Magister exhibits true ovicidal activity, preventing hatching of tea pests and gives superior residual control for a longer period. It is also relatively safe for beneficial / predatory mites such as Phystoseiulus spp, amplyeius spp which help in the reduction of mite population.
Pepper, Chili (Capsicum frutescens)
Magister controls mite in apple , tea, okra, brinjal and chilli.
Tea: 1000-1250 ml in 400 - 600 litres of water.
Apple: 400 ml in 1000 litres of water.
Okra, brinjal, Tomato and Chilli: 1250 ml in 500 litres of water.
Refer to the Product Label for complete product efficacy information.
Mode of Action
Its route of exposure is ingestion and dermal, and its mode of action is the disruption of the biochemistry of insect mitochondria.