|Name of the Product||:||NEVEGO|
|Active Substance||:||500 g / L Chlorothalonil|
|Formulation Form||:||Suspension Concentrate (SC)|
|Specification||:||NEVEGO is a fungicide having a large influence area in the
formulation of suspension concentrate (SC). It is very adhesive to plant’s surface, it covers the plant very well and it does not disappear by rain water and irrigation water; therefore its effect remains for a sufficient time.
|Environmental Impact||:||Do not let people or animals enter into the disinfected area for 1 day follow the instructions in order to avoid the risks on human and environmental health.|
|Antidote||:||There is no special antidote. It is recommended to use antihistaminic or steroid pomade or systemic steroids for the treatment of irrigations.|
|Form Of Market Presentation||:||1 L|
PREPARATION OF THE PRODUCT FOR APPLICATION:
efore application, shake the package of fungicide upside-down a few times in order to get a good mixture. Then, fill the tank of spraying device with clean water up to the half and add required amount of NEVEGO into the tank and mix it. Pre-mixture must be made in a different pot.
y making a tank mixture, NEVEGO can be used together with various insecticide and fungicide formulated as WP. However, recommendations and doses on the effects of plant protection products must be taken into account. It should not be mixed with strong alkalis like maroon slurry. It is recommended that trial must be performed when it is mixed with other products such as EC with different formulations, and then application must be carried out according to the results of trial. It is not recommended to apply this fungicide together with surfactants or foliar fertilizers.
Venturia inaequalis: 1st disinfection must be applied when flower eyes swell, 2nd disinfection must be applied at the period of pink rosette (when the flowers are seen separately), 3rd disinfection must be applied when % 70-80 of flower petals fall, 4th and other disinfections must be applied at the interval of 10-14 days when ecological conditions are appropriate for treatment.
Pseudopeonospora cubensis (Cucumber): Disinfection application begins when the plants are divaricated or when the first mildew sign is seen, and continues at intervals of 8-10 days.
Phytophthora infestans: Disinfection applications begin when the first disease symptoms are seen and continues at the interval of 10-12 days.
Cercospora beticola: Disinfection applications begin when at least 10 spots are seen on the leaves of % 5 of sugar beets in the close farms.
Coryneum beijerinckii: 1st disinfection must be applied just after defoliation in the autumn, 2nd disinfection must be applied at the period of pink flower bud before proliferation in the spring, and 3rd disinfection must be applied while sepal and case are stripped to fruit’ end.
The plant protection product called NEVEGO is a fungicide classified as Group M5 according to action of mechanism. Recurring applications of the plant protection products with the same action of mechanism promote multidrug resistance. Therefore, please do not exceed the recommended number of application for NEVEGO in a season to retard multidrug resistance. In case it is necessary to repeat the application, on the other hand, take care to use one of the plant protection products with a different action of mechanism (different from Group M5).
|PLANTS AND PESTS THAT PRODUCT IS USED FOR|
|NAME OF PLANT||NAME OF DISEASE||USAGE DOSE||PERIOD BETWEEN THE LAST DISINFECTION AND HARVEST|
|Apple||Venturia inaequalis||200 ml / 100 L. of water||3 days|
|Gourd Family||Pseudopeonospora cubensis||250 ml/100 L of water||3 days|
|Tomato||Phytophthora infestans||175 ml / 100 L of water||3 days|
|Sugar Beet||Cercospora beticola||300 ml / decare||3 days|
|Apricot||Coryneum beijerinckii||200 ml / 100 L of water||56 days|