Hektaneb M-22

Hektaneb M-22

Category : Fungicides

Product Group : Crop Protection

Active Ingredient : % 80 Maneb

Formulation : Wettable Powder (WP)

Package : 400 g, 800 g

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Description

Specifications

A protective fungicide with contact action.

Method of Application

Black Pepper in Pistachios:

The first application should be done before the onset of the first infections. This spraying should be done after flowering, when the fruits reach the size of a wheat grain after fertilization.

2nd application and other applications: As long as the infection conditions suitable for the disease continue, it is continued at 15-day intervals.

Pear Black Spot:

1. Application: When the flower buds swell (3-5 days ago in places with rows of branches)

2. Application: During the pink rosette bud period (when the flowers are seen separately)

3. Application: When 70-80% of flower petals fall

4. and other applications should be applied considering the duration of action of the drugs used in cases where the climatic conditions are suitable for the progression of the disease.

Black spot of apple:

1st spraying: When the flower buds swell (when they are about to burst) (3-5 days earlier if branches are affected);

2nd spraying: At the pink flower bud stage (then the flowers are seen separately with their short stems);

3rd spraying: When 70-80% of the petals have fallen,

4th and other sprayings are also made at 12-14 day intervals by taking into account the effective period of the product depending on weather conditions and course of disease.

Peach Leafdelen:

1st application: Immediately after leaf fall in autumn,

2nd application: It is done in the spring when the flower buds swell, before the flowers open.

Onion Mildew: If the daily average temperature reaches 16°C and the proportional humidity reaches at least 80%, spraying can be started when the first signs of disease are detected in the environment.

Chickpea Anthracnose:

Seed spraying: It should be applied on the day of planting. Y

Evening part spraying: Although it is necessary to start the spraying when the humidity is at least 80% proportional to the average daily temperature of 10°C, it should be started practically when the first signs of the disease are seen in the region. Spraying is continued, taking into account the severity of the disease, climatic conditions and the effectiveness of the drug. If there is heavy rain on the day of application, the application should be repeated.

Anthracnose in Melon-Watermelon Cucurbits: Even if the daily average temperature is 16°C and the proportional humidity reaches at least 80%; The most practical way in application is to start spraying with the detection of the first anthracnose spots on the leaves and stems of melon-watermelon plants. Depending on the severity of the disease, climatic conditions and the duration of the drug’s effectiveness, spraying should be continued.

Mildew in Cucumbers and Cucurbits: The application is started when the plants start to bloom or when the first mildew symptom is seen and is continued at intervals of 7-10 days depending on the severity of the disease. Applications should be made to cover all parts of the plant, especially under the leaves.

Bean Rust: The application should be started as soon as rust pustules appear on the leaves of bean plants in the environment and the application should be continued considering the severity of the disease, climatic conditions and the effectiveness of the plant protection product. In dry beans, there is no need to apply since it does not cause economic product losses when the disease occurs during the ripening period of the capsules.

Bean Anthracnose: Applications should be started as soon as the first signs of disease are seen in the region. The application is continued considering the severity of the disease, climatic conditions and the duration of the plant protection product. Care should be taken to spray all the green parts of the plant.

Tomato Leaf Mold Spraying is continued, taking into account the severity of the disease, climatic conditions and the effectiveness of the drug.

Tomato Mildew: The pest control is started when a white ash-like cover is seen under the brown spots with a diameter of 3-5 mm on the surrounding tomato leaves, or when the disease occurs every year, when suitable conditions for the disease are observed. Spraying is continued at intervals of 10-12 days, depending on the course of the disease and climatic conditions.

Cucumber Angular Leaf Spot: When the disease is seen in the field or when it first starts to appear, green parts should be sprayed with at least 3 applications every 10 days as a preventative.

Scattering and Root Rot in Vegetable Seedlings: Before planting, seeds are sprayed by mixing 200 g of pesticide per 100 kg of seed.

Tomatoes, Eggplants, Potatoes Early Blight of Leaf: The spraying should be started as soon as the first spots are seen, both in the nursery and in the field. When climatic conditions are suitable for disease development, spraying is continued at 10-12 day intervals depending on the course of the disease and climatic conditions.

Spreading Wheat: Seeds should be sprayed at the recommended dose before planting.

Wheat Rust Diseases (Yellow rust, Brown rust, Black rust): Applications should be started when disease symptoms are seen. Green parts are sprayed against rust factors. The surface of the leaves and stem should be covered with medicated water by application. Considering the climatic conditions and the status of the disease, the applications are continued at intervals of 21-28 days when necessary. Since the plant enters the maturation period one month before the harvest, it should not be applied.

Potato Mildew: Application is started when climatic conditions such as high humidity occur for disease emergence or when the first signs of disease are seen in the environment, and spraying is repeated at 10-12 day intervals depending on the severity of the disease.

Potato Common Scabies: It is done in the form of seed spraying before planting potatoes.

Walnut Anthracnose: Chemical control is required in places where the disease is severe every year.

1st application: In the period when the buds are just beginning to burst and the leaflets are cat ears,

2nd application: In the period when the leaflets in the leaves take half the size,

3. Application: It is done during the period when the fruits take the size of hazelnuts.

4. and other applications: It is repeated considering the effect time of the fungicide used in rainy places and as long as the infection conditions continue.

Peanut Leaf Spot: The application is started 4-5 weeks after planting in places where the disease occurs every year, and can be continued until harvest.

Hops Mildew: Application is started in spring when the shoots are 75-100 cm in average. It is repeated with an interval of one week until the flowering period. In this period, spraying is continued at 10-day intervals until the cocoon holding period.

