|Disease Harmful Weed
|Duration Between Spraying and Harvesting
|Leaf Spot Disease
METHOD OF PREPARATION FOR THE APPLICATION: First, the sprayer tank is filled halfway with water. The required amount of medication is mixed with a small amount of water in a separate container and slowly poured into the tank. The mixing apparatus of the tool is operated and the required amount of water remaining is added to the tank.
Calibration is performed first to calculate the amount of water to be thrown in the 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 under 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. Then spraying is started.
HOW TO USE: To get good results without spraying, start spraying as soon as the first symptoms are seen. Coating spraying should be done so that the plants are all wetted.
Wheat Rust Disease: Spraying is started when the first rust pustules appear on the leaves. The amount of water to be discarded should be at least 25 liters and the pressure of the sprayer should be 2.1 atm.
Leaf Spot Disease in Sugar Beet: When the disease is seen in 1% of plants, spraying is started. If the disease is seen, spraying is repeated.
Maneb, Mancozeb, Captan and Lambda can be mixed with cyhalotrin.