The plant protection product calculated over the recommended dosage is first mixed with some water in a separate container. The tank of the application machine is half filled with water. While the mixer of the machine is running, mixed water is added to the tank. The mixing is continued and the tank is completed with water. Mixing process continues until application is completed. Use the prepared plant protection product on the same day.


Before the application, the calibration of the application machine should be done. The amount of mixture to be given to the specific area should be well adjusted in order to provide a good coating in the application. Applications should be done during the cool hours of the day in windless or less windy weather conditions.


Empty the sprayer tank safely immediately after the application is completed. After filling the tank with clean water, run the mixer and spray system to wash all parts of it. Do not wash near water sources. Do not discharge washing water and wastes into water sources.


When the first application of the flower in the apple blisters, (3-5 days before where there is a branch of water)

in the application pink rosette period (when the flowers are seen separately),
When application flower petals fall 70-80%,
and other applications are made with 15 days intervals depending on where the ecological conditions are suitable for the progression of the disease.

Karaleke in pear; 1st application when the flower eyes are swollen (3-5 days before where there is a twig order)

During the application white badge,
3.When spraying flower petals fall 70-80%,

4 and other sprayings should be done with an interval of 10 days depending on the weather conditions and the course of the disease.

Pear mammal:

application flower buds just before the explosion
application flower in white rosette circuit
3rd spraying when 80-90% of flower petals fall out

Although 3 applications are generally sufficient, in the climatic conditions in which the spring is rainy, other applications are continued until the rains are over, taking into account the duration of the effect of the plant protection product.

Leaf piercing in stone fruits: (Freckle) (Apricot, peach)

immediately after application fall foliage,
The application is done in spring before the flower buds open.
In addition to the apricots, the third application should be made while the leaf and male organ plate are stripped on the ends of the fruit.

Peach leaf curl:

An application is made when the buds begin to swell.

Pocket disease in plums:

Application: When the buds swell
Application: It should be done during the 80% of the flower petals.
Black Pistachio:

1. Application: If the protective fungicides are to be tackled, the applications must be done before the first infections, during the period when the leaves begin to open; If therapeutic fungicides are to be tackled, the fruits should be grown in chickpea size and when the leaves are fully open. In addition, therapeutic fungicides can be applied until the first symptoms appear.

2. Application and other applications: The feature of the plant protection product used is done at intervals of 15 days, taking into account the duration of action and the rainfall.

Drying tip in citrus:

Green parts applications: Should be done 3 times in October, December and March.

Soil applications: In addition to spraying green parts, soil infected trees should be applied once in October, to heavily infected trees in the garden.

Ring stain in olives: In the Marmara region:

Application: just before the autumn shoots are seen
Application: After the flower pots become clear, before the flowers bloom,
In the Aegean region:

Application: Just before the spring shoots are seen,
Application: After the flower pots become clear, before the flowers bloom
In the Mediterranean Region:

Application: After harvest
Application: just before the spring shoots are seen
3. Application: After the flower pots become clear, they should be done before the flowers bloom.

Vineyard mildew:

1. Application: Should be applied when the length of the shoot is 25-30 cm.

and other applications: It should be done 15 days after the first application. Taking into consideration the meteorological factors such as the daily temperature and precipitation averages, relative humidity and dew of the region, applications should be made when the conditions for the disease infection occur, and the applications should be terminated when the conditions disappear.

Vineyard Anthracnose: Winter application: After the ligaments are pruned, they should be applied in the circuit where the eyes are not yet awakened.

Summer application: When application is made according to phenology with vine mildew, summer application is not required for vineyard anthracnose. If separate spraying is required, the following program is applied.

1.application: Shoots 5-10 cm,

and other applications: 1. It is done by considering the effect time of the fungicide used in the application. Applications continue until the grains take half the size. Spraying is not recommended during the flowering period.
Tomato mildew: Application is started with the appearance of a conical cover like white ash on the underside of 3-5 mm diameter brown spots on tomato leaves around.

Bacterial speck in tomato: As soon as the disease symptoms are seen in the seedbed or field, it should be applied as a preservative, once a week in the seedling period, and in the field 2-3 times with an interval of 8-10 days. The number of applications in greenhouses may increase.

