PREPARATION OF PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCT FOR APPLICATION:
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.
CLEANING OF THE SPRAYING MACHINE:
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.
HOW TO USE THE PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCT:
Karaleke in pear; If there is no branch order, when the first spraying flower eyes are swollen, the 2nd spraying should be done in the white rosette period, when the 3rd spraying flower petals fall 70-80%, 4 and other sprayings should be done 8-10 days apart depending on the weather conditions and the course of the disease.
Apple in Karaleke; If there is no branch order, when the first spraying flower eyes are blistering, the 2nd spraying during the pink rosette period (when the flowers are seen separately), the 3rd spraying flower petals fall 70-80%, the 4th and other spraying according to the conditions where the ecological conditions are suitable for the progression of the disease. It is done with an interval of 10 days.
Plum pocket disease;
When spraying buds swell,
Spraying should be done when 80% of the flower petals are shed.
Flower monilya in stone fruits; (Peach, Cherry, Cherry)
spraying at the beginning of flowering (in 5-10% flowers),
spraying in full bloom (90-100% flowers)
Peach leaf piercing (Freckle);
spraying immediately after fall fall,
spraying is done in spring before the flower buds open.
Apricot leaf piercing:
spraying in the fall immediately after leaf fall,
spraying in spring before the flower buds open (during the pink flower bud period).
Spraying should be done while the leaf and male organ plate are peeled on the end of the fruit.
Brown rot in citrus;
Against fruit infections:
Spraying should be done before the rains begin in autumn.
If the weather is rainy, spraying should be done 15 days after the spraying.
Against stem infections:
Wounds in infected trees should be cleaned up to the texture of wood in October, January and March.
1. spraying before the flower buds swell in autumn,
2. spraying before the flower buds open
3. spraying after shedding flower petals,
4. and other disinfections are made at the intervals of 10 days from the third application until the harvest is 20 days.
* Summer spraying
when spraying shoots are 2-3 cm,
when spraying shoots are 8-10 cm,
The third spraying shoots should be made in the circuit where it reaches 25-30 cm.
Vineyard mildew; The first application should be started when the shoots reach 25-30 cm. Second and subsequent disinfections 1. The duration of the drug and the development of the disease, taking into account the meteorological factors, apply with an interval of 10-15 days.
Root rot and collapses in vegetable seedlings;
When the disease is seen in the seedbed, spraying is started and spraying is done 2-3 times a week until the disease stops.
Medicated combat is started with the appearance of a white ash cover under 3-5 mm diameter brown spots on tomato leaves or when the disease is found every year, when the conditions are suitable for the disease. Depending on the course of the disease and climatic conditions, disinfection is continued at 10-12 day intervals.
Tomato leaf mold;
Spraying is started when the first spots are seen on the leaves. Applications are repeated with an interval of 10-15 days. Disinfection should be stopped 15-20 days before the harvest.
A protective spraying should be done on the seedlings without any disease. If mildew is seen, the disinfection should be continued until the seedlings are taken to the field at one week intervals after the patient parts are collected and destroyed. Spraying of the disease in the field circuit should be started, and should be continued at least one week before harvesting at intervals of one week. Spraying in seedlings should be done after watering and leaves dry.
If the daily average temperature reaches 16 C and it is necessary to start struggling with proportional humidity reaching 80%, spraying can be started with the detection of the first signs of disease in the environment.
Potato mildew: Spraying is started when climatic conditions such as high humidity occur for the disease outlet or when the first symptoms of the disease are seen in the environment and the application is repeated at 10-day intervals depending on the severity of the disease.
Clove paste; Before the steels are put in order, spraying should be started and spraying should be done with an interval of 10 days.
Lead mold (Tomato) in vegetables; It is started when the first symptoms of the disease are seen in the environment or when the plants are in the flowering phase. Applications should be done with an interval of 10 days.
Tobacco collapses (Seedlings); Spraying is started when the disease is seen after the seedlings have been released.
