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Carpovirusine

 Cydia pomonella Granulosis Virus M (CpGV-M) 1013 GV/L

Introduction

Carpovirusine™ is a biological insecticide, recommended for control of codling moth and reduction in damage to fruit.

Quick Facts

Biological insecticide.

Formulation

Suspension concentrate

Carpovirusine contains a viru specific to codling moth, efficient against codling moth larvae in apple and pear. After ingestion of the product by the larvae, the virus replicates in the insect and leads to the death of the infected larvae.

For application during the season (<8 months following manufacturing date), Carpovirusine  must be stored in a refrigerator or cold room (+4°C). In case of subsequent treatment and longer storage, keep product frozen (-18°C); thaw the day before the treatment at ambient temperature. Carpovirusine  can be frozen several times but the effect of repeated freezing on biological effectiveness has not been established.

Crops Maximum individual dose of product (l/ha) Maximum number of treatments Latest time of application
Apple 1 3 1 day before harvest
Pear 1 3 1 day before harvest

Carpovirusine may be used in organic farming or in integrated pest management against codling moth. Use carpovirusine as part of Integrated Crop Management strategy incorporating other methods of control, including insecticides with a different mode of action.

 

Consult processor before using on crops for processing.

Carpovirusine may be used in organic farming or in integrated pest management against codling moth. Use carpovirusine as part of Integrated Crop Management strategy incorporating other methods of control, including insecticides with a different mode of action.

 

Consult processor before using on crops for processing.

Introduction

Carpovirusine™ is a biological insecticide, recommended for control of codling moth and reduction in damage to fruit.

Quick Facts

Biological insecticide.

Formulation

Suspension concentrate

Carpovirusine contains a viru specific to codling moth, efficient against codling moth larvae in apple and pear. After ingestion of the product by the larvae, the virus replicates in the insect and leads to the death of the infected larvae.

For application during the season (<8 months following manufacturing date), Carpovirusine  must be stored in a refrigerator or cold room (+4°C). In case of subsequent treatment and longer storage, keep product frozen (-18°C); thaw the day before the treatment at ambient temperature. Carpovirusine  can be frozen several times but the effect of repeated freezing on biological effectiveness has not been established.

Crops Maximum individual dose of product (l/ha) Maximum number of treatments Latest time of application
Apple 1 3 1 day before harvest
Pear 1 3 1 day before harvest

Carpovirusine may be used in organic farming or in integrated pest management against codling moth. Use carpovirusine as part of Integrated Crop Management strategy incorporating other methods of control, including insecticides with a different mode of action.

 

Consult processor before using on crops for processing.

Carpovirusine may be used in organic farming or in integrated pest management against codling moth. Use carpovirusine as part of Integrated Crop Management strategy incorporating other methods of control, including insecticides with a different mode of action.

 

Consult processor before using on crops for processing.