Domark 10 EC

Domark 10 EC

Category : Fungicides

Product Group : Crop Protection

Active Ingredient : 100 g/l Tetraconazole

Formulation : Emulsifiable concentrate (EC)

Package : 400 ml, 250 ml,100 ml

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Description

Specifications

DOMARK 10 EC is a systemic fungicide with protective and curative properties. Shortly after implementing, it is absorbed easily by the leaves into the plant.

Method Of Application

Powdery mildew of cucurbitaceae: Spraying should be started once the first signs of disease are seen on plants and other sprayings are continued 2-3 times with at 10-15 day intervals.

Powdery mildew of cucumber: Spraying should be started once the first signs of disease are seen on plants and second and other sprayings are continued with at 10-day intervals until the infection conditions are over.

Powdery mildew of peach: 1st spraying: If the disease appears in the garden for the first time, spraying is started as soon as symptoms of disease appear. If disease has been observed in previous years, if rate of diseased shoot in the trees reach 3% in the inspections made after pruning, 1st spraying is made before the symptoms are observed, that is, 5-8 days before the disease is observed in previous years or when the shoots are 20 cm. 2nd and other spraying: The spraying is continued until the infection conditions disappear by considering development of plant, the duration of medicine used. During the epidemic years, if required, spraying is continued to protect the shoots and leaves after harvest.

Powdery mildew in tobacco: Started when the first signs of disease appear; at most 2 applications are recommended at an 14-day interval.

Powdery mildew of tomato: The first spraying is started when symptoms of disease are observed in the field. The second and other spraying are made with 10 day interval until the infection conditions are over.

Powdery mildew of vineyard: The first spraying is administered before the blooming when the shoots reach 25-30 cm in size. In the next administration, it is started after the flower petals are shed. Depending on the development of disease and climatic conditions during the season, it is administered until veraison to shatters for 3-4 times.

Other Informations

Compatibility: If a mixture will be prepared, a small test application should be done before large-scale applications.

Detailed Table Information

*Cannot be used in vineyards where vines are grown for consumption purposes.

 

NAME OF THE PRODUCT PLANT NAME NAME OF THE AGENCY DOSAGE OF USE TIME BETWEEN LAST SPRAY AND HARVEST
Domark 10 EC Tobacco
Powdery mildew (Erysiphe cichoracearum)
40 ml / 100 L water 7 days
Domark 10 EC Peach
Powdery mildew(Sphaerotheca pannosa)
40 ml / 100 L water 14 days
Domark 10 EC Cucurbitaceae
Powdery mildew(Erysiphe cichoracearum)
50 ml / 100 L water 7 days
Domark 10 EC Cucumber (Greenhouse)
Powdery mildew(Erysiphe cichoracearum)
50 ml/100 l water 3 days
Domark 10 EC Cucumber
Powdery mildew(Erysiphe cichoracearum)
50 ml / 100 L water 3 days
Domark 10 EC Cucumber
Powdery Mildew in Cucurbitaceae (Erysiphe cichoracearum)
50 ml/100 l water 7 days
Domark 10 EC Hazelnut
Powdery mildew(Erysiphe spp. )
50 ml/100 l water 21 days
Domark 10 EC Tomato
Powdery mildew in eggplants (Leveillula taurica)
50 ml / 100 L water 3 days
Domark 10 EC Strawberry
Powdery mildew(Sphaerotheca macularis)
50 ml / 100 L water 3 days
Domark 10 EC Bond*
Powdery mildew(Uncinula necator)
30 ml / 100 L water 14 days

Additional information

Product Group

Crop Protection

Active Substance

100 g/l Tetraconazole_

Formulation

Emulsifiable concentrate (EC)

Packing

400 ml, 250 ml,100 ml_

Plant Name

Bond*, Cucumber, Cucurbitaceae, Hazelnut, Peach, Strawberry, Tobacco, Tomato

Name Of The Agency

Powdery mildew (Erysiphe cichoracearum), Powdery Mildew in Cucurbitaceae (Erysiphe cichoracearum), Powdery mildew in eggplants (Leveillula taurica), Powdery mildew(Erysiphe spp. ), Powdery mildew(Sphaerotheca macularis), Powdery mildew(Sphaerotheca pannosa), Powdery mildew(Uncinula necator)