application and regular monitoring for weevils must be maintained throughout the season. If a third application is necessary, an unrelated product such as Fastac® SC should be used.See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS 2
Recommended rate Time of application Number of application
50 ml / 100 lt water Table and wine grapes- Apply when banded fruit weevils have been observed in cardboard traps or feeding on lower shoots. In high infestation situations early in the season, a second application must be made 14 days later. Regular monitoring for banded fruit weevil must be maintained throughout the season and if a third application is necessary, Fastac® SC should be used. Apply as a high volume spray, ensuring thorough wetting of the entire vine.See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS. 2

General information

Name Hunter® 24
Formulation Suspension Concentrate (SC)
Ingredients 240 g / lt chlorfenapyr (pyrrole)
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Apple - Common red spider
Recommended rate
50 ml / 100 lt water
Time of application
Hunter™ 24 - Apply from 75% petal drop when banded fruit weevils have been observed in cardboard traps or feeding on lower shoots. In high infestation situations early in the season, a second application must be made 14 days later. Regular monitoring for banded fruit weevil must be maintained throughout the season and if a third application is necessary, an unrelated product such as Fastac® SC should be used. Apply as a high volume spray, using the tree row volume formula to determine the volume of water to use per hectare.Ensure thorough wetting of the entire tree. See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS.
Number of application
1
Recommended rate
50 ml / 100 lt water
Time of application
Hunter® 24 - Regular orchard inspections are essential. At the first sign of adult female mites, a single application must be made. Apply as a high volume spray using tree row volume formula to determine the volume of water to be used per hectare. Ensure thorough wetting of the entire tree. Should mites recur in the orchards, an adulticide, which has a short pre–harvest interval, should be applied. See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS
Number of application
1
Recommended rate
50 ml / 100 lt water
Time of application
Hunter® 24 - Apply at early blossom (before bees are introduced to the orchard) and repeat at the same dosage at 75 % petal drop (after bees have been removed). Apply as a high volume spray using the tree row volume formula to determine the volume of water to use per hectare. Ensure thorough wetting of the entire tree. These treatments will also control banded fruit weevil and early infestations of red spider mite, if present at application. See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS.
Number of application
2
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Cabbage - Pests (Insects & Rodents)
Recommended rate
DIRECT APPLICATION - 60 ml / 100 lt water. OVERALL APPLICATION - 300 ml / ha. HOME GARDEN - 6 ml / 10 lt water.
Time of application
Hunter® 241. DIRECTED ROW APPLICATION: Low infestations: Commence application soon after transplanting (when plants are established) and repeat every 7 – 10 days.High infestations Spray intervals must be reduced to seven days, as well as during warm weather conditions. Hunter™ 24 should be used as a preventive treatment and not as a corrective treatment. Spray the whole plant to the point of run–off. Use from 200 lt spray mixture / ha on small plants and increase to 600ℓ spray mixture / ha as plants grow. SPRAY A MINIMUM OF 1, 2 lt SPAY MIXTURE / 100 m PLANTED ROW. The addition of a wetter is recommended.For resistance management, it is recommended not to apply more than four sprays per growing season. Replace later applications with products having different modes of action.2. OVERALL APPLICATION: Apply as recommended above with DIRECTED ROW APPLICATION, but use 600 – 800 lt water / ha.3. HOME GARDEN: Apply Hunter® 24 preventively. Apply the first spray soon after transplanting, when seedlings are established. Spray entire plant to the point of run–off. Repeat applications every 7 – 10 days. Do not apply more than four applications, but use other registered remedies with a different mode of action, later in the season if necessary. See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS under DIRECTIONS FOR USE.
Number of application
Maximum 4
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Citrus - Thrips
Recommended rate
Bearing trees, Non-bearing and nursery trees: 45 ml / 100 lt water. Bait spray (Pre- and post flowering period) 30 ml + 200 g white sugar / 100 lt water
Time of application
Hunter® 24 - Bearing trees: Apply as a medium cover spray at 90 – 100 % petal drop. Ensure that the application is before calyx closure. Non–bearing and nursery trees: Apply to each new growth flush. Do not apply more than four applications per season. In orchards where mealy bug is a regular pest, use only when it is under commercial control. See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS under DIRECTIONS FOR USE above.Pre–and post-flowering period: Apply 5 – 10 lt spray mixture / tree according to tree size, when thrips is noticed. Do not apply more than three times per season and not later than mid-December.
Number of application
-
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Cotton - Common red spider
Recommended rate
Ground Application – 0,9 m of 1,0 m rows: 750 ml / ha. Ground Application – wider rows: 7.5 ml / 100 m row.
Time of application
Hunter® 24 - Commence application as soon as the economic threshold level of the spider mite population is reached or exceeded for a given growth stage OR when the spider mite population index shows a sudden increase from one week to the next. Weekly scouting of the cotton plants is essential to ensure efficient population monitoring.Ground application – 0, 9 or 1, 0 m rows: Boom and nozzle: Apply in 300 lt water / ha ensuring thorough coverage of all parts of the plant.Ground application – wider rows: In the case of dry–land plantings where cotton is grown in tramline rows, apply this rate in 3 lt water per 100 m row and use nozzles over the row as well as on drop–arms to ensure good coverage of the whole plant.
Number of application
-
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Nectarine - Pests (Insects & Rodents)
Recommended rate
50 ml / 100 lt water
Time of application
Hunter® 24 - For prevention of russeting: Apply at 50 % blossom and repeat 14 days later. Apply as a high volume spray using the tree row volume formula to determine the volume of water to use per hectare. Ensure thorough wetting of the entire tree. Do not use less than 500 ml product / ha.For prevention of silvering: Apply a single spray as close to harvest as possible but not within 30 days before harvest. Apply as a high volume spray using the tree row volume formula to determine the volume of water to use per hectare. Ensure thorough wetting of the entire tree. Do not use less than 500 mℓ product / ha. See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS.Apply from 75 % petal drop when banded fruit weevils have been observed in cardboard traps or feeding from lower shoots. In high infestation situations early in the season, a second application must be made 14 days later. Regular monitoring for banded fruit weevil must be maintained throughout the season and if a third application is necessary; an unrelated product such as Fastac® SC should be used. Apply as a high volume spray using the tree row volume formula to determine the volume of water to use per hectare. Ensure thorough wetting of the entire tree.See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS.
