|Plant||Disease Harmful Weed||Latince İsmi||dose||Duration Between Spraying and Harvesting|
|Peach||Leaf piercing||(Wilsonomyces carpophylus)||300 g/100 l water||14 day|
|Monilya||(Sclerotinia laxa)||300 g/100 l water||14 day|
|apricot||Monilya||(Sclerotinia laxa)||200 g/100 l water||14 day|
|apple||Black stain||(Venturia inaequalis)||150 g/100 l water||14 day|
|peat||Black stain||(Venturia pirina)||150 g/100 l water||14 day|
|plum||Pocket disease||(Taphrina pruni)||300 g/100 l water||14 day|
|Cherry||Monilya||(Sclerotinia laxa)||150 g/100 l water||14 day|
|Vegetables||Collapsing on seedlings||(Pythium spp., Rhizoctonia spp., Alternaria spp., Fusarium spp.)||200 g/100 kg seed||-|
|Onion||Drive||(Urocystis cepulae)||5 kg/100 kg seed (stye)||-|
|Chickpea||anthracnose||(Ascochyta rabiei)||300 g/100 kg seed||-|
|Beans||Root rot||(Fusarium spp., Macrophomina phaseoli, Rhizoctonia spp., Stemphylium spp.)||300 g/100 l water||14 day|
|Melon watermelon||anthracnose||(Colletotrichum lagenarium)||300 g/100 kg seed||-|
|Tobacco||Damping||(Fusarium spp., Pythium spp., Rhizoctonia spp., Alternaria spp., Sclerotinia spp.)||200 g/100 l water or2.5-3 g/m²||-|
|Hazelnut Saplings and Omca||Dormouse||(Mucardinus sp.)||4 kg/100 l water||14 day|
|Seven sleeps||(Glis glis-repellent)||4 kg/100 l water||14 day|
|Field bunny||(Lepus sp.-repellent)||150g/1 l water||-|
|Sugar beet||Stem blight||(Phoma betae)||400 g/100 kg seed||-|
PREPARATION FOR APPLICATION:
The tank of the application tool is filled with water up to two thirds. At the recommended dosage, THİRAFLO WG is poured into the tank after being mixed with some water in a separate container. The mixer of the tool is operated and the tank is completed with water. Application should be done in windless weather.
HOW TO USE:
In order to get good results from the application, the leaves, branches and eyes should be sprayed with a good coating before the symptoms are seen.
INFORMATION ABOUT RESISTANCE:
The plant protection product named THİRAFLO WG is a fungicide classified as Group M3 according to its mechanism of action. It is generally defined as a low risk group since there are no signs of resistance to fungicides. There is no cross resistance between group members M1 to M9.
It should not be compared with copper fungicides. If copper fungicide is applied to plants, THIRAFLO WG should be applied after two weeks.