Currently, cucurbits and vegetables are in a critical period of growth. In low-temperature and high humidity weather, various vegetable diseases are easy to occur, especially powdery mildew on cucurbits and vegetables.
For open-field cucurbits and vegetable bases, it is recommended to clean ditches, remove damaged vegetable remains, and spray protective fungicides with long-lasting effect (such as pyraclostrobin, boscalid etc.) to prevent diseases.
In greenhouses, it is important to keep warm and control moisture, irrigation should be reduced during periods of continuous cold and cloudy weather, and growers should spray plant growth regulators like brassinolide at appropriate time to improve the cold resistance of cucurbits and vegetables.
Kaymery (Pyraclostrobin 13% + Boscalid 25% WG)
1. The optimal combination ratio and it has excellent prevention and control effects on oomycetes diseases, such as downy mildew and blight disease on crops.
2、It has strong permeability and longitudinal conductivity activity, and after application, it can be redistributed on the leaves. It provides longer-lasting and more effective prevention effect, and be an easy and effortless solution.
3、It also effectively promotes crop nitrogen absorption, increases enzyme activity in the plant body, enhances photosynthesis ability, and makes plants robust with thick and green leaves, and improves yield and quality of crops.
Recommended usage and Dosage:
Dilute 1,000-1,500 times for foliar spraying
Target: downy mildew disease
Dosage: 1500 times dilution
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