ALIETTE FUNGICIDE

Bayer

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Product Description

About Product

  • Aliette Fungicide is a systemic fungicide, effective against Oomcytes fungi, including downy mildew diseases of grapes and damping off and Azhukal diseases of cardamom.
  • There are no reports of resistance development in fungi against Aliette.
  • The true systemic action of Aliette makes it the best prophylactic solution for downy mildew control in grape.

Aliette Fungicide Technical Details

  • Technical Content: Fosetyl Al 80 WP (80% w/w)
  • Mode Of Entry: Systemic
  • Mode of Action: A systemic fungicide rapidly absorbs through the plant leaves or roots, with translocation both acropetally and (upward) and basipetally (downward).

Key Features & Benefits

  • As a result of its complex mode of action, there have been no confirmed cases of fungal resistance development to Aliette under practical use conditions, despite the intensive use of this active ingredient since its introduction in 1978.
  • Aliette Fungicide is effective principally against Phycomycetes fungi of the Oomycete family, notably Phytophthora, Pythium, Bremia and Peronospora.
  • Aliette is a true systemic fungicide, which is rapidly absorbed by the plant root or leaves and is translocated in both upward and downward direction, particularly to the growing parts.
  • Rapid absorption ensures the rain fastness.
  • Recommended for use in integrated resistance management.

Aliette Fungicide Usage & Crops

Recommended Crops & Target Disease:

Crop

Target Disease

Grapes

Downy Mildew

Cardamom

Azhukal disease and damping off

Dosage: 2 gm / L of water

Method Of Application: Foliar Spray

  • Grapes: Begin spraying as soon as grape crop reaches 3 to 5 leaf stage after pruning
  • Cardamom: Apply at the incidence of disease

Additional Information

  • Aliette Fungicide is not compatible with copper containing product, Aliette forms an acidic solution in the spray tank. This may cause phytotoxicity, especially when mixed or used soon after application of copper containing compounds.
  • If a buffering agent is used to lower the solution pH, allow released CO2 gas to escape before closing its spray tank (approximately 5 minutes).

Disclaimer: This information is provided for reference purposes only. Always follow to the recommended application guidelines outlined on the product label and accompanying leaflet.

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