Topsin-M 70 WDG 0.2 kg
Water dispersible granules (WG). Proven broad spectrum fungicide for apples, some stone fruit, vegetables and field crops (e.g. oilseed rape, rape). Recommended against powdery mildew, monilia, grey mould, scab, other foliar fungal diseases.
It is recommended for tank-mix application with a contaminant (e.g. Tiuram Granuflow).
Proposed crop protection technology
In apple orchards, the use of the product is recommended mainly from the petal bud stage until the end of the intensive shoot growth period. When used against scab, it should be combined with a contact agent.
Time of last treatment: when the colouring characteristic of the variety has developed.
In cherry, sour cherry and plum orchards, control of moniliaceae should be carried out at the end of colour budding/beginning of flowering or at main flowering, and of other fungal diseases at the beginning of sporulation or when symptoms on leaves are observed. Control of moniliaceae in cherries and sour cherries can be carried out at the latest at the end of flowering. After harvesting, the product can be re-applied as a foliar spray against leaf diseases (blumeriella). When used against moniliaceae, it should be used alternately with a product of a different mode of action. Time of last treatment: when colouring characteristic of the variety has developed or after harvest.
In grapes (wine and table grapes), control of powdery mildew should be carried out during the period of risk of infection. Use at bunch closure is recommended against grey rot. In the first instance, a thorough, abundant, wash-off spray should be applied in the cluster zone. When used against grey moth, it should be combined with a contact agent. Time of last treatment: cluster closure.
In forest nurseries and afforestations, apply in 500-1500 l/ha of water at the onset of the disease.
In grassland, the stand spray should be applied at the time of weed control or at the time of weed emergence - flowering. Time of last treatment: end of flowering
In oilseed rape, foliar and stem diseases should be controlled at the first symptoms. Date of last treatment: flowering
In the case of tomato and egg fruit, protection against powdery mildew and grey mould should be carried out from flowering to fruiting, depending on the risk of infection. When used against grey moth, it should be combined with a contact agent. Time of last treatment: ripening.
In green beans, sclerotinia should be controlled at the first symptoms. Time of last treatment: when 50 % of pods have reached final size.
Culture Dose (l/ha, kg/ha) Water (l/ha) Maximum number of treatments per year Time of treatment (according to phenological status)
autumn and spring cereals (wheat, barley, oats, rye, triticale) leaf and malt diseases 0,6-0,8 250-400 1 end of flowering
apples, pears powdery mildew, scab* 0,8-1,0 600-1200 1 when colouring characteristic of the variety has developed
cherries, sour cherries, plums powdery mildew, monilia, scab
(blumerellosis and stigminia leaf spot) 0,65-1,0 600-1200 1 when varietal colouring has developed or after harvest
grapes (wine, table) powdery mildew, grey mould* 1,2 600-1000 1 bunch closure
forestry, nursery mildew, leaf diseases 0,5-0,6 500-1500 1
oilseed rape phoma, white mold 1,1 250-400 1 beet formation
Tomato, ovaries (sprouted) powdery mildew, grey mould* 1,0 500-1500 1 ripening
green bean sclerotinia rot 0,8 400-600 1 when 50% of pods have reached final size
*applied only in combination with a contact product.
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