Active Ingredient: 100 g / L Carbendazim
450 g / L Chlorothalonil
100 g / L Carbendazim
|Formulation Type||SC (Water Soluble Concentrate)|
|Effective Disease Name||Caramel, Pseudo Mildew, Lead Mold, Late Blight, Leaf-Piercing|
|Packaging Type||1 L|
|PLANT NAME||DISEASE NAME||DOSE OF USE AND
|WITH END OF USE
TIME TO HARVEST
|240 mL / 100 L water||14 day|
|Liar Mildio(Pseudoperonospora Cubensis.)||200 mL / Da||14 day|
|BOND*||Lead Mold(Botyris Cinerea)||200 mL / 100 L water||7 day|
|Late Blight (Mildew)(Phytophthora Infestans)||200 mL / 100 L water||7 day|
|APRICOT||Leaf-Piercing (Freckle)(Cornyneum Beijerinckli)||200 mL / 100 L water||7 day|
* It cannot be used in vineyards where harvest leaves will be harvested.
NAME AND QUANTITY OF ACTIVE SUBSTANCE: 100 Gr Carbendazim (Lethyl benzimidazole -2-ylcarbamate) per liter, 450 Gr Chlorothalonil per liter
PREPARATION AND APPLICATION OF THE DRUG
The best method of struggle is achieved by applying the drug to the plant before the disease is transmitted. The adhesion and coating of the drug on the plant surfaces is very good and it is not washed with rain or irrigation water; Thus, the drug retains effectiveness for a sufficient time. This formulation mixes easily with water.
The drug, which is mixed with a small amount of slurry at first, is then prepared by adding water according to the dosage to be adjusted, or half the spray tank is filled with clean water, the drug container is slowly turned upside down to ensure thorough mixing and added in the desired amount. It is thoroughly mixed and the spray tank is filled with water, while mixing is continued.