Tripsol® is a fast acting stomach and contact insecticide with particular attributes for repllancy of adult pests. It contains two effective insecticide active ingredients for robust control and resistance management. As Tripsopl is primarily a contact insecticide, thorough coverage of plants is important for optimum results.
Pollinators: When applied during non-foraging periods such as early morning or evening, application will not interfere with the activity of honeybees once the spray has dried, other than causing a short 2-3 day reduced foraging effect.
The maximum application rate for Tripsol® shall be 0.85 L/ha (19.13 g acrinathrin/ha and 10.71 abamectin/ha) with a maximum application frequency of four applications per year and a minimum application interval of seven days.
Tripsol mixes readily with water and is compatible with commonly used fungicides.
Tripsol® contains a synthetic pyrethroid insecticide with the sodium channel modulation mode of action plus an avermectin with a chloride channel activation mode of action. Despite having a dual mode of action, individual members of a pest population could become resistant to Tripsol® due to natural genetic variation. To minimise the risk of these resistant pests dominating the population, use Tripsol strictly in accordance with label instructions and any resistance management strategies that may exist. Avoid using group 3 or group 6 insecticides
exclusively all season and avoid unnecessary spraying. Maintain good cultural control practices.
See www.resistance.nzpps.org for more information.
Pour the measured quantity of Tripsol into a partly filled tank and agitate the spray mixture while adding the remaining water. Add the adjuvant to the neatly full tank.
The use of this chemical in areas where soils are permeable, particularly where the water table is shallow, may result in the substance leaching into ground water.
Tripsol® may be applied through all conventional ground and aerial spray equipment, calibrated to ensure thorough coverage of the crop. Maintain agitation during spraying. Ensure sufficient water volume is used to give thorough crop penetration and coverage appropriate for the crop growth stage and canopy density. Ensure a suitable surfactant is used.
Storage & Disposal
Store in original container, tightly closed and in a locked, dry, cool, well ventilated area, away from feed, seeds and foodstuffs. Store in accordance with NZS 8409 Management of Agrichemicals. Avoiding temperatures above 35C.
DISPOSAL: Container disposal: Triple rinse empty container adding rinsate to the spray tank. Recycling rinsed container through Agrecovery (0800 247 326, www.agrecovery.co.nz). Otherwise crush or puncture and bury in an approved landfill. DO NOT reuse container for any other purpose. Dispose of this product only by using according to this label. Always follow local Authority requirements.
DISCLAIMER: This is not the TRIPSOL® label. To view or print the label for this product, click the "SDS/Label" tab at the top of this page. Always follow label instructions.
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