Fercrisa Pirex

Project Description

FERCRISA PIREX

Natural Insecticide. Pyrethrins 4%
Insecticide with rapid action on contact with broad spectrum of activity . It is a totally natural product enriched with 4% pyrethrins and formulated on a base of vegetable oil which increases its effectivity.

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Applications and forms of action

Its application must always be foliar (via leaves), once the presence of the pest is detected.
The product must be in contact with all the aerial organs of the plant during application, as it is a product which acts through contact. It is therefore recommended to wet the vegetal surface
well.
Fercrisa Pirex is a product which, in appropriate dilutions, does not produce phyto-toxicity. Being a photo-sensitve product, it is recommended to use it at times of low brightness, preferably at
dusk or dawn and in air temperatures not less than 5 degrees C or more than 30 degrees C. It is advised to repeat the treatment at intervals of 10-15 days according to necessity.

It’s use is recommended for the control of whitefly, thrips, aphids, cochineal, caterpillars, beetle and other types of insects and mites, on all kinds of crops, whether horticultural, stone and seed fruits, citrus fruits, subtropical fruits, vines,…

Dose

A dose of 0,1% to 0,2% (1 to 2 cc/litre) is recommended, always via the leaves, once the presence of the pest is detected.
(Follow the recommendations for use of the products)

Safety periods

There must be a period of 3 days between treatment and harvesting in horticultural cases. In woody and herbaceous ornomental plants/trees/shrubs there is no fixed safety period.

Incompatibilities

It is incompatible with alkaline preparations. Whilst it is a non-toxic product one must avoid contact with eyes. Do not ingest the product.

Toxicology

There are no known toxicological problems deriving from the use of the product.

Registration – Certificates

Registered as Phyto-sanitary product with the number 25297, as well as product suitable for organic crops (CAAE Certified), according to regulation 834/2007. CertiCAAE: 17820