Tomato bacterial spot: The fight against bacterial spot is carried out in the form of green parts. Green evening applications As soon as the disease symptoms are seen in the seedlings or field, 2-3 applications should be done once a week in the seedling period and 10 days apart in the field.

Potato mildew: Application is started when climatic conditions such as high humidity occur for the disease outlet or with the first symptoms of the disease in the environment and the application is repeated at 10-day intervals depending on the severity of the disease.

Bean anthracnose: Application should be started with the first signs of disease in the region. The application of the disease is continued, taking into account the climatic conditions and the duration of the mixture. Care should be taken to apply all the green parts of the plant.

Bean common leaf blight and halo blight: It should be applied 2-3 times a week before the disease is seen in the field or when it first appears.

Tomato, eggplant, potato early leaf blight: Application should be started as soon as the first spots appear on both seedlings and field. When the climatic conditions are suitable for the development of the disease, the application continues with an interval of 10 days depending on the course of the disease and the climatic conditions.

Early leaf spot on cerchospora in peanut: The application is started 4-5 weeks after sowing in places where the disease is observed every year, and it can be continued until harvest.

Root and root rot in vegetable seedlings:Applications are made in the form of seed and soil spraying.

Seed application: It is applied to the seed before planting.

Soil application: It is carried out before planting, after planting, after the seedlings emerge on the soil surface and after the seedlings are taken into the greenhouse or field.

Cucumber leaf leaf stain: Before the disease is seen in the field or when it is first seen, it should be applied as a preservative at least 3 times with an interval of 10 days.

Hops mildew: In spring, application is started when the shoots are on average 75-100 cm. It is repeated every one week until the flower period. During this period, it is continued at 10-day intervals until the cocoon retention period.

Safflower leaf spot: When the first symptoms are seen in plants, applications are started.

Tobacco seedlings precipitate: After the seeds are planted and covered with the cover manure, it is done after the disease is seen or after the seedlings have been released. As soon as the disease is seen, the sprayings are applied once a week until the surprise cycle.


Plant protection product named MASS COPPER 50 WP is a fungicide classified as Group M: 1 according to its mechanism of action. Repetitive applications of plant protection products with the same mechanism of action promote resistance development. For this reason, to delay developing resistance, do not exceed total application number of MASS COPPER 50 WP in the same production season. In cases where the application needs to be repeated, be sure to use plant protection products from a different mechanism of action (except Group M: 1).


It can be mixed with Cymoxanil, Methiram, Folpet based plant protection products. It is inconvenient to mix Chlorpyrifos, Malathion, Parathion Methyl, Phosmet, Carbamat compounded plant protection products with Dodine and Dinocap. It is recommended to try a premix before mixing.

  • Read the label first.
  • Do not use at home
  • Keep away from children, food and animal feeds.
  • Do not eat, drink or smoke during the application of the plant protection product.
  • Do not let people or animals enter the field where plant protection products are applied for 14 days.
  • To prevent risks to human and environmental health, use as recommended and at the recommended dosage.
  • It is strictly forbidden to use other than the recommended products.


A metallic flavor in the mouth, bloody diarrhea, green-blue vomiting, rapid breathing, excitement, dizziness, headache, weakness, nausea, blurred vision, heavy metal poisoning in the stomach and intestines when taken in excess (5-8 g), water and electrolyte loss.


In case of Inhalation: Seek medical advice immediately.

In case of Skin Contact: Wash the skin immediately with plenty of water and soap. In case of Eye Contact: Eyes should be washed with plenty of water. You should go to the ophthalmologist.

In case of Ingestion: Call a doctor immediately.


It has no special antidote. TREATMENT: The stomach is washed with activated charcoal. Plasma and Novadrol are administered to aid blood circulation.


Copper oxychloride


H302 Harmful if swallowed.

H332: Harmful if inhaled.

H400: Very toxic in the aquatic environment.

H411: Long lasting, toxic effect in the aquatic environment.

Precautionary Statements: (P)

P261: Avoid breathing spray.

P270: Do not eat, drink or smoke when using this product.

P273: Avoid release to the environment

P280 Wear protective gloves / protective clothing / eye protection / face protection.

P312: Call the POISON CENTER or doctor / doctor if you feel unwell.

P391: Collect spillages.

P405 Store locked up.

