Plant Disease Harmful Weed Latin Name Dosage Duration Between Spraying and Harvesting
Citrus Alternaria Blight Disease Alternaria citri 300 g./100 L water 7 day
*Bond Mildiyö Plasmopara viticola 250 g./100 L water 7 day
Peach Leaf Curl Taphrina deformans 350 g./100 L water 7 day
Leaf-piercing Coryneum beijerinckii 350 g./100 L water 7 day
Tomato Early Leaf Blight Alternaria Solani 250 g./da 7 day
Bacterial Speckle Disease Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato 250 g./da 7 day
Apricot Leaf-piercing Coryneum beijerinckii 1.spraying 500 g./ 100 L water (dormant period) 2.spraying 250 g./100 L water (Normal Period) 7 day
Olive Ring Spot Disease Spilocaea oleagina 300 g./100 L water 7 day

* It cannot be used in vineyards where harvest leaves will be harvested.


The sprayer tank is half filled with water. The required amount of drug is slurried in a separate container with a small amount of water and placed in the tank. The mixing apparatus of the tool is operated and the required amount of water remaining is added to the tank. Spraying should be done in the early hours of the day or in the evening cool, as the coating is sprayed in a way that all the plants are well wetted and in windless weather.


Foliar in Apricot: 1. spraying immediately after autumn fall,

2. spraying before the flower buds open in the spring (during the pink flower bud period)

Leaf Curl Disease in Peach: Spraying should be done when the buds begin to swell.

Petal Petal Peel: 1. spraying immediately after fall fall, 2. spraying before spring flower buds open.

Bağda Mildiyö: Spraying is started when the shoots are 25 cm long. The second and subsequent spraying should be done when the conditions for the infection occur, taking into account the duration of the first spraying and the environmental conditions.

Early Leaf Blight and Bacterial Speckle Disease in Tomato: When the first signs of disease are seen, spraying is started and spraying is continued with 2-3 applications with an interval of 10 days.

Alternaria Blight Disease in Citrus: In spring, when the first sign of disease is seen on the shoots, spraying is started and continued with an interval of 10 days.

Olive: Ring Spot Disease:

In Marmara Region: 1. Spraying: While the fruits reach the normal size in the fall, when the fruits are in the green grain period (first half of October).

In the Aegean and Mediterranean Regions: 1. Spraying: Stagnant period of trees before exile (Aegean: February-March, Mediterranean: November-December) 2.Dispositions: The period when the trees do not bloom yet. (April)


It can be mixed with other acaricides and insecticides besides organic phosphorous and low pH drugs.

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