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In February – March spray with 3-5 lit OPERON (29-0-0) / ton to support the new growth with Nitrogen for successful blooming.

Spray with 2-4 lit / ton FS/291(16-3-3) + 0.5B + trace elements, 2-3 times since April (when flower buds develop)for increased setting. Combine the FS/291 sprays with the sprays against the olive moth.

For preventing trace element deficiencies spray with 2-4 lit METALON (4Mg - 1,5Fe – 1,5Mn - 0,5Zn-0,5Cu - 0,3B - 0,01Mo - 0,01Co) / ton.

Spray with  2,5 lit FS/347 (50% aminoacids with growth substances of natural origin) / ton to increase the olive size and total yield.

Spray with 250 ml GIGANTOL(growth promoter) per ton when fruits has the size of the pea. Repeat 15 days after the first application.

Above applications can be combined with the spays against the olive moth

Spray with 3 lit AUXENOL per ton, 2-3 times at 15 days intervals.

Spray with 2,5 lit FS/347 + 2-3 lit ORGANIKON (organic potash 30%) per ton, when the olives start to change color for enhancing color formation. Above treatment brings the harvest earlier.

Spray with 2-3 lit ORGANIKON / ton close to harvest, especially during the years of late maturity.

Above applications can be combined with the spays against the olive moth.

BORDEAUX MIX VΙΟRYL 20WP (Calcium copper sulphate 20%) Spray against the peacock spot disease (Cycloconium oleaginum),(Spilocaea leagina), the olive anthracnose (Gloeosporium olivarum) and the Bacterial cancer(Pseudomonas savastanoi) with rates of 6-6.5kr /ton of water, with 1.5-3 ton of spray water/hectare.
Make two applications for the peacock spot disease, the first in autumn shortly before the raining season prevails and the 2nd in Spring when the new leaves have the size of 2cm.For the olive anthracnose make two applications: The 1st at olive ripening and the 2nd 20 days after the 1st. To treat Bacterial cancers apply after frost or hale damage.
Max no of sprays/ cropping season: 2

BACTOIL SC (Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki 6%) Against the larvae of the olive moth Prays oleae (infesting the flower buds) spray with 1 lit / ton. Spray at 5-25% of bloom or at the first open flowers.

PARAFFINIC OIL VΙΟRYL 98.5EC (Paraffinic oil 98.5%): Against the black scale (Saissetia oleae), the white scale (Aspidiotus nerii), the olive scales (Ρarlatoria oleae, Pollinia pollini), apple mussel scale(Lepidosaphes ulmi), the olive psyllid (Euphyllura olivina) and insect larvae. Spray with 1000-1300 ml /100 liters using 1.5-3 tons of spray liquid / hectare or 500 ml/100 liters in combination with the approved dose of an insecticide or acaricide. Can be applied throughout the year. Recommended sprays: Spring (with the onset of vegetation), summer, autumn and winter. Maximum number of applications / growing season: 4

COPPER HYDROXIDE VIORYL 50WP (Copper Hydroxide 50%) Spray against the peacock spot of cycloconium (Spilocea oleaginum) with rates of 2.6kg/ton of water (autumn sprays) and 2.1kg/ton of water (spring sprays), using 1.5-3 tons of spray water /hectare, or with 390-780 gr./1000m2. (autumn) and 640 gr./1000m2 (spring). Apply at the areas where infestation occurs from early autumn to early spring.
Spray against the Gloeosporium (Gloeosporium olivarum) with rates of 2.6kg/ton of water, using 1.5-3lit of spray water/hectare, or 390-780 gr./1000m2. Make two sprays, the first when fruits start to ripen and the second 20 days later. Spray against the Bacterial cancer (Pseudomonas savastanoi) with rates of 2.6kg/ton of water (autumn) and 2.1kg/ton of water (spring), using 1.5-3 tons of spray water/hectare, or with 390-780 gr./1000m2 (autumn), 640 gr./1000m2 (spring). Sprays are made after hale or frost. Max no of sprays/ year: 2

LYPHASE 36 SL (Glyphosate 36%) Use in olive orchards of 2 years old and older against the perennial weeds with rates: 8-10 lit. /hectare against Cynodon dactylon at 15-25 cm., 10-12 lit/hectare against Convolvulus arvensis at bloom, 5-6 lit./hectare against Cyperus spp. after bloom and 5-6 lit./hectare against Sorghum halepense at 35-50cm. Sprays may be directed at target areas in the field with 10 lit. / hectare