LYMPH FUNGICIDE BORDOLESE MUST GR. 500
Composition - 20% metal copper (from neutralized sulphate to lime) in water-dispersible microgranules (WDG).
Characteristics - The “domestic” preparation of Bordeaux mixture is a rather laborious operation: in fact, the individual components (copper sulphate and slaked lime) must be found, combined in the right ratios and mixed thoroughly to break up the lime lumps. Furthermore, an excess of lime forms a very alkaline slurry which, although more persistent, is less ready to act; on the contrary, a very acid mush is formed which, although more ready in action, can be phytotoxic. Linfa Moltiglia Bordolese, while respecting tradition, is an already neutralized formulation and therefore ready to use for simple dispersion in water. Contact fungicide with preventive action, characterized by high persistence of action and resistance to leaching, it is effective against Downy mildew, Punctuation, Peacock's eye, Bubble, Anthracnose, Alternariosis, Pitting, Rust, Smoke, Branch cancers and numerous other fungal diseases sensitive to copper. It also has a good bactericidal action
against the main bacteria (eg Erwinia Amilovora or blight fire). In water dispersible microgranules, it does not make dust.
Authorized crops - Vine, Citrus, Apple, Pear, Quince, Apricot, Almond, Cherry, Peach, Nectarine and Percoche, Plum, Strawberry, Olive, Actinidia, Nuts and minor fruit trees, Vegetables, Potatoes, Floral and Ornamental, Cypress.
Average dose - 90/100 grams in 10 liters of water.
How to use - Dissolve the dose in a little water until obtaining
a fluid mash, uniform and without lumps. Pour the pre-mix in the quantity
of water required and shake repeatedly. Evenly spray the vegetation with a sprayer, backpack pump or other suitable sprayer. Apply in advance of the appearance of favorable conditions for the development of diseases.
Phytotoxicity - Do not treat during flowering, nor in extreme conditions of humidity and temperature. In particular, do not treat the vine when the temperature is below 6-8 ° C. On peach, plum and the pear and apple varieties indicated on the label, the product could be phyto-toxic when distributed in full vegetation.
Waiting period - 20 days.