Product Certificate and Label Menthiram


Name of Product : MENTHIRAM 80 WP
Active Substance : % 80 Thiram
Formulation Type : Wettable Powder (WP)
Feature : A protective, effective fungicide
Toxicity : Acute in rats orally LD50 : 2600 mg/kg
Environmental Effect : Not toxic to bees
Antidote : There is no specific antidote. Treatment
is administered according to the symptoms.


Spraying device is filled with water in half first half. Required amount of the pesticide is mixed into slurry with a small amount of water in a separate container and added to the tank. Using the mixing apparatus of the device, required amount of water is added to tank. The pesticide should be thoroughly mixed before filled into the spray.


It can be blended with pesticides of Benomyl, Carboxin, Triadimenol compositions. It cannot be mixed with fungicides containing copper. If copper pesticides were applied to the plants, those pesticides that have Thiram as active substance should not be used right after that application. If a copper pesticide was used, it should be waited for 2 weeks.


In Fruit Growing:

Apple/Pear black spot disease: Against this disease, first spraying is performed when flower cells rise, pink rosebud (apple), white rosette (pear) period. The 2nd spraying is performed when % 70-80 of flower petals fall. The 3rd spraying is performed depending on weather conditions with 10 day intervals.

Monilia in Peach/Apricot: The 1st spraying is performed in the beginning of blooming (at % 5-20 flowering), the 2nd spraying is performed at the time of full flowering (%  99-100 flowering).

Pocket Plum disease: The 1st spraying should be performed when buds sprout, the 2nd spraying should be performed when % 80 of flower petals fall.

Peach leaf piercer: The 1st spraying should be performed right after defoliation in the spring, the 2nd spraying is performed before flower buds open in the spring and the 3rd spraying is done when fruits pull away from the case.

For Chickpea: Against anthracnose disease, after soaking chickpea seeds for one hour in water 3-4 hours before planting them, they should be spread on a stand and aired for half an hour and they should mixed with a required amount of pesticide and planted.

For Turning Green: Spraying is started as soon as round and longish brown stains of 2-3 mm diameter are determined on the chickpea leaves and branches in the region and spraying is continued depending on the severity of the disease and meteorological conditions in 7-10 day intervals.

Against domestic rabbit or European rabbit: Parts of sapling and vine stocks from soil level up to 1 meter high are sprayed until they are soaked.

Edible dormouse in hazelnut: Spraying is started as soon as the damage is seen with milk generation period in hazelnuts,


The plant protection product named MENTHIRAM is a fungicide, classified as Group M-3 in terms of its active substance. Repeated application of same group plant protection products that has the same effect mechanism encourages resistance development. For this reason, in order to delay resistance development, do not exceed total suggested number of usage of MENTHIRAM within the same season. In case repetition of the application is needed, make sure you use those plant protection products with different effect mechanism (other than Group M-3).

                                             PLANTS AND DISEASES FOR WHICH IT IS USED
Peach Leaf piercer
(Coryneum beijerinckii)
Monilia (Sclerotinia laxa)
300 gr. / 100 L water 14 days
Apricot Monilia (Sclerotinia laxa) 200 gr. / 100 L water 14 days
Apple Black spot
(Venturia inaequalis)
150gr. / 100 L water 14 days
Pear Black spot
(Venturia pirina)
150gr. / 100 L water 14 days
Plum Pocket Plum
(Taphrina pruni)
300 gr. / 100 L water 14 days
Cherry Monilia
(Sclerotinia laxa)
150 gr. / 100 L water 14 days
Onion Smut ball
(Urocytis cepulae)
5 kg. / 100 kg
sty - seed
Chickpea Anthracnose (Ascochyta rabiei) 300gr. / 100 kg. seed
200 gr. / 100 L water
(spraying for turning green)
14 days
Melon Anthracnose
(Colletotrichum lagenarium)
300 gr. / 100 kg. seed ______
Watermelon Anthracnose
(Colletotrichum lagenarium)
300 gr. / 100 kg. seed ______
Bean Root rot
(Fusarium spp.,Macrophomina
phaseoli.,Rhizoctonia spp.)
300 gr. / 100 L water 14 days
Hazelnut Edible dormouse (Glis glis)
(as repellent)
4 kg. / 100 L water 14 days
Sapling and
vine stock
 European rabbit
(Lepus europaeus)
Domestic rabbit
(Oryctolagus cuniculus)
(as repellent)
150 gr. / 1 L water ______