Driblling

Crops:

  • Almonds, Grapes, Hazelnuts, Peaches, Quinces

Fungal disease:

  • Anthracnose, Bacteriosis, Black rot, Downy mildew, Fungal and bacterial diseases, Leaf curl, Moniliose, Scab
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Copper Oxychloride 877 g/Kg ( metallic copper equivalent 500 g/kg) WP

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Crops: Almonds, Grapes, Hazelnuts, Peaches, Quinces

Fungal disease: Anthracnose, Bacteriosis, Black rot, Downy mildew, Fungal and bacterial diseases, Leaf curl, Moniliose, Scab

Brand: Mckinley, Ireland

Copper Oxychloride 877 g / kg (metallic Copper 500 g / kg)

Wet powder (WP)

Dribbling is a fungicide and bactericidal of the preventive nature of group M1, used against bacterial and fungal diseases in grapes, fruits, olives, pomegranates, nuts, vegetables, peas, beans, and other legumes.

Preparation of working solution:

When preparing the working solution, use a device in which the mixture is mixed on a regular basis. After filling the clean tank halfway, add the required number of preparations to the water in the following order (W-A-L-E-S method):

  1. Water-soluble packaging; 2. Wet powder; 3. Water-dispersible granules and other dry formulations. (Continue stirring until the mixture is homogeneous); 4. Liquid formulations (suspension concentrate, suspension emulsion, oily-aqueous emulsion); 5. Emulsion concentrate; 6. The aqueous solution and then adhesive.

Resistance: Dribbling is a group M1 fungicide. Repeated use of fungicide of group M1 may cause a change in the genetic characteristics of this or that fungal disease and make it resistant to it. Use dribbling and other chemical classes alternately to prevent resistance.

Compatibility: Compatible with other pesticides and agrochemicals. It is not allowed to mix with products of the acid reaction and strong alkaline reaction.

Phytotoxicity: When using the recommended norms and doses, the drug is not phytotoxic to plants.

Period of protective action: 10-14 days.

Impact speed: Upon spraying.

 

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Packing

1Kg, 25Kg, 5Kg

Crops

Almonds, Grapes, Hazelnuts, Peaches, Quinces

Fungal disease

Anthracnose, Bacteriosis, Black rot, Downy mildew, Fungal and bacterial diseases, Leaf curl, Moniliose, Scab