Number of application
-
Recommended rate
50 ml / 100 lt water
Time of application
Hunter™ 24 - Apply from 75 % petal drop when banded fruit weevils have been observed in cardboard traps or feeding from lower shoots. In high infestation situations early in the season, a second application must be made 14 days later. Regular monitoring for banded fruit weevil must be maintained throughout the season and if a third application is necessary, an unrelated product such as Fastac® SC should be used. Apply as a high volume spray using the tree row volume formula to determine the volume of water to use per hectare.Ensure thorough wetting of the entire tree.See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS
Number of application
2
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Pear - Common red spider
Recommended rate
50 ml / 100 lt water
Time of application
Hunter® 24 - Regular orchard inspections are essential. At the first sign of adult female mites, a single application must be made. Apply as a high volume spray using tree row volume formula to determine the volume of water to be used per hectare. Ensure thorough wetting of the entire tree. Should mites recur in the orchards, an adulticide, which has a short pre–harvest interval, should be applied. See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS
Number of application
1
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Potatoes - Potato tuber moth
Recommended rate
-
Time of application
Hunter® 24Ground application: Apply preventively as a full cover spray from when the first moths are present. Apply in a minimum of 500ℓ spray mix / ha. Repeat application every 14 days. Regular monitoring for potato tuber moth must be maintained throughout the season. It is recommended to reduce the spray interval to seven days when conditions of rapid crop growth occur and / or with high infestations of tuber moth larvae. Ensure that proper ridging has been practised at least twice during the growing season of the crop. In cases where the tubers are to be left in the ground for any period of time, ensure that there are no cracks in the soil. The efficacy of the product can be negatively influenced when cracks in the soil occur, where moths can gain access to potato tubers. Aerial application: As above for ground application by applying in 40ℓ water / ha.
Number of application
-
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Prune - Pests (Insects & Rodents)
Recommended rate
50 ml / 100 lt water
Time of application
Hunter® 24Apply at early blossom (before bees are introduced into the orchard) and repeat at 75 % petal drop (after bees have been removed). Apply as a high volume spray using the tree row volume formula to determine the volume of water to use per hectare. Ensure thorough wetting of the entire tree. Do not use less than 500 mℓ product / ha.
Number of application
-
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Tables Grapes - Pests (Insects & Rodents)
Recommended rate
50 ml / 100 lt water
Time of application
Hunter® 24 - Table grapes: For prevention of “halo” spot: Apply at 30 % – 50 % caps fallen (flower) and repeat 14 days later. Apply between 1000 and 2000 lt spray mixture / ha. Ensure thorough wetting of the entire vine. Do not use less than 500 ml product / ha. Banded fruit weevils will also be controlled if present at application and regular monitoring for weevils must be maintained throughout the season. If a third application is necessary, an unrelated product such as Fastac® SC should be used.See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS
Number of application
2
Recommended rate
50 ml / 100 lt water
Time of application
Table and wine grapes- Apply when banded fruit weevils have been observed in cardboard traps or feeding on lower shoots. In high infestation situations early in the season, a second application must be made 14 days later. Regular monitoring for banded fruit weevil must be maintained throughout the season and if a third application is necessary, Fastac® SC should be used. Apply as a high volume spray, ensuring thorough wetting of the entire vine.See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS.
Number of application
2
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Tomato - Common red spider
Recommended rate
-
Time of application
Hunter® 24Apply at first signs of infestation as a high volume, high pressure, full cover spray to point of run–off. Apply in up to 2 000ℓ spray mix per hectare. If less than 1 250ℓ spray mix / ha is used, see minimum dosage rates below : Minimum volumes of Hunter® 24 to be used per hectare:• Plants smaller than 40 cm : 525 mℓ / ha.• Plants taller than 40 cm : 750 mℓ / ha.• Under severe mite pressure do not use less than 750 mℓ/ ha>Ensure full cover spray and thorough wetting of all leaves and fruit. Repeat application if necessary.
Number of application
-
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Trees And Shrubs - Pests (Insects & Rodents)
Recommended rate
40 ml / 100 lt water (4 ml / 10 lt water)
Time of application
Hunter® 24 - Apply as a high volume full cover spray to point of run–off using up to 2000 lt spray mixture per hectare. Use a minimum of 400 mℓ and a maximum of 800 ml Hunter® 24 per hectare. Applications should be made as soon as adult mites first appear. (See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS, as well as USE RESTRICTIONS – Ornamentals above).
Number of application
-
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Wine Grapes - Pests (Insects & Rodents)
Recommended rate
50 ml / 100 lt water
Time of application
Hunter® 24 - Table grapes: For prevention of “halo” spot: Apply at 30 % – 50 % caps fallen (flower) and repeat 14 days later. Apply between 1000 and 2000 lt spray mixture / ha. Ensure thorough wetting of the entire vine. Do not use less than 500 ml product / ha. Banded fruit weevils will also be controlled if present at application and regular monitoring for weevils must be maintained throughout the season. If a third application is necessary, an unrelated product such as Fastac® SC should be used.See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS
Number of application
2
Recommended rate
50 ml / 100 lt water
Time of application
Table and wine grapes- Apply when banded fruit weevils have been observed in cardboard traps or feeding on lower shoots. In high infestation situations early in the season, a second application must be made 14 days later. Regular monitoring for banded fruit weevil must be maintained throughout the season and if a third application is necessary, Fastac® SC should be used. Apply as a high volume spray, ensuring thorough wetting of the entire vine.See also GENERAL DIRECTIONS and RESISTANCE WARNINGS.
Number of application
2

