Plant Disease Harmful Weed Latin Name dose Duration Between Spraying and Harvesting
*vineyard Downy mildew Plasmopara viticola 40 g. / 100 L.water 14 day
Apple Black stain Ventruia inaequalis 40 g. / 100 L.water 14 day
Peach Leaf Curl Taphrina deformans 100 g. / 100 L.water 14 day
Apricot Monilya Sclerotinia laxa 50 gr/100 L water 14 day
Citrus Brown spot disease Alternaria alternata f.sp citri 75 gr/100 L water 14 day

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

It is a protective fungicide that affects fungal spores by preventing germination. It forms a layer on the plant after application and is not easily washed with precipitation and it continues its effect for a long time.

PREPARATION OF THE MEDICINE FOR APPLICATION: The sprayer tool tank is half filled with water. The recommended medicine is slurried with a little water in a separate container and poured into the tank of the sprayer. The mixing apparatus of the sprayer is operated and the required amount of water remaining is added to the tank.



1st spraying: When the flower is blistering,

2nd spraying: In the pink bud circuit,

3rd spraying: When the flower petals are 70-80% poured, the next spraying is continued at 10-14 day intervals depending on the development of the disease and environmental conditions.

Vineyard: Spraying is started when the first signs of disease are seen, depending on the weather conditions, it is continued at 10-14 days intervals.

Peach: In the period when the buds swell, one application is made.

In Apricot:

Spraying: At the beginning of flowering,

2. Spraying: It is done in full bloom.

Citrus: The first spraying is done when the shoots reach 5-10 cm in length. It is continued at 15-day intervals.

MIXABLE CONDITION: It can be applied by mixing with other insecticides and fungicides, except those of alkali and oils.

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