Clove Rust: Disinfection should be started before the cuttings are taken to the production area and spraying should be repeated considering the effect time of the drug.

Safflower Leaf Spot: Applications are started when the first symptoms are seen on the plants.

Bond Dead Arm:

*Summer application:

1st application when the shoots are 2-3 cm,

2nd application when the shoots are 8-10 cm,

The third application should be done when the shoots reach 25-30 cm.

Other Informations

Miscibility:

Can be mixed with other pesticides except for those which contain copper. A physical compatibility test should be done incase of doubt.

Detailed Table Information

For Vegetable Seedlings: The two doses given in the nursery spraying vary according to the disease intensity and plant vegetation period.

NAME OF THE PRODUCT PLANT NAME NAME OF THE AGENCY DOSAGE OF USE TIME BETWEEN LAST SPRAY AND HARVEST
Hektaneb M-22 Peanut
leaf spot disease (Cercospora beticola)
250 g / 100 L water 28 day
Hektaneb M-22 Hops
Mildew (Pseudoperonospora humuli)
150 g / 100 L water 7 day
Hektaneb M-22 Peach
Peach leaf piercer (Coryneum beijerinckii)
300 g / 100 L water 21 day
Hektaneb M-22 Onion
Mildew (Peronospora destructor)
200 g / 100 L water 28 day
Hektaneb M-22 vegetable seedlings
Settling and seedling root rot (Pythium spp., Rhizoctania spp., Alternaria spp., Fusarium spp., Sclerotinia spp.)
200 – 250 g / 100 L water 28 day
Hektaneb M-22 Aubergine
early leaf blight (Alternaria solani)
200 g/100 L water 28 day
Hektaneb M-22 Potatoes
Scabies (Streptomyces scabies)
1600 g / 100 kg seed 0 day
Hektaneb M-22 Potatoes
Mildew (Phytophthora infestans)
300 g / 100 L water 28 day
Hektaneb M-22 Potatoes
early leaf blight (Alternaria solani)
200 g/100 L water 28 day
Hektaneb M-22 Chickpeas
anthracnose(Ascochyta rabiei)
200 g / 100 kg seed, 200 g / 100 L water green accent 28 day
Hektaneb M-22 Melon
anthracnose(Colletotrichum lindemuthianum)
200 g / 100 L water 28 day
Hektaneb M-22 Watermelon
anthracnose(Ascochyta rabiei)
200 g/100 L water 28 day
Hektaneb M-22 Clove Rust 200 g / 100 L water 0 day
Hektaneb M-22 Cucumber
leathery leaf spot (Pseudomonas syringae pv. Lachyrmans)
200 g / 100 L water 28 day
Hektaneb M-22 Cucumber
Mildew in Cucurbitaceae (Pseudoperonospora cubensis)
170 g / 100 L water 28 day
Hektaneb M-22 Bean Rust 200 g / 100 L water 28 day
Hektaneb M-22 Bean
anthracnose(Colletotrichum lindemuthianum)
200 g / 100 L water 28 day
Hektaneb M-22 Apple
Black stain(Venturia inaequalis)
300 g / 100 L water 21 day
Hektaneb M-22 Tomato
leaf mold(Cladosporium fulvum)
200 g / 100 L water 28 day
Hektaneb M-22 Tomato
Mildew (Phythophthora infestans)
200 g / 100 L water 28 day
Hektaneb M-22 Walnut
anthracnose(Gnomonia leptostyla)
300 g / 100 L water 28 day
Hektaneb M-22 Wheat
Yellow rust, Brown rust, Black rust (Puccinia striiformis, Puccinia recondita tritici, P. graminis tritici)
350 g / da 28 day
Hektaneb M-22 Wheat
Adi sürme (Tilletia foedita, T. caries)
150 g / 100 kg seed 0 day
Hektaneb M-22 Bond*
dead arm (Phomopsis viticola)
200 g / 100 L water 21 day
Hektaneb M-22 Safflower
leaf spot (Alternaria carthami)
200 g / 100 L water 7 day
Hektaneb M-22 Pear
Black stain (Venturia pyrina)
300 g / 100 L water 21 day
Hektaneb M-22 pistachios
Karazenk (Pseudocercospora pistacina)
300 g / 100 L water 28 day

Additional information

Product Group

Crop Protection

Active Substance

% 80 Maneb_

Formulation

Wettable Powder (WP)

Packing

400 g, 800 g_

Plant Name

Apple, Aubergine, Bean, Bond*, Chickpeas, Clove, Cucumber, Hops, Melon, Onion, Peach, Peanut, Pear, Pistachios, Potato, safflower, Tomato, vegetable seedlings, Walnut, Watermelon, Wheat

Name Of The Agency

Anthracnose(Colletotrichum lindemuthianum), Black stain (Venturia pyrina), Black stain(Venturia inaequalis), Dead arm (Phomopsis viticola), early leaf blight (Alternaria solani), Leaf mold(Cladosporium fulvum), leaf spot (Alternaria carthami), leaf spot disease (Cercospora beticola), Mildew (Peronospora destructor), Mildew (Phytophthora infestans), Mildew (Pseudoperonospora humuli), Peach leaf piercer (Coryneum beijerinckii), Rust, Scabies (Streptomyces scabies), Settling and seedling root rot (Pythium spp., Rhizoctania spp., Alternaria spp., Fusarium spp., Sclerotinia spp.), Yellow rust, Brown rust, Black rust (Puccinia striiformis, Puccinia recondita tritici, P. graminis tritici)