MIEDZIAN® 50 WP for none-professional use

Fungicide in the form of a powder for preparing a water suspension with surface action, for preventive use in protecting fruit and vegetable plants from diseases. The product is intended for use with self-propelled or tractor-mounted field and orchard sprayers as well as manual sprayers.

Active substance content:

copper oxychloride - 500 g/kg

Application of the product:

apple tree, pear tree, cherry, cherry, peach, cucumber (grown in the ground), tomato (grown in the ground and under cover), green beans, grapevine, black currant, hazelnut, walnut, tartar

shelf-life:

3 years

available packaging:

250 g, 500 g

CERTIFIED IN ORGANIC CULTIVATION

Crop

Disease

Recommended dose/ha

Application date

Apple

apple scab

fire blight

1,5 g/ 10 m2

1,5 g/ 10 m2

Use in the green bud phase. Due to the possibility of causing burns, use the agent only for the first treatments. Perform 1–2 treatments per season.

During the flowering period. During the period of fruit growth. Maximum 4 treatments per season.

Pear tree

pear scab

fire blight

1,5 g/ 10 m2

1,5 g/ 10 m2

Use in the green bud phase. Due to the possibility of causing burns, use the agent only for the first treatments. Perform 1–2 treatments per season.

Use a higher dose during the flowering period, and a lower dose during the fruit growth period. Maximum 4 treatments per season.

Cherry,

Sweet cherry

bacterial cancer of stone trees

3,0 g/10 m2

The higher dose should be used in the period of the swelling of flower buds, and the lower dose in the period of flowering and fruit growth. Use up to 3 times a season, every 7-10 days.

Peach

peach leaf curl

1% (10 g of product in 1 l of water)

Use during the leafless period, during the swelling of buds or in the fall. Use once a season.

Tomato (field grown)

bacterial mottling, potato blight

3,0 g/10 m2

Use as a preventive measure or in accordance with the signaling in the periods of expected risk of potato blight or bacterial mottling. Use the agent 2-3 times a season, every 7-10 days, from the beginning of inflorescence development to the stage when 50% of the fruit obtains its typical color (BBCH 51-85 phases). Use alternately with fungicides from other chemical groups with a different mechanism of action.

Tomato (under the covers)

bacterial mottling, potato blight

0,3% (3 g of product in 1 l of water)

Use as a preventive measure or in accordance with the signaling in the periods of the expected risk of potato blight or bacterial mottling, 2-3 times during the growing season, every 7-10 days, from the visible inflorescence phase to the phase in which 80% of the fruit obtains its typical color (BBCH 56 phases) -88). Use alternately with fungicides from other chemical groups with a different mechanism of action.

Cucumber (in field cultivation)

angular bacterial blotch, downy mildew of cucurbits

3,0 g/10 m2

Use prophylactically or as indicated in periods of expected risk of downy mildew or bacterial angular cucumber spot. Perform the treatments from the phase when the second flower is open on the main stem, to the phase when the 8th fruit on the main stem reaches its typical shape and size (BBCH 62–78 phases). Perform 2-3 treatments at intervals of 7 days, alternating with fungicides belonging to other chemical groups with a different mechanism of action.

Beans

ring bacteriosis, anthracnose, gray mold

3,0 g/10 m2

Use preventively, from the full flowering phase (50% of open flowers) to the end of the flowering phase (90% of flowers have faded: visible first pods – in the BBCH 65-69 phase, making 2 treatments at intervals of 7 days, especially in case of risk of bacterial diseases.

Information

  • apples – 7 days, pears – 7 days, cherries – 7 days, cherries – 7 days, peaches – not applicable, tomato – 7 days, cucumber – 7 days, beans – 7 days.

  • H302 – Harmful if swallowed. H318 – Causes serious eye damage. H410 – Very toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects. EUH401 – To avoid risks to human health and the environment, follow the instructions for use. P264 – Wash skin and eyes thoroughly after handling. P280 – Wear protective gloves / protective clothing / eye protection / face protection. P301 + P312 – IF SWALLOWED: Call a POISON CENTER or doctor / physician if you feel unwell. P305 + P351 + P338 – IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing. Collect the spilled product.

    Plant protection products should be used safely. Before each use, read the information on the label and product information. Pay attention to the appropriate phrases and warning symbols placed on product labels.