Bacillus thurengensis var kustaki (btk) shoot & Fruit borer control in organic farming Biopesticide Rs. 640 /

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Dipole-formulation- specification sheet

Bacillus Thuringiensis Kustaki 3 g/l (sure shot Organic)

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Categories Feeding Deterrents    
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Target Insect Control
Types Microbial

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Unique Feature: recommended usage : dipole can be used alone or in combination with registered larvicide to manage certain lepidopteron sp. Larvae in various crops & foliage. advantages Dipole provides control of lepidopteron sp. Larvae with minimal impact on beneficial insect population. dipole can be used effectively in ipm programs. category : biological insecticide .

Composition: Dipole is btk 0. 5 % wp . Worlds first microbial bio-pesticide with 90 % market share. Controls caterpillar pest beautifully. lacon organic certificate attached . Active ingredient:bacillus thuringiensis, var. Kurstaki, strain h 3a, 3b, 3c, containing a. I. – 0. 50% w/w (min)nutrient medium residues – 22. 50%w/w (max) other ingredient (phagostimulant,anti-evaporants ,stickers,sunscreens). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72. 00%w/w (max) carboxy methyl cellulose 5. 00%w/w (max)     total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100%w/w

Features: Additional Information: Item Code: DIPOLE Port of Dispatch: kolkata Production Capacity: 10000 kgs-Month Delivery Time: 7 days ex kolkata Packaging Details: 100 gm, 250gm , 500 gm , 1 kg poly pouches , 40 kg drums

Product Specification: general instructions : dipole contains live spores and endotoxin of a naturally occurring bacterium. This product is toxic only to caterpillars of certain lepidoptera insects (moths and butterflies). It does not harm beneficial insect and mite predators and leaves no harmful crop residues. The product does not kill immediately. Once a caterpillar eats treated foliage, it stops feeding, thus protecting the crop from further damage, but it may hang from the foliage before rotting and dropping to the ground, which normally occurs within 3-4 days . mixing guidelines : ground and low volume application: when combining dipole with other compatible products in spray tanks, ensure that tanks are first emptied of all insecticides and washed out thoroughly. Add water to the spray tank to the level which provides maximum agitation. Add a buffering agent when using water with a ph greater than 8. 5 . With the agitator running, add dipole , continue the agitation, add the other products and then the balance of water. Maintain the suspension while loading and spraying. application guidelines : thorough spray coverage is essential so that this product is ingested by the larvae . If there is rainfall shortly after the treatment, re-treatment may be necessary. For best results time application to coincide with egg hatch and avoid daytime spraying of dipole during hot weather. Repeat treatments as indicated by regular crop checking. To obtain maximum assistance from beneficial insects, avoid use of broad spectrum insecticides during a programme of the above sprays. Ensure label recommendations for any product mixed with dipole are followed when mixing with dipole . suggested dosage : - ulv application : apply in a minimum total volume of 3 l/ha. If necessary, use spray oil to make up to this volume. Use constant agitation when tank mixing. - ground and low volume aerial application: apply in a minimum of 20 l/ha for low volume aerial application and a minimum of 50 l/ha for ground application (100 l/ha is preferable to ensure good coverage). compatibility : dipole is compatible with most ulv formulations of insecticides and fungicides . It is not compatible with methyl in ulv application. do not apply as a tank mix with or within 2 days of application of alkaline products such as cupric hydroxide, foliar nutrients (except for flowable zintrac and zinc sulphate), liquid fertilizers or bordeaux mixture.

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