Tiuram Granuflow 20 kg
Tiuram Granuflow can be used in AKG target programmes in approved crops.
avasolt crop protection technology:
Contact active formulation (FRAC code: M3).
Spraying in cherry and sour cherry crops should be initiated on a forecast basis. The fungicide may be used from the phenological stage of fruit development until 14 days before harvest. It is important that sprays are applied in abundant quantities to ensure adequate spray coverage of the fruit. Treatment time by phenology: from fruit development (BBCH 71) to 2 weeks pre-harvest (BBCH 84).
In wine grapes, control of grey mould by maintaining bunch hygiene should be carried out three times preventively at flowering, at fruit set and at bunch closure. In the case of early harvested wine grape varieties, the long withdrawal period of the preparation must be taken into account. Time of treatment according to phenology: from the beginning of flowering (BBCH 60) until bunch closure (BBCH 78).
In apples and pears, treatments against scab should be carried out at intervals of 7-10 days during the period of ascospore dispersal before flowering and after summer infestations during the fruit growth period. Higher doses are recommended during periods of pest risk. Treatment time according to phenology: from the beginning of leaf development (BBCH 10) to final fruit size (BBCH 80).
In peaches, after spraying with sulphur rhizosphere washes, it is recommended to continue treatments against Taffrine leaf curl as a preventive measure at intervals of 7-10 days, depending on the infection conditions. In the case of more severe infestations, it is advisable to combine the product with an absorbent preparation. Time of treatment according to phenology: from first leaf emergence (BBCH 10) until the end of flowering (BBCH 69).
In strawberries, treatments against grey mould should be carried out at the beginning of flowering, at main flowering and at 70-80 % wilting. Control of white spot at flowering and post-harvest is recommended at 2-3 treatments at 7-10 day intervals, depending on the severity of infestation. Post-flowering sprays should be made with a different group of active substances. Time of treatment according to phenology: from first flowering (BBCH 55) to petal fall (BBCH 67).
Aerial application: not authorised.
For treatment of 100 m2 surface area in home gardens: 20-40 g of product per 10 litres of water.
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