INFORMATION ABOUT RESISTANCE
Plant protection product named MASSCAPTAN is a fungicide classified as Group M: 4 according to its mechanism of action. Repetitive applications of plant protection products with the same mechanism of action promote resistance development. For this reason, in order to delay the development of resistance, do not exceed the total number of applications recommended in the same season of MASSCAPTAN. In cases where the application should be repeated, pay attention to the use of plant protection products with a different mechanism of action (except Group M: 4).
It should not be mixed with alkaline and oily plant protection products. It is recommended to make premix before mixing.
ANTIDOTE and TREATMENT
It has no special antidote. The stomach should be washed, taking care not to allow the stomach contents to escape to the respiratory tract. Then symptomatic therapy is applied.
MATTERS TO BE CONSIDERED WHEN USING AND STORING
When stored under normal (cool and dry) conditions, there is no change in the physical, chemical and biological properties of the product outside the tolerance limits for 2 years.
The manufacturers guarantee the quality of their products provided that they are sold in their original packaging. Manufacturers do not accept responsibility for any damage caused by incorrect storage of their products or deficiencies in following the recommendations.
LICENSE OWNER AND MANUFACTURER COMPANY
ERTAR KİMYA Agricultural Products Tools Manufacturing Market. Singing. ve Tic. Ltd. Sti.
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PLANT AND HAZARDOUS ORGANISMS TO BE USED
|Plant Name||Harmful Organism Name||Administration dose||Time Between Last Application and Harvest|
|Pear||black stain(Venturia pirina)||150 g/100 L water||3 day|
|Apple||black stain(Venturia İnaequalis)||150 g/100 L water||3 day|
|Plum||Pocket disease (Taphrina pruni)||300 g/100 L water||3 day|
|Peach||Flower monilya in stone fruits (Monilinia laxa- Sclerotinia laxa)||300 g/100 L water||3 day|
|Cherry, sour cherry||Flower monilya in stone fruits (Monilinia laxa- Sclerotinia laxa)||300 g/100 L water||3 day|
|Peach, Apricot||Leaf-piercing in stone fruits (Wilsonomyces carpophilus)||300 g/100 L water||3 day|
|Citrus||Brown rot and stem gluing in citrus fruits
|300 g/100 L su (Meyve enfeksiyonları)||7 day|
|New World||Black stain
|300 g/100 L water||3 day|
|vineyard**||Dead arm(Phomopsis viticola)*||250 g/100 L su (Yaz uygulaması)||3 day|
|Downy mildew(Plasmopara viticola)||300 g/100 L water||3 day|
|Vegetable Seedlings ***
|Root rot (Crashed)
(Phythium spp., Fusarium spp., Rhizoctonia spp., Alternaria spp., Sclerotinia spp., Phytophthora spp.)
|200-250 g/100 L water||—|
|Tomato||Mildio (Phytophthora infestans)||300 g/ 100 L su||7 day|
|Leaf mold (Cladosporium fulvum)||250 g/ 100 L water||7 day|
|Lettuce||Downy mildew(Bremia lactucae)||300 g/100 L water||7 day|
|Onion||Downy mildew(Peronospora destructor)||300 g/100 L water||7 day|
|Potato||Downy mildew(Phytophthora infestans)||350 g/100 L water||7 day|
|Carnation (Ornamental Plant)||Rust(Uromyces caryophyllus)||250 g/100 L water||7 day|
|Tomato||Lead mold in vegetables (Botrytis cinerea)||250 g/100 L water||7 day|
|Tobacco (Seedling)||Crash (Phythium spp., Fusarium spp., Rhizoctonia spp., Alternaria spp., Sclerotinia spp.)||200 g/100 L water||—|
* Used in summer application.
** It is not used in vineyards where harvest leaves will be harvested.
*** Two doses given in seedbed applications; varies according to the disease intensity and vegetation period.