|Sheriff 100 is a pyrethroid insecticide particularly active against cutworm and other caterpillars, thrips, aphids, and industrial pests including flies, spiders, cockroaches and ants. Sheriff 100 provides rapid knockdown combined with good residual effect. Sheriff 100 is non systemic so good coverage is essential to obtain control. |
|Diamond back moth, white butterfly|
|Commence spraying immediately after transplanting and continue at 14 day intervals. Use high rate when infection pressure is high. |
|Greasy cutworm, armyworm, corn earworm|
|For aerial application on mature crops use a minimum of 100L water/ha.|
Greasy cutworm: Apply at first sign of seedling damage.
Armyworm: Apply at first sign of infestation and use high water rates to ensure penetration to the base of the crop.
Corn earworm: Apply at first appearance of caterpillars on silks. Repeat at 10-14 day intervals or as required.
|Spray as soon as thrips are noticed and continue at 14 day intervals. Try to get the spray running into the neck of the onion where the young thrips are. |
|Tasmanian grass grub larvae|
Red legged earth mite
|Apply in Autumn at first appearance of grubs and pasture damage. Use the high rate when larvae are more than 10mm long.|
Apply when mite damage (leaf bleaching) is noticed, especially on legume seedlings.
|Apply only in the pre-flowering period. Apply at first sign of aphid infestation and repeat as required at 10-14 day intervals. Use the higher rate when aphid numbers are high. |
|Tomato fruit worm, aphids|
|Commence spraying from fruitworm emergence at 7-10 day intervals. Use the high rate when infection pressure is high or caterpillars 20-30mm are present. |
|Non-bearing fruit trees and vines*|
|Apply at dusk as a moderately fine spray to ensure thorough coverage of foliage. Begin treatment when beetles first appear and repeat as required at 7 day intervals. |
|*Including berryfruit, pipfruit, tamarillos, avocados and grapes. |
|Directions for Use|
|Apply in sufficient water to achieve complete coverage. Add Contact™ Xcel when spraying on hard to wet crops. |
|Compatible with most commonly used pesticides.|
|It is an offence for user of this product to cause residues exceeding the relevant MRL in the New Zealand (Maximum Residue Limits of Agricultural Compounds) Food Standards.|
Brassicas and tomatoes (field): 3 days
Sweetcorn: 7 days
Onions: 14 days
Do not graze or feed livestock on treated maize or sweetcorn stubble within 14 days of treatment.
Do not graze pasture within 7 days of treatment or cut stockfeed within 14 days of treatment.