Provado Ultimate Fruit & Vegetable Bug Killer - Ready to Use


Provado Ultimate Fruit & Vegetable Bug Killer Ready to Use is a formulation previously only available to the professional market. It can be used on a comprehensive range of fruit and veg plants such as apples and pears, runner beans, lettuce and many more.

Benefits

  • Kills and controls greenfly, blackfly, caterpillars, beetles, weevils, apple & pear suckers, capsids, sawfly and whitefly.
  • Protects against these for up to 2 weeks.
  • The ready to use formulation makes this ideal for Grow Your Own.

Target(s)

Greenfly, blackfly, caterpillars, beetles, weevils, apple & pear suckers, capsids, sawfly and whitefly

Authorised usage

Apples and pears, peas, runner beans, lettuce and many more fruits and vegetables

Application method

Ready to use sprayer

Advice on application

Kills Greenfly, Blackfly, Caterpillars (including Cutworms), Beetles, Weevils, Apple & Pear Suckers, Capsids, Sawfly and Whitefly on ornamental plants and a wide range of edible crops.

 

For ornamentals, vegetables and glasshouse crops:

Spray at the first sign of infestation. If necessary repeat the treatment 7-14 days later depending on the crop. For the prolonged control of whitefly regular and repeat applications may be required. 

 

Peas and Beans:

For the control of Pea & Bean Weevil, apply at first signs of adult damage (leaf notching). Repeat after 2-3 weeks if prolonged and heavy attack.

Apples:

For the control of Caterpillars, Apple Sucker, Apple Grass Aphid, apply in spring when the buds are opening (at green cluster).

For the control of Codling and Tortrix Moth, Sawfly, late Capsid, apply at about mid-June. A further application may be applied three weeks later. A third spray may be necessary in late July or early August if Tortrix Moths are a problem.

Pears: For the control of Pear Sucker (overwintered adults, eggs and nymphs), apply before flowering blossom and at any time from petal fall onwards. Do not apply during blossom period.

Plums: For the control of Red Plum Maggot, Plum Fruit Moth, apply in mid-June; a further application may be made after 3 weeks. 

 

Avoid spraying delicate open blooms. The best time to spray is early morning or late evening. Do not spray in bright sunlight or when plants are dry at the roots.



Precaution for use

Keeps children and pets away from treated areas until spray has dried

Regulatory information

Registration name: Provado Ultimate Fruit & Vegetable Bug Killer

Registration number: MAPP 15873