It is a protective fungicide.
Method of Application
Mildew of cucurbits- cucumber: Spraying is started when tillering begins in plants and first signs of mildew appear in the environment. Depending on the severity of disease, administration should be made in a way that each side of plant, especially underside of leaf is covered.
Mildew in vineyard: First spraying should be done when the offshoots are 25-30 cm. Second and third sprayings ahold be done at 12-day intervals considering the pesticide’s effective period. 4th and 5th applications should be done if meteorological conditions continue being favorable for disease and repeated spraying is required.
Mildew of potato: Spraying should start when the first signs of disease are observed in the plants, and it should be repeated with 10-14 day intervals in accordance with the weather conditions and the state of development of the plant.
Can be mixed with many pesticides except for those that are highly acidic or alkaline, such as lime or Bordeaux mixture. However, before a large-scale mixture is prepared, physical compatibility should be confirmed by preparing a small-scale mixture.
Detailed Table Information
|PRODUCT NAME||PLANT NAME||AGENT NAME||USAGE DOSE||TIME BETWEEN LAST SPRAY AND HARVEST|
|Mattock 50 WP||Cucumbar||
Mildew in Cucurbitaceae (Pseudoperonospora cubensis)
|50 g /100 L water||3 days|
|Mattock 50 WP||Vineyard||Mildew (Plasmopara viticola)||60 g / 100 L water||7 days|
|Mattock 50 WP||Potato||Mildew (Phytophthora infestans)||50 g/da||3 days|
|Mattock 50 WP||Tomato (Field/Greenhouse)||Mildew (Phytophthora infestans)||50 g/100 L water||3 days|
|Mattock 50 WP||Melon (Field/Greenhouse)||Mildew in Cucurbitaceae (Pseudoperonospora cubensis)||50 g /100 L water||3 days|