Luna Experience (Importazione parallela)

Informazioni principali

  • Nome commerciale:
  • Luna Experience (Importazione parallela)
  • Forma farmaceutica:
  • SC sospensione concentrata
  • Utilizzare per:
  • Piante
  • Tipo di medicina:
  • Agrochimico

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  • Lingua:
  • italiano

Informazioni terapeutiche

  • Gruppo terapeutico:
  • Fungicida

Altre informazioni

Status

  • Fonte:
  • UFAG - Ufficio federale dell'agricoltura. OFAG - Office fédéral de l'agriculture. BLW - Bundesamt für Landwirtschaft.
  • Numero dell'autorizzazione:
  • I-5661
  • Ultimo aggiornamento:
  • 18-11-2018

Foglio illustrativo: composizione, posologia, indicazioni, interazioni, gravidanza, allattamento, effetti indesiderati, controindicazioni

Denominazione commerciale: Luna Experience

(Importazione parallela)

Elenco dei prodotti fitosanitari (stato: 06.11.2018)

Categoria di prodotti:

Titolare dell'autorizzazione

all'estero:

Numero federale di

omologazione:

Fungicida

Bayer S.p.A.

I-5661

Principio:

Tenore:

Codice di formulazione:

Principio attivo: Fluopyram

Principio attivo:

Tebuconazolo

17.6 % 200 g/l

17.6 % 200 g/l

SC sospensione concentrata

Applicazioni

A

Coltura

Agente patogeno/Efficacia

Dosaggio

Restrizioni

Albicocco

Pesco/pesco noce

Monilia dei frutti

Monilia dei rami e dei fiori

Concentrazione: 0.04 %

Dose: 0.64 l/ha

Termine d'attesa: 3 Settimane

Applicazione: Stadi 59-87 (BBCH).

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

O Ciliegio

Cilindrosporiosi del ciliegio

Monilia dei frutti

Monilia dei rami e dei fiori

Concentrazione: 0.04 %

Dose: 0.64 l/ha

Termine d'attesa: 3 Settimane

Applicazione: Stadi 59-87 (BBCH).

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

O Frutta a granelli

Malattie da stoccaggio

[Lenticellosi, muffa

(Monilia), marciume grigio,

muffa verde]

Ticchiolatura della frutta a

granelli

Concentrazione: 0.05 %

Dose: 0.8 l/ha

Termine d'attesa: 3 Settimane

Applicazione: Stadi 76-89 (BBCH).

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7

O Frutta a granelli

Oidio della mela/pera

Concentrazione: 0.025 %

Dose: 0.4 l/ha

Termine d'attesa: 3 Settimane

Applicazione: Stadi 55-76 (BBCH).

1, 3, 4, 5, 7

O Prugno/susino

Monilia dei frutti

Monilia dei rami e dei fiori

Vaiolatura della frutta a

nocciolo

Concentrazione: 0.04 %

Dose: 0.64 l/ha

Termine d'attesa: 3 Settimane

Applicazione: Stadi 59-87 (BBCH).

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

W Vite

Marciume bianco dell'uva

Concentrazione: 0.025 %

Dose: 0.4 l/ha

3, 4, 7, 8, 10,

11, 12

A

Coltura

Agente patogeno/Efficacia

Dosaggio

Restrizioni

Termine d'attesa: 4 Settimane

Applicazione: Immediatamente dopo

una grandinata, al più tardi fino il

stadio BBCH 73 (Acini della

dimensione di un grano di pepe).

W Vite

Marciume bianco dell'uva

Concentrazione: 0.025 %

Dose: 0.4 l/ha

Termine d'attesa: 4 Settimane

Applicazione: Immediatamente dopo

una grandinata, al più tardi fino il

stadio BBCH 73 (Acini della

dimensione di un grano di pepe).

4, 7, 8, 9, 10,

11, 12

W Vite

Marciume nero

Oidio della vite

Concentrazione: 0.025 %

Dose: 0.4 l/ha

Termine d'attesa: 4 Settimane

Applicazione: Tra lo stadio di 3 foglie

(BBCH 13) fino allo stadio "acini

della dimensione di un grano di pepe"

(BBCH 73).

3, 4, 7, 8, 10,

11, 12

W Vite

Marciume nero

Oidio della vite

Concentrazione: 0.025 %

Dose: 0.4 l/ha

Termine d'attesa: 4 Settimane

Applicazione: Tra lo stadio di 3 foglie

(BBCH 13) fino allo stadio "acini

della dimensione di un grano di pepe"

(BBCH 73).

