New active constituent
The Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) has recently approved a new insecticide active constituent combination for use in grape production. The ‘Dog book’ resources available online including the pdf and search facility have been updated to reflect this addition. The app will be updated on 8 July.
ACETAMIPRID AND PYRIPROXYFEN
‘Trivor’ is an Adama Australia Pty Ltd product.
‘Trivor’ is registered for control of grapevine scale, light brown apple moth and long tailed mealybug in grapevines. It is an activity group 4A + 7C insecticide.
Recommended restriction on use (withholding period) for grapes destined for export wine: Use no later than E-L 19, 16 leaves separated, beginning of flowering (first flower caps loosening). Limit the use of ‘Trivor’ to one application per season.
Users of agrochemicals are reminded to read and follow all label directions.
This information is provided to inform the Australian grape and wine sector and should not be interpreted as an endorsement of any product.