Category : Fungicides

Product Group : Crop Protection

Active Ingredient : %75 Chlorothalonil

Formulation : Wettable Powder (WP)

Package : 1 kg, 800 g

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A protective, non-systemic, contact fungicide with a wide spectrum of action.

Method of Application

Mildew on cucumber: The spraying 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. In applications, it should be done to cover all parts of the plant, especially under the leaves.

Pear scatter:
1st spraying: When the flower buds swell (3-5 days before in places where there is a row of branches),
2nd spraying: During the pink rosette bud period (when the flowers are seen separately),
3rd spraying: When 70-80% of flower petals fall, 4th and other sprayings should be done at 12-14 day intervals when climatic conditions are suitable for disease progression.

Black spot of apple:

1st application should be done when buds swell, during the pink bud stage;

3rd is done when 70-80% of the petals have fallen;

4th and subsequent sprayings at 12-14 day intervals depending on weather conditions and course of disease.

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.

Root rot in peanut: It is seed spraying. The seeds are pre-moistened so that the drug can adhere to the seed surface. If the application will be made with a cascade, 500 g of product recommended for 100 kg of seeds is mixed well with enough water in a container, and then slowly added to the application barrel several times. Each time the application barrel is turned, the seeds are homogeneously well mixed. coating is provided. In selectors with an application device, a preliminary test is made and the amount of water that will ensure ideal coverage of the seed is found. The ideal amount of water is the amount of water that covers the seed well but does not flow. After this is achieved, the required amount is thoroughly mixed with water and the application is made by placing it in the application device tank. Do not use seeds with low germination capacity, peeled or cracked seeds that are not suitable for sowing. Shake the product well before use.

Chickpea anthracnose: Green part spraying: Although it is necessary to start the application when the daily average temperature is 10°C and the proportional humidity is at least 80%, it should be started practically when the first signs of the 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. If there is heavy rain on the day of application, the application should be repeated.

Sugar beet leaf spot disease: The first application is started when a cercospora leaf spot is seen on 5% of the adult leaves of the sugar beet. It should be continued at intervals of 15-20 days.

Other Informations

Not to be mixed with strongly acidic and alkaline pesticides.

Detailed Table Information

Hektanil Peanut
Root rot (Aspergillus niger)
500 g / 100 kg seed 0 day
Hektanil Sugar beet
leaf spot disease (Cercospora arachidis)
200 g / da 3 day
Hektanil Chickpeas
anthracnose (Ascochyta rabiei)
200 g / 100 L water 3 day
Hektanil Cucumber
Mildew in Cucurbitaceae (Pseudoperonospora cubensis)
200 g / da 3 day
Hektanil Apple
Black stain (Venturia inaequalis)
150 g / 100 L water 3 day
Hektanil Tomato
Mildew (Phyttophthora infestans)
150 g / 100 L water 3 day
Hektanil Pear
Black stain(Venturia pyrina)
200 g / 100 L water 14 day

Additional information

Product Group

Crop Protection

Active Substance



Wettable Powder (WP)


1 kg, 800 g_

Plant Name

Apple, Chickpeas, Cucumber, Peanut, Pear, Sugar Beet, Tomato

Name Of The Agency

anthracnose (Ascochyta rabiei), Black stain (Venturia inaequalis), Black stain(Venturia pyrina), leaf spot disease (Cercospora arachidis), Mildew (Phyttophthora infestans), Mildew in Cucurbitaceae (Pseudoperonospora cubensis), Root rot (Aspergillus niger)