Plante Disease Harmful Weed Latin Name dose Duration Between Spraying and Harvesting
Citrus (Lemon, Orange, Grapefruit) Gum Disease, Brown Rot Phytophthora citrophthora 200 gr/100 lt. water 14 day
Brown rot in fruit after harvest Phytophthora citrophthora 300 gr/100 lt. water 14 day
Pear Fire Blight Erwinia amylovora 400 gr/100 lt water. 14 day
Diseased parts of the trees are removed with a tool immersed in disinfectant before each application.
Cucumber, Melon Liar Mildio Pseudoperonospora cubensis 200 gr/100 lt water. 3 day
Onion Onion Mildew Peronospora destructor 150 gr/100 lt.water 14 day
Tomato Tomato Mildew Phytophthora infestas 250 gr/100 lt.water 7 day


Onion Mildew: When the first infections are seen and every two weeks.

Cucumber, Melon Liar Mildio: Spraying is started when the plants start to throw arms or with the first symptoms of the disease in the environment and it is repeated with an interval of 10 days.

Brown rot (gum disease) in citrus fruits: 3 sprayings are made once a year, in periods of rapid shoot development (in April, June and September).

Brown rot in fruit after harvesting in citrus fruits: The fruits are immersed in medicated water for 3 minutes.

Fire Blight in Pear: Beginning of flower and spraying in full flower. If appropriate conditions for the disease persist, a third spraying may be required.

Mildew in Tomato: Alliset 80 WP applications are started with the first signs of disease in the plants. In case of favorable conditions for the disease, spraying is repeated with an interval of 7-14 days.

MIXTURE STATUS: Alliset 80 WP leaf fertilizers do not mix with copper drugs. Oil or oily drugs should be used later, as Alliset 80 WP prevents the leaves from penetrating into the leaves.

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