Pyrol, a natural plant extract, is a broad spectrum contact insecticide and should be sprayed when the target pest is active. Pyrol can be used as a curative measure to control high pest infestations. Fast acting Pests – bollworm, cutworm, ants, scale aphids, mealy bug, beetles, caterpillars, and houseflies
By mass Pyrethrin 5g/ℓ & Canola oil 895g/ℓ
Registrations and Certifications:
Reg. no. L7062 Act 36 of 1947
Pyrol should be sprayed when the target pest is active. It can be used as a curative measure to control high pest infestations using the higher recommended rate with applications every 7 days. Under periods of low insect infestation, apply every 14 days. Can be applied until 24 hours before the day of harvest.
Apply as full cover spray, ensuring thorough wetting on top and underside of leaves. Spray at coolest part of the day. Do not apply in temperatures above 30°C. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Shake well before dilution.
Citrus, fruit trees, vegetables, ornamentals.
Aphids, Australian bug, Spider mites, Scale and Ants, Bollworm
Pyrol has been found to be compatible with most commonly used insecticides. Physical compatibility should first be checked by using the current proportion of Pyrol and other products in a small test jar. Growers should then test tank mix combinations for phytotoxicity on a sample of plants or crops prior to use. Do not mix Pyrol with sulphur or copper compounds. Do not apply in temperatures above 30ºC.
Do not eat, drink, or smoke while applying Pyrol. Wash with soap and water after handling Pyrol. Do not contaminate water, food or feed by disposal and do not re-use container. Destroy empty container and dispose of in a safe way.
Pyrol is harmful if swallowed and contact with eyes, skin and clothing should be avoided. Pyrol should be kept out of reach of children and uninformed persons. Store Pyrol in its original container, in a cool, dry place, away from food and animal feed.