|Harmful Organism Name||Disease Name||Administration dose||Time Between Last Application and Harvest|
|Apple||Black stain(Venturia inaequalis)||40 g/100 L water||28 day|
|Apricot||Flower monillia (Sclerotinia laxa) in stone fruits||30 g/100 L water||7 day|
Apple Black Spot:
1st spraying: When the flower is blindfolded (3-5 days before where there is a branch heat)
2nd spraying: During the pink rosette bud (when the flowers are seen separately)
3rd spraying: When 70-80% of flower petals fall out
4. and other spraying should be done at intervals of 12-14 days when climatic conditions are suitable for the progression of the disease.
Flower Monilya in Apricot Stone: The first spraying is carried out at the beginning of flowering (5-10% flowers), the 2nd spraying is done in full bloom (90-100%).
Miscibility Status: Generally, it can be used in admixture with other fungicides used in soft stone and stone fruit trees. If in doubt, a small miscibility test should be carried out before application. If Jammer® is to be used as a storage mixture with other drugs, put the drugs into the water in the following order. Jammer® and then other drugs into the mixture are put. If there are those in the “water-soluble packaging” among the drugs to be used as a mixture, these are added first and then Jammer®.