Pest & Disease Management
SAP SUCK – MAST
Sap- suck MAST is a systemic insecticide, when applied on the sap sucking pests, absorbed into a plant and distributed throughout its tissues, reaching the plant’s stem, leaves, roots, and any fruits or flowers. It is water-soluble, so they easily move throughout a plant as it absorbs water and transports it to its tissues. MAST itself abbreviated as mites, aphids, sucking pests and thrips. Sap suck-MAST mainly interferes with the nervous system of the pest and targets specifically those pests which suck the sap of plants.
METHOD OF APPLICATION
Sucking pests pierce plants with slender, sharp-pointed mouthparts and suck the plant sap. Removal of the sap results in minute white, brown, or red spotting on the leaves, fruits, or stems of the plant. When these symptoms are observed, MAST can be applied as a foliar spray on both sides of the leaves of the plant. The spray to be given at 2 weeks interval to prevent the attack of sucking pests.
All the sucking pests like aphids, thrips, whiteflies, mites , bugs, hoppers .
Mixing 1ml of sap suck MAST in one litre of water and the diluted solution to be sprayed on the plant.
- Increase in the yield level without any residual affect..
- Reduction of sucking pests .
- Protection of crop loss .
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