Conserve Insecticide 1lt

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Conserve is a selective insecticide for the control of western flower thrip (WFT) (Frankiniella occidentalis) in protected ornamental plant production and protected crops of cucumber, tomato, pepper and aubergine.
It contains spinosad, an active ingredient derived from the biological fermentation of a naturally occuring soil bacteria Saccharopolyspora spinosa.
Conserve can be used as part of an integrated pest management programme.
Width 9.5000 Formulation Type Suspension concentrate.
Harvest Interval Cucumbers, tomato, pepper, aubergine: 3 days. Active Ingredient 120g/l (11.6% w/w) spinosad.
VolumeUnit (lt or m3) CubicMeters Technical Comments Use plant protection products safely. Always read the label and product information before use.
Crop Protected ornamental plant production, protected cucumbers, protected tomatoes, protected pepper & protected aubergine. Activity / Control An approved professional insecticide for control of western flower thrips.
Application Rate 75 ml/100 lt for protected ornamental plant production, 80ml/100lt for cucumbers, tomato, pepper and aubergine. Application Method Foliar spray.
RAC Code IRAC Code: 5 Predominant Colour WHITE
PCS Number 03728 MAPP Number 12058
Manufacturer CORTEVA Weight 1.132000
Volume 0.000000 Height 22.5000
Length 9.5000

There are a limited number of situations in which a pesticide (and this may be an insecticide, fungicide, plant growth regulator or herbicide) may be used outside the terms of its approved label. These are detailed in EAMU (extension of authorisation for minor use), formerly known as SOLA (specific off-label approval) documents or allowed extensions of use as detailed in the Long Term Arrangements for Extension of Use. 

The Long Term Arrangements for Extension of Use and copies of individual EAMU documents are available from the Chemicals Regulation Directorate website.

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