TORONTO is a protective fungicide from the Quinazolinone group, with Proquinazid active substance, affecting the formation of spores and appresorium of the disease agent against Uncleula necator disease.


Plant Name

Disease Name

Usage Dose

Time Between Last Spraying and Harvest


Ashing (Uncinula necator)

25 ml/100 l water

28 day

* It cannot be used in vineyards where harvest leaves will be harvested.


Preparation and Application of the Drug:

Before preparing the drug, make sure that the sprayer is clean and calibrated properly. Before spraying, the amount of water to be used should be determined by performing a calibration, and an appropriate amount of water should be used to make a good coating during spraying.

When preparing the medicine, fill the spraying tank with water up to half. Mix TORONTO in a small amount of water in a separate container and pour this mixture into the sprayer tank. Then fill the tank with water. Mix well with mechanical or hydraulic mixers. Use the prepared medicine immediately.

TIME OF USE: TORONTO should be used at the recommended dosage and as a preservative (without symptoms of the disease) against Uncleula necator disease.

First spraying: When the shoots are 25-30 cm in the vineyard, the first spraying is done. 2. Spraying: It is performed when the flower petals are poured (during the period when the groves are silly). For the third and other disinfections, the disease development and climate characteristics are taken into account and, if necessary, disinfections are continued at 14-day intervals. Spraying is stopped when fresh water is passed to the grains.

Phytotoxicity: It is not phytotoxic when used according to TORONTO recommendations.

MIXABLE CONDITION: TORONTO can be mixed with many plant protection drugs. However, before making a large-scale mixture, it is necessary to test whether the physical mixture is possible and also the safety of the mixture at the vineyard with a small application. For more information, consult the licensee or the vendor.

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