Mechanism of action
"Hydrochloride propamocarb – inhibits synthesis of phospholipids and fatty acids, which leads to disruption of the formation of cell membranes and inhibition of mycelium growth.
Fenamidone - inhibits mitochondrial respiration (QoI). It inhibits several stages of the life cycle of the pathogen (release of zoospores, mobility of zoospores, direct germination of sporangia and cysts of P. infestans)."
Period of protective effect
7-14 days depending on weather conditions.
|Crop||Germicide consumption rate, l/ha||Harmful object||Way, time, characteristics of germicide use||Safety interval (treatment frecuency)|
|Potato||1,5 - 2||Phytophthora rot and Alternaria blight||Spraying during vegetation period||20 (4)|
|Onion||1,5 - 2||Downy mildew|
|Frame area and open ground tomato||1,75 - 2||Phytophthora rot and Alternaria blight||Spraying during vegetation period. With interval of 7-10 days||20 (4)|
|Frame area and open ground cucumber||1,75 - 2||Downy mildew|
|Melons and gourds||1,75 - 2||Downy mildew|
|Frame area and open ground salad||1,75 - 2||Downy mildew|
|Cabbage||1,75 - 2||Downy mildew||Spraying during vegetation period. With interval of 10-14 days||20 (3)|
|Roses||1,5 - 2||Downy mildew|
|Active substance||Hydrochloride propamocarb 375 g/l and fenamidone 75 g/l|
|Preparative form||Suspension concentrate|
|Crop||Potato, onion, tomato, cucumber, watermelon, melon, salad, cabbage, roses|
|Pack size||5 l|