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FUCHSIA, TN

FUCHSIA, TN

FOR
WHEAT
FOR
SUNFLOWERS
FOR
CORN/MAIZE

The local and contact fungicidal sterilizing preparation designed for fighting against a complex of agents causing diseases in wheat, corn/maize and sunflower crop areas.

Active Fraction Content Fludioxonil, 25 g/L

Chemical Group Phenylamides

Preparative Form Flowing Concentrate

WHO Classification III class (Moderate hazard substance).

Advantages of product

The preparation destroys the agents causing fungous diseases both at the plant surface and inside thereof.

High tolerance toward culture – it does not affect germination and the development of crops even when the consumption standards are exceeded.

It does not affect the similarity of the conditioned humidity of seeds for up to 3 years.

Mechanism of Action

The preparation acts as a contact agent locally penetrates the tissue of the seed, and then distributed in the soil around it. The plant begins to sprout, absorbing the root system of the preparation, which subsequently spreads throughout the plant after exposure thereof at the surface. Fludioxonil suppresses the process of glucose synthesis and the growth of mycelium fungi, as well as disturbs the function of cell membranes causing the death of pathogens.

Preparation Properties

The preparation is characterized by a long protective effect. The active substance of the preparation is similar to natural antibiotics.

Consumption Standards & Application Terms

Culture, plant to be treated
Harmful agent
Method and Time of Treatment
Consumption Standards, L/t
Culture, plant to be treated
Wheat
Harmful agent
Sedative diseases, root rot, snow mould
Method and Time of Treatment
Seeds are treated in seeding plants before sowing.
Consumption Standards, L/t
1,5-2,0
Culture, plant to be treated
Corn/Maize
Harmful agent
Red rot and greasy spot (Pythium), fusariosis, mildew seeds
Method and Time of Treatment
Seeds are treated in seeding plants before sowing.
Consumption Standards, L/t
1,0-1,5
Culture, plant to be treated
Sunflower
Harmful agent
Root rots
Method and Time of Treatment
Seeds are treated in seeding plants before sowing.
Consumption Standards, L/t
5,0-6,0

Recommendations for Use

Application Features

It is recommended to sterilize seeds pre-cleaned off dust and debris, which ensures good adhesion of the preparation. The quality of the sterilization should be controlled visually by the intensity of the colouration of the seeds with the colouring agent contained in the preparation. Seeds should be sterilized with the aqueous suspension of the preparation 1 – 30 days prior to their sowing.

Spray Material Consumption Standards

Seeds should be sterilized with an aqueous suspension of the preparation at the rate of 8-10 litres of water per ton of seeds.

Compatibility

The preparation can be used in tank mixes with sterilizing preparations of fungicidal and insecticidal action, however, in such case, it is recommended to test the pesticides for compatibility.