Plant Disease Harmful Weed Latin Name dose Duration Between Spraying and Harvesting
* vineyard Downy mildew Plasmopara viticola 175 g./100 L water 14 day
Tomato Early Leaf Blight Alternaria solani 200 g./ 100 L water 14 day
Downy mildew Phytophthora infestans 150 g./da 14 day
Olive Ring Spot Disease Spilocaea oleagina 175 g./ 100 L water 14 day

Leaf piercing in hard fruits (Freckle)

Wilsonomyces carpophylus 1. spraying: 400 g / 100 l water 2. spraying: 200 g / 100 l water 3. spraying: 200 g / 100 l water 14 day
Potato Downy mildew Phytophtora infestans 200 g/da 14 day
Peach Peach leaf curl Taphrina deformans 300 g/100 l water -
Citrus the Uçkurut Phoma tracheiphila 200 g/100 l water 14 day

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

Vineyard mildew

1. Application: Should be applied when the length of the shoot is 25-30 cm.

2. and other applications: It should be done 15 days after the first application. Taking into consideration the daily temperature and precipitation averages of the region, the relative humidity, dew and meterological factors, applications should be made when the conditions are favorable for the infection, and applications should be terminated when the conditions disappear.

Ring Stain in Olives:

In the Marmara Region:

1. Application: Just before the autumn shoots are seen,

2. Application: After the flower pots become clear, before the flowers bloom,

In the Aegean Region:

1. Application: Just before the spring shoots are seen,

2. Application: After the flower pots become clear, before the flowers bloom,

In the Mediterranean Region:

1. Application: After harvest,

2. Application: Just before the spring shoots are seen,

3. Application: After the flower pots become clear, they should be done before the flowers bloom.

Tomato Early Leaf Blight: Application should be started as soon as the first spots appear on both seedlings and field. When the climatic conditions are suitable for the development of the disease, the application continues with an interval of 10 days depending on the course of the disease and the climatic conditions.

Tomato Mildew: The application is started with the appearance of a conic veil like white ash on the underside of 3-5 mm diameter brown spots on tomato leaves in the environment.

Leaf-piercing (Freckle) (Apricot) in stone fruits:

1. Application: Immediately after fall fall,

2. Application: Before the flower buds open in the spring (during the pink flower bud period),

In addition to the apricots, the third application should be made while the leaf and male organ plate are peeled off the end of the fruit.

Potato Mildew: Application is started when climatic conditions such as high humidity occur for the disease outlet or with the first symptoms of the disease in the environment and the application is repeated at 10-day intervals depending on the severity of the disease.

Peach Leaf Curl: An application is made when the buds begin to swell.

Tip Dryer in Citrus:

Green parts applications: Should be done 3 times in October, December and March.

Soil applications: In addition to the green parts application, soil application should be done once in October on the heavily infected trees in the garden.


KOCTEL 2000 DF should not be mixed with Fosetyl-Al effective substance fungicide without adjusting the pH of the medium. Otherwise phytotoxicity may occur. If the miscibility status of the plant protection products is unknown, it is recommended to use it with a premix before mixing with other plant protection products. Before mixing, information about the miscibility in the labels of plant protection products should be read carefully.

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