|Disease Harmful Weed||Latin Name||dose||Disinfection and Harvest Time|
|Apple||Black stain||Venturia inaequalis||75 gr/ 100 L. water||14 day|
|vineyard||ashing||Uncinula necator||75 gr/ 100 L. water||56 day|
|Domates||Gray mold||Botrytis cinerea||45 gr/ 100 L. water||1 day|
|Citrus||Brown spot disease||Alternaria alternata f. sp. citri||75 gr/ 100 L. water||7 day|
|Apricot||Monilya||Monilia laxa||50 gr/ 100 L. water||28 day|
|Cucurbitaceae (Cucumber)||ashing||Erysiphe cichoracearum, Sphaerotheca fuliginea||45 gr/ 100 L. water||7 day|
|Watermelon||ashing||Alternaria cucumerina||75 gr/ 100 L. water||7 day|
PREPARATION OF THE MEDICINE FOR APPLICATION:
The required amount of medication is first mixed with some water in a separate container. Fill the spraying tool halfway with water, pour this mixture into it and add the remaining amount of water and mix.
APPLICATION TIME: Since it is a contact effective fungicide, it is recommended to start spraying when the first signs of disease are seen and to apply a good coating spraying. Depending on the disease development, spraying should be continued with an interval of 10 days.
Apples in apple: When the first spraying flower eyes (3-5 days ago in the places where there is a branch order), the 2nd spraying is done in the period of pink flower bud, the 3rd spraying is done when 70-80% of the flower petals are shed. Depending on the disease, spraying should be continued at 10-day intervals.
Powdery mildew in Cucurbitaceae:
Brown spot disease in citrus: When the first symptoms are seen, spraying should be started when the length of the shoots is 5-10 cm. Depending on the disease development, sprayings are repeated at 10-14 day intervals.
Monilya in apricot: 1. spraying at the beginning of flowering (when 5-10% of flowers bloom), second spraying; should be done in full bloom (when 90-100% of flowers bloom).
Bonding in the vineyard: When the first spraying is 25–30 cm long, the second spraying; When the flower petals are poured (the period when the groves are ridiculous), the third and other sprayings should be done at 10-day intervals depending on the development of the disease. Spraying is stopped when fresh water is passed to the grains.
Early leaf blight in watermelon: When the first signs of disease are seen, spraying should be started. Depending on the disease development, sprayings are repeated at 10-day intervals.
Lead mold in tomato: Spraying is started when the first symptoms of the disease are seen in the environment or when the plants are in the flowering phase. Depending on the disease development condition, spraying is continued with an interval of 10 days.
It can be mixed with all insecticides and fungicides except those with strong alkali properties.