Price: 3.5 USD
Minimum Order: 10 l.
Full Product Information:Biopesticide to protect fruit cultivars, bulbiferous floral cultures, deciduous and coniferous trees from microbial diseases, to promote growth of aspen and birch microclones. Efficiency of action: Promotes healing canker lesions in apple-trees by 46-52%, inhibits spread of scab on leaves 3-fold, on fruits – 22-fold which ensures output of prime-grade products (83%). Efficiency of Fruitin application to control pathologies of bulbiferous plants constitutes 55-58%, reaches 81-91% against fungal spot pathogens in municipal green plantations and 99.3% against Diplodia infection of conifers. Application guidelines: Antiscab treatment of vegetating plants is performed stanting from hazelnut phase by spraying 5% water suspension of liquid preparation at estimated dose 1-2 l of working solution per each fruit tree. 2-3 treatments should be conducted at fortnight interval throughout fruit growth period. Anticanker treatment is carried out in early spring or late autumn when sap circulation ceases. Stem lesions are cleaned and disinfected with 10% suspension of liquid biopesticide Fruitin by introducing it onto damaged area. After sterilization the cavity is stopped with putty (1:1 clay-dung mixture). Black and brown leaf spot of maple and chestnut is controlled by spraying vegetating plants with 7% working solution of Fruitin at the dose 285 l/ha. Fusarial wilt, Penicillium and gray mould of floral cultures are targeted by alternation of watering and sprinkling procedures with 2% Fruitin solution every 2 weeks. The number of treatments – 4. The required doses are 50 l / 10 m2 for watering, 50 l/125 m2 for sprinkling. Diplodia infection of conifers is suppressed by spraying plantlets in nurseries and forest plantations with 5% Fruitin working solution (estimated expense 445 l/ha). To promote growth and survival rate of aspen and birch microclonal transplants: watering with 2% Fruitin working solution is recommended every 1.5-2 months. The treatment dose for planted into peatsand- perlite substrate – 0.1 l of concentrate/1 000 microclones (5 l of working solution); for seedlings transferred to nursery – 1.8 l of Fruitin (90 l of working solution)/1 000 transplants. Ecological benefits: It does not affect quality of vegetables and alleviates pesticide stress on biocenoses. The product is not phytotoxic and safe for humans, animals, bees and other beneficial insects. Active ingredients: Spores and antimicrobial metabolites of bacteria Bacillus subtilis. Preparative form: Liquid. Principle of action: Is based on antagonistic relations between bacteria Bacillus subtilis and phytopathogenic microorganisms. Terms of storage: Friutin is kept in sealed containers during 3 months at temperatures from +4 to + 15°C in place protected from atmospheric fall-out.
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