Plant Name

Disease Name

Usage Dose

Duration Between Final Spraying and Harvest

Tomato (greenhouse)

(Botrytis cinerLead mold in vegetablesea)

150g/100 l water

3 day

Tomato (greenhouse)

Powdery mildew in eggplant (Leveillula taurica)

60 g/100 l water

3 day



White rot(Sclerotinia sclerotiorum)

150 g/100 L water

3 day


Alternaria leaf blight(Alternaria cucumerina)

100 g/da

3 day


Gray mold(Botrytis cinerea)

150 g/100 l water

3 day


Flower monillia in stone fruits(Monilia laxa =Sclerotinia laxa)

100 g/100 l water

7 day



Flower monillia in stone fruits

75 g/100 l water

7 day

Carrot (Field)


150 g/da

1 day

It is a contact, translaminar and locally systemically transported fungicide that has a protective and preventive effect. The effects of Boscalid and Pyraclostrobin have been developed as a drug suitable for resistance management and IPM with its high control and effective substance containing two different effects. It has a good lasting effect.


The plant protection product calculated over the recommended dosage is first mixed with some water in a separate container. The tank of the application machine is half filled with water. While the mixer of the machine is running, the mixture is added to the tank. The mixing is continued and the tank is completed with water. Mixing process continues until the application is completed. Use the prepared plant protection product on the same day.


Tomato (greenhouse) Eggplant in powdery mildew: In order to combat the disease effectively, a first application is recommended with or without eyes open. Then, it can be applied with a week depending on the condition of the harvest in the garden. The application can be repeated six times or if the disease shows as mentioned before, the application continues. Usually the disease does not affect the fruits (except for some varieties), so the application can continue when the fruits are about the size of the nuts. Application should be done when shoots begin to develop again in August. Applications should be done when the first signs of disease are seen.

Bullet mold (Tomato-Eggplant-Pepper (greenhouse)) in vegetables: It should be started when the first signs of disease are seen in the environment or when the plants are in the flowering phase. Applications should be done with an interval of 10 days.

Cucumber (greenhouse) White rot: In the area known to be dishwashing, soil application should be started before planting, and green parts application should be started after the seedlings are surprised.

Strawberry Lead mold:

1. Application: When 10% of the first flowers open,

2. Application: When 50% of the flowers open, 3. application: It should be done in the period when the first green fruits are seen.

Flower monilya (Peach, Cherry, Apricot) in stone fruits:

1. Application: At the beginning of flowering (5-10% flowers),

2. Application: In full bloom (90-100% flowers)

Chemical spraying is applied in the form of green parts spraying. Application should be started with the first symptoms in the environment.

Watermelon Alternaria leaf blight: The application is continued at 12-day intervals, taking into account the severity of the disease, the climatic conditions and the efficacy of the plant protection product. When the climate conditions are suitable for the development of the disease. The application is started as soon as the first spots appear in both seedlings and field.

Carrot Ashing: Spraying should be done when the first signs of disease are seen. It is continued with an interval of 10 days depending on the ecological conditions and the course of the disease.

MIXABLE CONDITION: It is not recommended to mix with other plant protection products. If the mixture is to be made, a pre-mix experiment should be done before mixing.

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