P501 Dispose of contents / container in accordance with 'Waste Management Regulation'.

EUH401: Follow the instructions for use to avoid risks to human health and the environment.


  • It is poisonous to the fish. Do not contaminate the waters.
  • It is poisonous to bees. Do not use during the flowering period.
  • Keep the product closed in its packaging.
  • Do not use empty plant protection product packages for any purpose, dispose of them properly.


When stored unopened in its original packaging under normal (cool and dry) conditions, there is no change in the physical, chemical and biological properties of the product for 2 years outside the tolerance limits.


The manufacturers guarantee the quality of their products provided that they are sold in their original packaging. The manufacturers do not accept responsibility for any damage caused by incorrect storage of their products or deficiencies in following the recommendations.


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Plant Name

Harmful Organism Name

Administration dose

Time Between Last Application and Harvest
Apple Black spot

(Venturia inaequalis)

If there is 800 g / 100 L water branch heat

400 g / 100 L water if no branch heat

21 day
Pear Black spot

(Venturia pirina)

If there is 800 g / 100 L water branch heat

400 g / 100 L water if no branch heat

21 day
Mammal rust (Gymnosporangium fuscum) 400g/ 100 L water 21 day
Apricot Leaf-piercing in stone fruits (Wilsonomyces carpophilus) 400 g / 100 L water normal period 800 g / 100 L water dormant period 21 day
Peach Leaf-piercing in stone fruits (Wilsonomyces carpophilus)

800 g / 100 L water 1st application

21 day
Leaf curl (Taphrina deformans) 800 g/ 100 L water 21 day
Plum Pocket disease (Taphrina pruni) 800 g/ 100 L water 21 day
pistachios Black Zenk (Pseudocercospora pistacina) 500 g/ 100 L water 21 day
Citrus Tip-drying (Phoma tracheiphila) 400 g/ 100 L water 21 day
Olive Cyclic spot (Cyclogonium oleaginum) 400 g/ 100 L water 21 day
vineyard* Downy mildew(Plasmopara viticola)

300 g / 100 L water 1st application

500 g / 100 L water 2. application

21 day
Anthracnose (elsinoe ampelina)

300 g / 100 L water 1st application

21 day
Tomato Mildio (Phytophthora infestans) ** 300 g/ 100 L water 14 day
Bacterial spot

(Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato)

300 g / 100 L water 1st application

400 g / 100 L water 2. application

14 day
Bacterial spot disease

(Xanthomonas vesicatoria)

300 g / 100 L water 1st application

400 g / 100 L water 2. application

14 day
Potato Downy mildew(Phytophthora infestans) 300 g/ 100 L water 14 day
Beans anthracnose

(Colletotrichum lindemuthianum)

500 g/ 100 L water 14 day
Ordinary leaf blight (Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. Phaseoli) 300 g/ 100 L water 14 day
Hale blight (Pseudomonas savastanoi pv. Phaseolica) 300 g/ 100 L water 14 day
Tomato, Eggplant, Potato Early blight (Alternaria solani) 500 g/ 100 L water 14 day
Peanut Serkospora early leaf spot (Cercospora arachidis) 400 g/ 100 L water 14 day
Vegetable seedlings Crumble and root rot

(Pythium spp.,Rhizoctonia spp., Fusarium spp., Alternaria spp., Sclerotinia spp., Phytophthora spp.)

300 g / 100 L water 1. application

500 g / 100 L water 2. application

(Seedling application)

14 day
Cucumber Cornered leaf spot

(Pseudomonas syringae pv.lachrymans)

300 g/ 100 L water 14 day
Hop Downy mildew(Pseudoperonospora humuli) 500 g/ 100 L water 14 day
safflower Leaf spot (Alternaria carthami) 300 g/ 100 L water 14 day


Crumbling disease in tobacco seedlings(Pythium spp.,Rhizoctania spp., Alternaria spp., Fusarium spp.,Sclerotinia sp.)

400 g/ 100 L water

14 day

(*) Cannot be used in vineyards where harvest leaves will be harvested.

(**) Since it may cause stagnation in the development of tomato plants, the recommendation of copper medicines should be avoided in dry climatic conditions, but maximum 1-2 applications should be made with copper medicines in places where organic fungicides are not available.