Insecticide, belongs to the new chemical group of tetramic acids and displays a new mode of action (lipid biosynthesis inhibitor). After application the spirotetramat penetrates the leaves and with its double systemic action (upward and downward / farpetal and vasipetal) moves to the entire plant. It mainly affects imperfect stages, which are trapped between two dives and killed because they cannot move on to the next stage of development. It also reduces the ability of female insects to reproduce and the viability of their offspring. Applications should be made early and timely, in order for the spirotetramat to penetrate the plants and stop the progression of the infestation.In case of failure of the crop, the next crop can be planted / sown after thirty (30) days.