Resolva Bug Killer Concentrate

Resolva Bug Killer Concentrate

Resolva Bug Killer Concentrate is fast acting and can be used to control a wide range of difficult pests on over 30 types of fruit, vegetables and flowers (see table below for details). It can be used either indoors, including greenhouses or outdoors and will keep working for up to 2 weeks.

  • Controls over 19 pests
  • Can be used on over 47 crops
  • Keeps working for up to 2 weeks
  • Great for use on ornamentals, flowers, veg & shrubs
  • Contains lambda-cyhalothrin
  • Use plant protection products safely. Always read the label before use
  • Size 250ml

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Where to use

Resolva Bug Killer Concentrate controls aphids (greenfly and blackfly), beetles, bugs (lygus), blossom weevils, capsids, caterpillars, cutworms, cabbage stem weevil, clay-coloured weevil, carrot fly, leaf-curling midges, leaf beetles (including rosemary beetle and lily beetle), pea midge, pea moth, pea and bean weevil, pear sucker, sawflies, scale insects, thrips and whitefly. Resolva Bug Killer Concentrate also gives a reduction in the numbers of mealybugs. Please see table for details.

When to use

Resolva Bug Killer Concentrate can be used all year-round. For best results treat when infestation or symptoms are first seen. For pea moth where there is a history of damage from this pest, apply during flowering. For carrot fly apply to control adult flies after emergence and before eggs are laid. For further information on timing visit www.gardenhealth.com. For whiteflies, scale insects, mealybugs and thrips repeat applications may be required; 1-2 applications should be made at intervals of 7-21 days (except in tree crops where only 1 application is permitted). Do not use more than 2 applications per infestation or per crop.

How to use

Not known to be hazardous to plants. No sensitive plant species or varieties are known. For best results spray plants during the late afternoon or early evening. Avoid spraying in direct sunlight or when plants are under stress e.g. from drought, frost, heat or overwatering. Before treating exotic plants or large areas of the same plant species, undertake a test for damage on one plant and observe for effects over a 10-day period.

• Shake well before use • To make up 1 litre of spray solution: Unscrew the measuring cap off the bottle and pour 20ml of the concentrate into the pressure sprayer, add one litre of water and mix thoroughly • Spray infested plants until visibly wet, but before spray runs off the leaf • Spray both the upper and lower leaf surface.

For the following pests use these spray volumes; Whitefly 300ml – 666ml per 10 sq.m; Pear Sucker 300ml – 600ml per 10 sq.m; Carrot Fly 1000ml per 10 sq.m. For all other pests use 300ml – 500ml per 10 sq.m. Wash out equipment thoroughly after use.

Not recommended for control of whitefly on cucumbers and courgettes. Pesticide resistance in glasshouse whitefly, pear sucker and some aphids is widespread. Where resistant pests are present this product is unlikely to give control. Keep children and pets away from treated area until the spray has dried. May cause tingling/numbness (paraesthesia) if exposed areas are contacted. The effect is transient and may last up to 24 hours.

Risk and safety information

Very toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment. Keep out of the reach of children. Keep away from food, drink and animal feeding stuffs. When using do not eat, drink or smoke. Avoid contact with skin. This material and its container must be disposed of in a safe way. Use appropriate containment to avoid environmental contamination. To avoid risks to man and the environment, comply with the instructions for use

Where to use

Crop Maximum spray interval (days) Harvest interval (days) Maximum rate of spray solution (ml per 10sq.m)
FRUIT      
Strawberries, Grapes 14 7 667 (? litre)
Blackcurrants, Redcurrants, Gooseberries 21 14 500 (½ litre)
Blackberries, Raspberries 21 28 500 (½ litre)
Apples, Pears * 7 667 (? litre)
Cherries, Plums & other Stone fruit * 7 500 (½ litre)
Chestnuts, Hazelnuts (inc. Cobnut & Filbert), Walnuts * 14 667 (? litre)
VEGETABLES      
Beetroot 14 3 500 (½ litre)
Carrots 10-14 14 1000 (1 litre)
Parsnips, Turnips & Swede 10-14 14 667 (? litre)
Celeriac 7 14 667 (? litre)
Radishes 7 7 667 (? litre)
Tomatoes (indoors & outdoors) & Aubergines (indoors only) 12 3 667 (? litre)
Peppers (indoors only) 12 3 667 (? litre)
Cucumbers & Courgettes (Zucchini) (outdoors only) 12-14 5 500 (½ litre)
Cucumbers & Courgettes (Zucchini) (indoors only) 12-14 3 500 (½ litre)
Sweetcorn 7 7 667 (? litre)
Cabbages, Broccoli (inc. Calabrese), Cauliflowers & Brussels Sprouts 10-14 7 667 (? litre)
Lettuces, Curly Endive & other salad plants (inc. leafy Brassicas) (outdoors only) 10-14 7 500 (½ litre)
Herbs (outdoors only) 10-14 7 500 (½ litre)
Dwarf French Beans, Runner Beans & Navy Beans 10-14 3 500 (½ litre)
Broad Beans 7 7 500 (½ litre)
Peas 12-21 3 500 (½ litre)
Celery, Fennel 14 7 500 (½ litre)
Potatoes 7 14 500 (½ litre)
ORNAMENTALS      
Flowering & herbaceous shrubs, potted plants & flowers 14 None 1000 (1 litre)

*Treat only once per year

 Safety instructions

Direct spray away from ponds and other surface water bodies • Dangerous to bees • Do not use where bees are actively foraging • Risk to non-target insects and other arthropods • KEEP PRODUCT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER, tightly closed, in a safe place • Do not contaminate water with the product or its container • Do not empty into drains • UK ONLY: Dispose of unused product and its container at a household waste site (civic amenity site) • Contact your local council (local authority) for details • Dispose of empty container in the dustbin

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