Dominex 100EC Insecticide and other products registered for grapevines containing 100g/L of alpha-cypermethrin as their only active constituent, have been granted an off-label permit by the National Registration Authority for the control of garden weevil in grapevines.
In force from 04 November 2002 to 30 September 2005.
This permit covers the control of Garden weevil in TAS, WA and SA only and Blackvine weevil in TAS only.
Apply as a butt drench of 100ml of product per 100L of water at a rate of 300 to 500 ml to each vine butt and post. Do not apply to foliage.
Restriction on use for domestic and export grapes: Use no later than 80% capfall.
The following products have been granted an off-label permit by the National Registration Authority for the control of Garden weevil in bearing grapevines: Sumitomo Sumi-alpha 19EC Insecticide containing 19 g/L esfenvalerate as its only active constituent and Hallmark 50EC Insecticide and Sumitomo Sumi-alpha 50 EC Insecticide containing 50 g/L esfenvalerate as their only active constituent.
In force from 01 November 2002 to 01 November 2003.
Apply as a foliar spray at 80ml/100L for products containing 19 g/L of esfenvalerate and 30ml/100L for products containing 50 g/L of esfenvalerate. Do not apply more than 2 applications.
Restriction on use for domestic grapes: Use no later than 28 days before harvest.
Restriction on use for export grapes: Use no later than 80% capfall.
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This information is provided to inform the wine industry of agrochemical product information, and should not be interpreted as an endorsement.