4, 7, 8, 9, 10,

11, 12

Pieno campo:

Carote

Altenariosi delle carote

Oidio delle carote

Dose: 0.75 l/ha

Termine d'attesa: 2 Settimane

Applicazione: Stadi 40-49 (BBCH).

4, 10, 13

Pieno campo:

Cavoli a

infiorescenza

Pieno campo:

Cavoli a testa

Pieno campo:

Cavoli di

Bruxelles

Maculatura anulare del

cavolo

Maculatura anulare nera del

cavolo

Oidio delle crocifere

Dose: 0.9 l/ha

Termine d'attesa: 2 Settimane

Applicazione: Stadi 40-49 (BBCH).

4, 10, 13

Pieno campo:

Cipolle

Botrite della cipolla

(Botrytis squamosa)

Stemphylium botryosum

Dose: 0.5 l/ha

Termine d'attesa: 7 Giorni

4, 10, 13, 14

Pieno campo:

Porro

Alternariosi (Alternaria

porri)

Ruggine del porro

Dose: 1 l/ha

Termine d'attesa: 3 Settimane

Applicazione: Stadi 40-49 (BBCH).

4, 10, 14, 15

Restrizioni e osservazioni:

La dose indicata si riferisce a un volume di alberi di 10'000 m³/ha.

Al massimo 2 trattamenti per anno e particella.

SPe 3: per proteggere organismi acquatici dagli effetti della deriva rispettare una zona tampone

non trattata di 20 m dalle acque superficiali. Tale distanza può essere ridotta attuando misure di

riduzione della deriva secondo le istruzioni dell'UFAG.

Lavori successivi in colture trattate: indossare guanti + indumenti protettivi fino a 48 ore

dall'applicazione del prodotto.

Durante la preparazione della poltiglia: Indossare guanti di protezione + indumenti protettivi.

Applicazione della poltiglia: Indossare guanti di protezione + indumenti protettivi. I dispositivi di

protezione individuale possono essere sostituiti, durante l'applicazione, da dispositivi di protezione

tecnici (p.es. cabina del trattore chiusa), qualora vi sia la garanzia che offrano una protezione

analoga o superiore.

SPa 1: Per evitare l'insorgenza di resistenze non applicare prodotti contenenti un principio attivo

del gruppo dei SDHI più di 3 volte all'anno e prodotti contenenti un principio attivo del gruppo dei

ISS più di 4 volte all'anno.

SPa 1: Per evitare l'insorgenza di resistenze, effettuare al massimo 3 trattamenti per anno e

particella con prodotti contenenti principi attivi del gruppo dei ISS o dei SDHI.

La dose indicata si riferisce allo stadio BBCH 71-81 (J-M, dopo la fioritura), trattamento con una

quantità-referenza di poltiglia di 1600 l/ha (base per il calcolo), oppure a un volume fogliare di

4'500 m³/ha.

Applicazione per via aerea.

10.Durante la preparazione della poltiglia: Indossare guanti di protezione + indumenti protettivi.

11.Non trattare su uva da tavola.

12.Al massimo 2 trattamenti per anno e particella con prodotti contenenti Fluopicolide o Fluopyram.

13.Al massimo 2 trattamenti per coltura con questo prodotto. Complessivamente 3 trattamenti al

massimo con prodotti contenente la sostanza attiva tebuconazolo.

14.SPe 3: Per proteggere organismi acquatici dagli effetti di un dilavamento rispettare una zona

tampone non trattata con copertura vegetale a una distanza di almeno 6 metri dalle acque

superficiali. Le eccezioni sono contemplate nelle istruzioni dell'UFAG.

15.Al massimo 1 trattamento per coltura con questo prodotto. Complessivamente 3 trattamenti al

massimo con prodotti contenente la sostanza attiva tebuconazolo.

Caratterizzazione di pericolo:

Si applicano la classificazione e la caratterizzazione dell’etichetta originale estera..

Ulteriori simboli di pericolo svizzeri:

SP 1 Non contaminare l'acqua con il prodotto o il suo imballaggio.

In caso di dubbio valgono soltanto i documenti originali dell'omologazione. La menzione di un prodotto,

principio attivo o di una ditta non rappresenta alcuna raccomandazione.

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Scientific Opinion of Flavouring Group Evaluation 411 (FGE.411): 2‐(4‐methylphenoxy)‐N‐(1H‐pyrazol‐3‐yl)‐N‐(thiophen‐2‐ylmethyl)acetamide from chemical group 30 (miscellaneous substances)

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