Mechanism of action
"Pyraclostrobin inhibits mitochondrial respiration of pathogenic fungi. The result is a significant reduction of cellular energy (ATP) aimed at maintaining the vital functions of pathogens, leading to their death. Pyraclostrobin is firmly fixed in the cuticle and penetrates into the leaf. Some of the molecules penetrate quickly, the other part is released gradually, providing long term protection.
Pyraclostrobin protects the raw surface of plant tissues through translaminar movement. Pyraclostrobin provides the greatest effectiveness with preventive use. Strongly inhibits the germination, penetration of germ tubes of fungi spores into the tissues of the plants and blocks the growth of mycelium."
Period of protective effect
up to 3 weeks
|Crop||Germicide consumption rate, l/ha||Harmful object||Way, time, characteristics of germicide use||Safety interval (treatment frecuency)|
|Spring and winter wheat, spring barley||0,6||Brown, yellow and stem rust, Septoria disease, Helminthosporium disease, yellow mottling, dark-brown spot, net blotch, powdery mildew, yield increase||Spraying during vegetation period||30 (1)|
|Flax||0,6||Alternaria blight, phomosis, anthracnose, downy mildew||Spraying during vegetation period|
|Sunflower||0,5 - 1,0||Sclerotinia disease (white mold), gray mold, dry rot||Spraying in the phase of 8 leaves, beginning - middle of blossoming|
|Active substance||Pyraclostrobin, 200 g/l|
|Preparative form||Emulsion concentrate|
|Crop||Wheat, barley, flax, sunflower|
|Pack size||10 l|