Alfosetil 80 Wp

Alfosetil 80 Wp


Category : Fungicides

Product Group : Crop Protection

Active Ingredient : %80 Fosetyl-AL

Formulation : Wettable Powder (WP)

Package : 1kg , 250 gr

Safety Datasheet

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Description

Specifications

It is a bidirectional systemic fungicide which can be transported in the plant sap from the leaves to the root and vice versa. There is no need to reapply the fungicide even after a heavy rainfall starting 5-6 hours later application. However, a good soaking should be provided, so the plant protection product can pass to the plant’s sap system in a homogeneous way and in a short period of time.

Method Of Application

False mildew in cucumber and melon:
Spraying is started once vine growth begins or the first signs of disease are seen in the environment and it is repeated at 10-day intervals. There should be at least one week between the last spraying and harvest.
Brown rot and stem gumming of citrus fruits:
*Against fruit infections: 1st administration: It should be made before rainfalls or immediately after the first rains in autumn. 2nd administration: If the weather goes rainy, it should be made 15 days after the first administration. *Against stem infections: The wounds in the infected trees should be cleaned until the texture of wood in October, January and March. An administration is made in stem and root throat infections. The crust on the wound must be completely cleaned with a clean knife and especially parts of tree crown up to 1-1.5 m height should be properly sprayed.
Citrus fruits:
Spraying is done three times a year, during periods of rapid vining (April, June and September).
False mildew in cucumber and melon:
Spraying is started once vine growth begins or the first signs of disease are seen in the environment and it is repeated at 10-day intervals. There should be at least one week between the last spraying and harvest.
Onion Mildew:
 Spraying is started once the first signs of disease are seen in the environment. Spraying is done at 10-day intervals.
Pear:
Spraying should be done at least three times with 7-8 day intervals starting from the beginning of flowering (white bud stage).
Tomato:
Spraying is started when brown spots with a diameter of 3-5 mm are noticed on the tomato leaves, with a white ash-like conidial layer on the lower surface. The plant should be sprayed thoroughly, including lower surfaces of leaves.

Other Informations

Compatibility:

ALFOSETIL 80 WP cannot be mixed with foliar fertilizers, dicofol, and products containing copper. Oils and products containing oils should be applied afterwards since they prevent ALFOSETIL 80 WP from being absorbed by the leaves. Since filling materials of different quality are used in products, small test applications are recommended while mixing, before large-scale application.

Detailed Table Information

*Citrus (Lemon, orange, grapefruit, mandarin) **The diseased parts in the trees should be removed with a tool dipped in disinfectant before each spraying.
NAME OF THE PRODUCT PLANT NAME NAME OF THE AGENCY DOSAGE OF USE TIME BETWEEN LAST SPRAY AND HARVEST
Alfosetil 80 WP melon
Downey Mildew in Cucurbit (Pseudoperonospora cubensis)
200 g/100 l water 14 days
Alfosetil 80 WP Citrus Fruits
Brown rot (Phytophthora citrophthora)
200 g/100 l water 14 days
Alfosetil 80 WP Citrus Fruits
Brown rot (Phytophthora citrophthora)
300 g/100 l water 14 days
Alfosetil 80 WP Cucumber
Mildew (Pseudoperonospora cubensis)
200 g/100 l water 14 days
Alfosetil 80 WP Onion
Mildew (Peronospora destructor)
150 g/100 l water 14 days
Alfosetil 80 WP Pear
Fire blight (Erwinia amylovora)
400 g/ 100 l water 14 days
Alfosetil 80 WP Tomato
Mildew (Phytophthora infestans)
250 g/ 100 l water 7 days

Additional information

Product Group

Crop Protection

Active Substance

Fosetyl-AL

Formulation

Wettable Powder (WP)

Packing

1 Kilogram,250 gram

Plant Name

Citrus Furits, Cucumber, Melon, Onion, Pear, Tomato

Name Of The Agency

Brown rot (Phytophthora citrophthora), Downey Mildew in Cucurbit (Pseudoperonospora cubensis), Fire blight (Erwinia amylovora), Mildew (Peronospora destructor), Mildew (Phytophthora infestans), Mildew (Pseudoperonospora cubensis)