Since 1991


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Muratpaşa / ANTALYA

KOCIDE® 2000



Copper hydroxide is a fungicide with effective substance.

Vineyard: In the fight against downy mildew (Plasmopara viticola) disease, spraying should be started when the shoots are 25-30 cm, and should be continued at intervals of 7-10 days depending on the weather conditions and the development of the disease. When the suitable conditions for the infection of the disease disappear, the spraying should be stopped. In spraying, care should be taken to spray the leaves and clusters on the inner side of the vine. It should be ensured that the lower surfaces of the leaves are coated with pesticides. Spraying should be done early in the morning when the weather is not too hot.

Olive: In the fight against ring spot disease (Spiloceae oleagina), the first spraying should be done in the first half of October and the second in the first half of April in the Marmara Region. In the Aegean Region, the first spraying is done in February before the olives sprout, and the second spraying is done in April before the olives bloom.

Tomato: In the fight against early leaf blight (Alternaria solani), spraying should be started when the first signs of disease are seen in the environment and spraying should be repeated at 10-day intervals depending on the course of the disease.

Apricot: Spraying should be done three times in the following periods in the control of Leaf Delen (Freckle) (Coryneum beijerinckii).

1. Spraying: In autumn, immediately after leaf fall,
2. Spraying: Before the flower buds open in the spring (during the pink flower bud period)
3. Spraying: While sepal and stamen plate are peeled to the tip of the fruit,
should be done.

Potatoes: In places where potato downy mildew (Phytophthora infestans) is seen every year, spraying is started when the average daily temperature reaches 16o C or the lowest temperature reaches 10oC, without any signs of disease. In areas where the disease is not seen from year to year, it is expected that the first signs of disease will be seen in the environment or in the field to start spraying. In environments where the weather is hot and dry, spraying is continued at 15-day intervals, and in cool and rainy regions, at 7-day intervals.

Peach: Spraying for the control of peach leafroll (Taphrina deformans)
It should be done when the buds start to swell.

Citrus : To be in October, December and March in the fight against licorice (Phoma tracheiphilla)
Spraying should be done 3 times.