Nordox 75WG 20g
|HUF 1,207 * (nettó: HUF 950)|
Home use: 20 g/10 l water
The preparation is recommended for use as a wash spray in spring and autumn against bacterial and fungal diseases (except powdery mildew) in apple crops. Preventive control of needle blight and scab can be applied 2-3 times from bud break to the end of green bud stage. Treatments should be carried out at intervals of 7 to 10 days and at high spray rates. After waxing of the crop, the product can be re-applied for final spraying, taking into account the copper sensitivity and the risk of scorching.
Dose 1,2-2,6 kg/ha
In nursery stock, seedling and nursery stock nurseries, control of needle dieback should be started before the infestation period. In the knowledge of the infestation situation, spraying should be carried out 2-3 times every 14 days using 300-400 l/ha of spray.
In grapes, control of peronospora should be preventive and based on the forecast. It is recommended to start spraying when the shoots are 20-25 cm old and to repeat the spraying every 7-14 days depending on the development of the infection. For higher infection pressure, a higher dose is recommended. Post-cluster closure treatments also have a positive effect on the effectiveness of grey mould control.
In sugar beet, control of leaf diseases (cerkospora) (except powdery mildew) should be preventive, but should start at the latest at the first symptoms. Spraying should be repeated every 7 to 10 days, depending on the weather and the development of the disease situation.
In potatoes, control should preferably be based on a forecast, preventive approach or at the latest at the time of the first symptoms. Spraying should be repeated every 8 to 12 days, depending on the epidemiological situation and the development of the infestation. In case of a less severe infestation, protect at 12-day intervals, in case of a moderate or more severe risk of infestation, protect at 8-day intervals.
In peaches and apricots, bacterial and fungal branch necrosis, leaf spot, in peaches, Taffrine leaf curl and in apricots, apiognomonal leaf spot can be controlled at a concentration of 0.27-0.3% up to bud break. Thereafter, in order to avoid the risk of scorch due to copper sensitivity, treatment can be carried out with a spray of 0,14-0,17 % up to red bud stage. In the autumn, at the beginning of leaf fall, spraying at higher concentrations is again justified to control bacterial and fungal branch dieback.
In plums, sour cherries and cherries, it is recommended to control leaf blight, monilia and twig cankers up to bud break at a concentration of 0.27-0.30%. Thereafter, the product may be applied at a concentration of 0,14-0,17 % up to white bud stage, depending on the development of the infection.
In nuts (walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, chestnuts), flushing control of bacterial and fungal diseases (except powdery mildew) should be carried out in spring until bud break and in autumn after leaf fall.
In berries, a wash application is recommended at the beginning of the growing season and after harvesting to control cane and leaf diseases.
In vegetables, treatments against bacterial and fungal diseases (except powdery mildew and grey mould) should be started preventively based on a forecast and repeated every 7 to 14 days depending on the development of the infection. In brassica, onions, peas and green beans, proper adherence of the spray should be promoted by the addition of a wetting agent (Microbio).
In ornamentals, control of bacterial and fungal diseases (except powdery mildew) should be started preventively, but at the latest at the onset of symptoms. Spraying should be repeated at intervals of 7 to 14 days depending on the risk of infection. In view of the diversity of ornamental plants and their variability in varieties, a phytotoxicity (foliar, flower scorch) test should be carried out before treatment.
In case of more severe infestation or disease risk, the use of higher doses is justified.
Aerial application: -
an ideal contact partner for all systemic formulations, reduces the risk of resistance developing when using absorbed agents
granules are non-porous
rain resistance, adhesion and adherence unique in its class
due to the high concentration of the active ingredient, it should be used in low doses
ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL DATA:
Occupational health waiting time: 0 days
Food withdrawal period: apple fruit: 10 days; grapes, beetroot, stone fruit, nuts, berries, onions: 21 days, cabbage, celery, spinach, asparagus, chicory: 15 days, potatoes, peppers, tomatoes: 7 days, raspberries, mascarpone, legumes: 5 days
Authorisation No: 12417/2002 FVM, 46807/2004 FVM, 02.5/3435/1/2008. MgSzHK, 04.2/3311-2/2014.
Category of circulation: III.
Shelf life: 3 years in original sealed packaging in a dry, cool place in a proper pesticide store
The information given is for information only, please read the authorisation document and the label before use.
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|Culture:||Bio, Dísznövény, Gyümölcs, Zöldség|
|Növényvédőszer forgalmazási kategória:||III. szabadforgalmú|
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