Insecticide "Calypso" refers to the class of chlornicotinil and has a systemic contact effect on the intestines. Used in the fight against gnawing, sucking, as well as lepidoptera, coleopterans and pentose worms.
Mechanism of action
At the heart of the composition of the insecticide is thiacloprid, when it hits the insects, there is a violation of the transmission of nerve impulses, leading to a lethal outcome (irreversible consequences). Activate the drug begins three hours after the treatment. It has low resistance and low toxicity. The protective period lasts approximately one month. This confirms the instructions for use for the Calypso insecticide.
The following plants treat this plant:
- The currant.
In addition, Calypso is used to protect vegetable crops, such as:
The merits of the insecticide "Calypso" include the following:
- There is no toxic effect.
- Bees are safe (if the recommended dosage is observed).
- Leaflets and flowers are effectively destroyed.
- The loss of yield decreases noticeably, if the treatment is timely.
- A whole month is saved after spraying.
How to spend a remedy?
The amount of the drug depends on the cultures. For 1 liter of water you need only 0.5 ml to protect the plants in the house.
Vegetable cultures are treated with such a composition: an ampoule of 2 ml is diluted with water, after which it is necessary to bring the total volume to ten liters. You can process 100 square meters of land. Fruit trees and shrubs can be treated with the same solution. Onion, garlic, and cabbage require more than twice the concentration, that is, 10 ml of the drug is needed for 10 liters.
Instructions for use
To prepare the solution, it is necessary to dilute the insecticide with a small amount of water, and then dilute to the desired volume. In the treatment of domestic plants, 1 ml of Calypso insecticide per 2 liters of water is used.
Spray plants should be started immediately, as soon as the first pests appeared. The treatment can be carried out in any period of vegetation. When preparing the preparation in accordance with the instructions to the bees, it will not cause any harm. You can not spray plants if it's hot weather, and also immediately after it rained, and before it starts for 2 hours. This is indicated by the instructions for use of Calypso (insecticide).
The preparation "Calypso" can be combined with a variety of growth regulators, insecticides and fumigators, with the exception of copper-containing and alkaline reactions. Check the compatibility of the preparations before they are mixed. That the pests do not develop immunity (resistance) to the drug, you should alternate its use with similar drugs.
Insecticide "Calypso" refers to dangerous substances, it is assigned a second class of danger. For birds and bees, it is low-toxic, unlike aquatic organisms, and therefore it is impossible for the drug to enter water sources. You can not graze livestock in the territory that has just been processed, and it is impossible that the insecticide is in the animal feed. Treatment with the drug is best done in the morning or evening, when it's no wind. This is indicated by the instruction for the insecticide "Calypso".
If the first signs of poisoning have appeared, such as dizziness, nausea, vomiting, headaches, weakness, the affected person should be removed from the area of the insecticide and disguised. If the product gets on the skin, it is removed with cotton or cloth, and the place of contact is washed with water.
That is, the means of Calypso (insecticide) application should be careful.
If they get into eyes, they are washed with water and try not to close them. If the drug has been swallowed, you need to take activated charcoal, 4-5 tablets, drink plenty of water (several glasses) and induce vomiting. After pre-hospital care was given, you should see a doctor.
Insecticide "Calypso" is stored in a dry place, not accessible to children and animals, and also away from drugs, feed and food. Storage temperature from -5 to +30 ° С. At the expiration of the expiry date, the device is not to be used.