|Plant||Disease Harmful Weed||Latin Name||dose||Duration Between Spraying and Harvesting|
|Wheat||ashing||Erysiphe graminis||75 ml/da||35 day|
|Rust||Puccinia striiformis||75 ml/da||35 day|
|*vineyard||ashing||Uncinula necator||40 ml/100 L water||21 day|
Brown Spot Disease
|Alternaria alternata f.sp. citri||100 ml/100 L water||21 day|
|Tomato||Early Leaf Blight||Alternaria solani||50 ml/100 L water||7 day|
|Leaf Mold||Fulvia fulva||50 ml/100 L water||7 day|
Leaf Spot Disease
|Cercospora arachidis||50 ml/100 l water||21 day|
* It cannot be used in vineyards where harvest leaves will be harvested.
PREPARATION OF THE MEDICINE FOR APPLICATION: The required amount of drug is mixed with a small amount of water in a suitable container. Two thirds are added into the spraying tank filled with water and mixed. The tank is then completed with water. Calibration is done first to calculate the amount of water to be used per decare. For this, a certain amount of water is put into the tank of the tool and it is calculated by running at a constant speed in the field conditions, how much area can be wetted with the existing water. Here, how much water will be spent per decare is calculated with the calibrated tool. When symptoms of disease are seen, it should be applied as a coating.
HOW TO USE:
Wheat powdery mildew: As soon as the first disease is seen or spraying should be started without gaining much intensity.
Wheat rust: It is applied in places where the disease is seen almost every year and when sensitive rust varieties start to appear as the first rust spots as green parts.
Ash in the Vineyard:
1. spraying; When the shoots reach 20-30 cm before the flower reaches
2. Spraying; When the groats got ridiculous
3. Spraying; It is done 14 days after the second spraying. If the climatic conditions are appropriate for the development of the disease, spraying is continued.
Brown spot disease in citrus fruits: spraying is started as soon as the disease is seen.
Early leaf blight in tomatoes: Spraying is started as a preservative or when the first signs of disease are seen. Application is continued at 10-14 days intervals.
Disinfection is started when the first spots are seen on the leaves against leaf mold in tomatoes. Disinfection is continued, taking into account the severity of the disease, climatic conditions and duration of the drug.
For leaf spot disease in peanuts; As soon as the first signs of illness appear, the struggle begins and is repeated at intervals of 20 days.
MIXABLE STATUS: Not to be mixed with highly acidic and basic medicines