Hektaş Volon

Hektaş Volon

Category : Fungicides

Product Group : Crop Protection

Active Ingredient: Copper hydroxide equivalent to 35% metallic copper

Formulation : Water dispersible granule (WG)

 Label Information  Safety Data Sheet

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Description

Specifications

It is a preservative fungicide.

Method of Application

Vineyard mildew:

1st application: It should be applied when the shoot length is 25-30 cm.

2nd and other applications: It should be done 15 days after the first application. Considering the meteorological factors such as daily temperature and precipitation averages of the region, relative humidity, and dew, applications should be made when suitable conditions for disease infection occur, and applications should be terminated when the conditions disappear.

Ringed stain on olives:

In the Marmara Region:

1st application: Just before autumn shoots appear

2nd application: After the flower stalks become evident, before the flowers open

In the Aegean Region:

1st application: Just before the spring shoots appear

2nd application: After the flower stalks become evident, before the flowers open

In the Mediterranean Region:

1st application: After harvest

2nd application: Just before the spring shoots appear

3rd application: It should be done after the flower stalks become evident, before the flowers open.

Tomato downy mildew: Application is started when a white ash-like conidy cover is seen on the underside of brown spots with a diameter of 3-5 mm on tomato leaves.

Shot hole of stone fruit (Apricot):
1. administration: Right after the leaf-fall in Autumn
2. administration: Before buds open (during the pink bud stage) in Spring
3. administration should be performed when the fruit’s sepal and stamen sheath go past the tip of the fruit.

Peach leaf curl: An application is made when the buds start to swell.

Tip-drying in citrus:

Green parts applications: It should be done 3 times in October, December and March.

Soil applications: In addition to green parts spraying, heavily infected trees in the garden should be sprayed once in October.

Tomato early leaf blight: The application should be started as soon as the first spots appear, both in the seedling and in the field. When the climatic conditions are suitable for the development of the disease, the application is continued at 15-day intervals according to the course of the disease and climatic conditions.

Other Informations

Miscibility:
It should not be used with other formulations without determining its physical suitability and phytotoxicity by preliminary testing. It should not be mixed with low pH plant protection products and Fosetyl-Al plant protection products. Care should be taken that the pH in the tank mixture does not fall below 6.5, against the possibility of phytotoxicity.

Detailed Table Information

PRODUCT NAME PLANT NAME AGENT NAME USAGE DOSETIME BETWEEN LAST SPRAY AND HARVEST
Hektaş Volon Olive
Ring spot disease (Spilocaea oleaginea)
175 g / 100 L water 14 days
Hektaş Volon Citrus
Bitblower (Phoma tracheiphila)
200 g / 100 L water 14 days
Hektaş Volon Peach
Leaf curl (Taphrina deformans)
300 g / 100 L water
Hektaş Volon Apricot
Leaf Piercing in Hard Seed Fruits (Wilsonomyces carpophilus)
1. Application 400 g / 100 L water 2. Application 200 g / 100 L water, 3. Application 200 g / 100 L water 14 days
Hektaş Volon Tomato
Mildew (Phytophtora infestans)
15 g / da 14 days
Hektaş Volon Tomato
Early leaf blight (Alternaria solani)
200 g / 100 L water 14 days
Hektaş Volon Vineyard
Mildew (Plasmopara viticola)
175 g / 100 L water 14 days

Additional information

Product Group

Crop Protection

Active Substance

Copper hydroxide equivalent to 35% metallic copper

Formulation

Water dispersible granule (WG)

Packing

1.75 kg, 2 kg_

Plant Name

Apricot, Citrus, Olive, Peach, Tomato, Vineyard

Name Of The Agency

Bitblower (Phoma tracheiphila), early leaf blight (Alternaria solani), Leaf curl (Taphrina deformans), Leaf Piercing in Hard Seed Fruits (Wilsonomyces carpophilus), Mildew (Phytophtora infestans), Mildew (Plasmopara viticola), Ring spot disease (Spilocaea oleaginea)