|Name Of The Product||:||CURZANTON|
|Active Substance||:||% 50 Cymoxanil|
|Formulation Form||:||Wettable powder (WP)|
|Specification||:||A systemic fungicide|
|Toxicity||:||ACUTE MOUTH DOSE FOR RATS:
LD50 : 1196mg/kg
|Environmental Impact||:||Not toxic for bees. Toxic for fish.|
|Antidote||:||No special antidote. Treatment
according to the symptoms.
Form Of Market Presentation: 0,1 kg – 0,2 kg
MODE OF PREPARATION FOR DRUG APPLICATION
Put the product recommended in a separate bowl and mix to obtain a paste. Fill half of the tank of the equipment with water and put mixture obtained in the tank. Make the mixer work while pouring water till the tank is full. Enough water should be used to cover satisfactorily the green sprouts, however application must be done so that not to flow away along the leaves.
Apart from alkaline featured products, like high acid content, lime and claret watery paste, this product can be used by mixing it up with a lot of pest control drugs. However, you should first try it in small scale to control the physical miscibility of the preparation before applying it at big scale.
MODE OF USE AND TIMING
-Mildew in cucumbers: Treatment must be made when plants begin to have sprouts or when the first symptoms of mildew are noticed around. According to the disease intensity and weather conditions, the application can be repeated at an interval of 10 days.
PESTICIDE RESISTANCE MANAGEMENT:
CURZANTON Crop Protection Plant is fungicide classed Group 6/ A according to its mechanism of action. Repeated applications of the same group of crop protection products lead to resistance development. For this reason, do not exceed the number of recommended applications of CURZANTON during the same season in order to avoid resistance development. In case applications need to be repeated, pay attention to use crop protection products with a different mechanism of action (apart from those of Group 6/ A).
|PLANTS AND PEST WHERE CURZANTON IS USED|
|PLANT NAME||PEST NAME||USED DOSAGE AND
|PERIOD OF TIME
AND THE HARVEST
|50 g/100 L water||2 days|