DIRECTIONS FOR APPLICATION
|Apple||Apple Scab (Venturia inaequalis)
|200 ml /100 l water||3 days|
|Cucumber||Downy Mildew of Cucurbits(Pseudoperonospora cubensis)
|250 ml /100 l water||3 days|
|Sugar Beet||Leeaf Spot (Cercospora beticola)
|300 ml / da
|Tomato (field/greenhouse)||Late Blight (Phytophthora infestans)||175 ml/100 l water||3 days|
|Apricot||Shot Hole Disease (Wilsonomyces carpophylus)||200 ml/100 I water
(Normal & dormant stage)
1st Application: Blooming stage
2nd Application: Pink bud burst stage
3rd Application: Petal falls upto %70
4th and other applications should be made every 10 days considering the climate conditions and preparate’s sustainability.
Downy Mildew of Cucurbits:
Application should be started when symptoms are first detected. Next applications should be made every 8-10 days according to the level of the disease.
Sugar Beet Leaf Spot:
Application should be started if from 10 of each randomly selected leaves from the %5 of the field shows spots.
Applications should be repeated every 10-14 days.
Tomato – Late Blight:
Application should be started when symptoms are first detected. Next applications should be made every 10-12 days according to the level of the disease.
Apricot – Shot Hole Disease:
1st Application: Dormant stage (right after leaf cast)
2nd Application: Normal stage (pink anthesis)
3rd Application: When calyculus and male organ is seperated on the tip of the fruit
Can be mixed with insecticides and fungicides that has been formulised as WP using a tank. Should not be mixed with high alcali based preparates. A test with a pre-mix of few dosages is advised. If the pre-mix shows seperation or decantation then preparates should be used seperately. Mixtures should be used without holding. Mixing with surfectants, foliar fertilizers and more than 2 pesticides is not advised.