DIRECTIONS FOR APPLICATION
|Apple||Apple Scab (Venturia ineaqualis)
Juniper Apple Rust (Gymnosporangium confusum)
|250 gr/100 L water
250 gr/100 L water
|Onion||Downy Mildew (Peronospora destructor)||200 gr/100 L water||28 days|
|Cucumber||Downy Mildew of Cucurbits (Pseudoperonospora cubensis)||200 gr/100 L water||14 days|
|Tomato||Late Blight (Phytophtora infestans)||200 gr/100 L water||14 days|
|Chickpea||Blight (Ascochyta rabiei)||200 gr/100 L water
200 gr /100 kg seed
|Bean||Black Spot (Colletotrichum lindemuthianum)
Rust (Uromyces phaseoli)
|200 gr/100 L water
200 gr/100 L water
|Tomato, Potato and Eggplant||Early Blight (Alternaria solani)||200 gr/100 L su||14 days|
|Seedlings||Damping-off (Pythium spp., Rhizoctania spp., Alternaria spp., Fusarium spp., Sclerotinia spp.)||200 gr/100 kg seed|
|Melon and Watermelon||Anthracnose (Colletotrichum legenarium)||200 gr/100 L water||7 days|
|Wheat||Wheat Yellow Rust (Puccinia striiformis)
Leaf Rust (P. recondita tritici)
Stem Rust (P.graminis tritici)
|350 gr/da||28 days|
|Hop||Downy Mildew (Pseudoperonospora humuli)||150 gr/100 L water||42 days|
|Peanut||Leaf Spot (Cercospora arachidis)
Black Mold (Aspergillus niger)
|200 gr/100 L water
500 gr/100 kg seed
|Vineyard*||Grapevine Downy Mildew (Plasmopara viticola)
Dead Arm of Grapevine (Phomopsis viticola)
|200 gr/100 L water
200 gr/100 L water
*Do not use on vine leave crops for consumption
1st application: Blooming stage (3-5 days before if stem is infected)
2nd application: Pink bud burst stage (flowers are seperately spotted)
3rd application: Petal falls upto %70
4th and other applications should be made every 15 days considering the climate state and preparate’s sustainability.
Apple Rust (Gymnosporangium confusum):
1st application: After the buds burst (red bud stage beginning)
2nd application: When petals falls off completely
3rd application: Should be made 15 days after the 2nd application.
Grapevine Downy Mildew:
First application should be made when tillers reach 25-30 cm. Later applications should be made every 10-15 days considering disease’s progress, preparate’s effect duration and climate conditions.
Vineyard – Dead Arm:
1st application: When tillers are 2-3cm long
2nd application: When tillers are 8-10 cm long
3rd application: When tillers reach 25-30 cm
Onion – Downy Mildew:
Even though it is advisable to start application when daily temperatures reach 160C and humidity reaches %80, if contamination symptoms are detected, application can be started.
Cucumber – Downy Mildew:
Application should be started upon first symptoms occur and is continued every 7-10 days considering the disease’s density. It is necessary for the preparate to cover all parts of the plant, especially under the leaves.
Tomato – Late Blight:
Application should be started when 3-5 mm brown stains with white spread underneath are spotted on the leaves. Also if suitable conditions for the disease occur, application can be started. Applications are made every 10-12 days due to the status of the plant and climate conditions.
Chickpea – Blight (Anthracnose):
Seed application: Should be applied the same day seeding is taking place.
Green compund application: Even though it is advisable to start application when daily temperatures reach 100C and humidity reaches %80, if contamination symptoms are detected, application can be started. Applications are continued considering the effect duration of the plant, status of the disease and climate conditions. If dense raining occurs the application took place, it should be repeated.
Bean – Black Spot:
Applications is started when first symptoms occur. Applications are repeated weekly as long as the climate conditions are suitable for the disease’s growth.
Bean – Rust:
Application should be started when rust pustules can be spotted, and should be continued considering the effect duration of the preparate, climate conditions and the status of the disease. Application is not necessary on hapricot(dry beans) in ripening phase of the capsules because it does not lead to crop loss.
Tomato, Eggplant and Potato – Early Blight:
Applications are started when first stains are spotted both in the seedbed or in the field. Applications are continued every 10-12 days in accordance with the progress of the disease and climate conditions that may be suitable for the disease.
Seedlings – Damping-off and Root Rot:
Preparate is mixed in the seeds before planting. (200g / 100kg seed)
Melon and Watermelon – Anthracnose:
Seed Application: Seeds should be wettened and dried each for an hour before planting and application should be made afterwards.
Green Compound Application: Even though it is advisable to start application when daily temperatures reach 160C and humidity reaches %80, if contamination symptoms are detected, application can be started. Applications are continued considering the effect duration of the plant, status of the disease and climate conditions
Wheat – Rust:
Yellow rust (Puccinia striiformis), Leaf rust (P. recondita tritici), Stem rust (P.graminis tritici)
Application should be started when first symptoms occur. Green compound applications are made against rust factors. Preparate should be covering all the leaves and the surface of the stem. Applications can be continued every 21-28 days considering the status of the disease and climate conditions. Applications in the last month before harvest is not advised as the plant has entered the ripening phase.
Hop – Downy Mildew:
Application is started in spring when tillers reach around 75-100 cm. Applications should be repeated weekly until the blooming stage. After blooming, applications are repeated every 10 days until the cocoon stage.
Peanut – Black Mold:
Applied to seeds. Seeds should be humidified before the application so that the preparate can attach to the surface of the seeds.
Peanut – Leaf Spot:
Application is started 4-5 weeks after plantation on where the disease is spotted every year, and can be continued until the harvest.
Can be mixed with other insecticides and fungicides, apart from sulphur-calcitic, bordo mix and boron based leaf fertilizers.