|Plant||Disease Harmful Weed||Latin Name||dose||Duration Between Spraying and Harvesting|
|vineyard||ashing||Uncinula necator||400 g./ 100 L. water||7 day|
|Fruit||Apple ash||Podosphaera leucotricha||400 g./ 100 L. water||7 day|
|Peach powdery mildew||Sphaerotheca pannosa||400 g./ 100 L. water||7 day|
|Ornamental Plants||Rose Ash||Sphaerotheca pannosa||400 g. /100L. water||-|
|Begonia Ashes||Oidium bogoniae||300-350 g. /100L. water||-|
|Vegetables||Powdery mildew in Cucurbitaceae||Erysiphe cichoracearum||400 g./ 100 L. water||7 day|
|Chickpea anthracnose||Ascochyta rabiei||300 g./ 100 L water||7 day|
|Powdery mildew in eggplant||Leveillula taurica||400 g./ 100 L. water||7 day|
|Onion mildew||Perenospora destructor||300 g./ 100 L water||7 day|
|Bean paste||Uromyces phaseoli||300 g./ 100 L. water||7 day|
|vineyard||Ligament scabies||Eriophyes vitis||
490 g/100 l water
|Fruit trees||Fruit tree mites||Tetranychus sp.,Panonychus sp., Bryobia sp.||400 g./ 100 L. water||7 day|
|Citrus||Citrus red spider||Panonychus citri||600 g./ 100 L water||7 day|
|Citrus bud mite||Aceria sheldoni||600 g./ 100 L. water||7 day|
HOW TO USE:
Vineyard Ashing: 1. When spraying shoots are 25-30 cm long,
2. When the spraying cows get ridiculous,
3. Spraying is done depending on the development of the disease and the meteorological and ecological conditions of the region. Spraying is stopped when fresh water is passed to the grains.
Apple Ash: 1.In the period of spraying pink flower bud,
2.When 60% -70% of the spraying flower petals fall out,
3.And other sprayings are made one week apart until the end of May and 10 days apart until the end of June.
Peach Ash: 1.The time of spraying should be determined by the severity of the disease in previous years. If there was no disease in the previous years, spraying is started when the first symptoms are seen for that year. Other sprayings are made at 8-12 day intervals until the disease is suppressed according to the development of the plant and the disease.
Rose Ash: 1. Spraying is done when leaf and bud formation begins. It is repeated 5-6 times according to the development of the disease.
Begonia Ashes: Spraying is started when the first symptoms are seen on the leaves, it is repeated every one week.
Cucurbitaceae Ash: Spraying is started when the first signs of disease are seen in the region.
Chickpea Anthracnose: When the first spots are seen on chickpea leaves, spraying is started.
Ashing in Eggplant: Spraying is started when the first symptoms are seen. Depending on the climatic conditions and the course of the disease, 3-5 applications are made with an interval of 10 days.
Onion Mildew: Application is started when the first signs of disease are seen in the environment. Depending on the climatic conditions and the course of the disease, 3-5 applications are made with an interval of 10 days.
Bean Pass: Spraying is started when the first signs of disease are seen in the surrounding plants. 3-5 applications are made with one week intervals.
Vineyard scabies: Spraying is done when signs of damage are detected in the spring, and if the damage continues, it is sprayed again.
Fruit tree mites: Spraying should be done when there are 8-10 mites per leaf.
Citrus red Spider: Spraying should be done if the number of live individuals in 10 leaves is more than 4-9.
Citrus Bud mite: Spraying is done in the late March-early April when the shoots are 8-10 cm in spring according to the climatic conditions in the dish gardens. 1. The application is repeated 20-25 days after the application.
It can be mixed with all insecticides and fungicides except oil and oil containing plant protection products.