Cedroz should be applied to soil using the existing irrigation system. It is crucial to have an irrigation system that applies the product uniformly with the distribution lines close to the plants. On sandier soils, it may be helpful to use dual piping.
For a high degree of efficacy, apply Cedroz at 225–450 mL per 100 L of irrigation water (0.225%–0.45%), using between 2,000 and 4,000 liters per hectare, respectively. Cedroz must be applied on damp ground using irrigation volumes that are enough to distribute the product over the full stretch of land containing the roots.
First, distribute approximately 50% of the volume of irrigation water to be used. Then apply Cedroz in 20% of the water volume (2000‒4000 L/ha). Conclude the irrigation cycle with the remaining 30% of clear water.
Exercise caution: For best pest control, apply the product at the right dosage at the right time using the right application technique with the equipment properly set up and calibrated.
Read the label: A pesticide label is a legally enforceable document. The pesticide label provides directions and precautions that define where, when, how, how much, and how often the pesticide may be used. It is against the law to use the product in any way other than how it is described on the label. It is also against the law to use a pesticide in a way or for a use that is not included on the label.
Practice good hygiene: Wash your hands with soap before touching anything that someone else may touch, or before touching someone else, eating, drinking, smoking, or using the toilet. Wash your gloves before removing them to wash your hands.
Wear protection: Care for yourself and others. Do not take risks. Know how to avoid harm and follow best practices. Refer to your pesticide label. Wear the right personal protective equipment (PPE) when mixing and applying the product.
Best practice: To best control the pest harming your crop, calibrate your drip irrigation system each time you use it and apply at the correct dosage rate as indicated by the label.