Why Hunter® 24?

Hunter® 24 SC – Translaminar insecticide with stomach and contact activity for the control of potato tuber moth larvae in potatoes and red spider mite in tomatoes.

As a farmer you cannot afford to have your crop damaged by insects and mites. Therefore, you need a preventive product such as Hunter® 24 SC – a highly effective foliar insecticide with a unique mode of action.

Hunter® 24 SC:

  • Contains 240 g / ℓ chlorfenapyr.
  • Is a formulated pro-insecticide for effective mite control in tomatoes.
  • Is active mainly by ingestion, however, limited contact action occurs as well.
  • Is rainfast within one hour after application.
  • Has excellent translaminar mobility in the leaf.
  • Shows outstanding residual activity, especially on mites.
  • Has improved mammalian toxicology profile over older chemistry.
  • Is a formulated pro-insecticide for effective mite control in tomatoes.
  • Does not affect the nervous system of the insect, but suppresses its energy factory, namely the mitochondria and as a result it dies.
  • Has limited effect on beneficials, as after application affected species generally re-establish populations rapidly.
  • Is effective on potato tuber moth larvae in potatoes and red spider mite in tomatoes.

As an effective pest control tool in Insecticide Resistance Management (IRM) and Integrated Pest Management (IPM) strategies, Hunter® 24 SC effectively controls insects and mites, resistant to other classes of chemistry, leaving your crop insect free. Hunter® 24 SC is recommended on potatoes and tomatoes as part of a preventive control programme to ensure a better harvest and improved yield.

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