It is a Bio-Fungicide an effective alternative to synthetic fungicides.
|APPLICATION||:||effective alternative to synthetic fungicides.|
|BIO-EFECACY||:||University of Agricultural Sciences at Bangalore has Successfully evaluated the bio-efficacy of this formal. (Report will be made available on demand.)|
Alkaloids are synthesized by certain plants, which are ‘potential natural Fungicides. This formulation contains a complex of alkaloids isolated from adhatoda vasica and lantana camara employing indigenously developed extraction method. Surface-active agents and functional filter carbonates help the formulation enhance its efficacy when applied.
|Description||:||Grey/off-white powder/ clear liquid|
Minimum 24 months.
|Complex of alkaloids (Min.)||:||01.00% (approx)|
|Surface active agents & Carbonates (Max.)||:||99.00% (approx..)|
MODE OF ACTION
The formulation disperses, spreads and activates. Alkaloids are physiologically active. It blocks the metabolic of pathogens, thereby rendering them lifeless. The surface-active agents help the spray spread evenly and activate the functions of alkaloids. It also helps the spray remain active for longer time. Apart from the above, the unclaimed growth promoting substances derived from botanical sources work as tonic rejuvenating the affected plants instantly to a healthy and productive state.
It acts as protective as well as curative. Applications should be repeated regularly to replace the formulation that has been washed or braided away and to protect foliage produced since last application.
DILUTION : 2/3 gms/ ml per liter of water depending on the infestation rate.
|Paddy||2-3 application 25-30 days after transplanting Repeat after one month..||Leaf spot, blast, bacterial leaf blight.|
|Chilies||3-4 application 30 days after transplanting; Repeat after 30 days.||Leaf spot, leaf curling, powdery mildew.|
|Tomato||3-4 applications.||Leaf spot, damping off.|
|Potato||2-3 applications.||Late blight.|
|Grapes||3-4 applications||Powdery mildew.|
|Mango||2 applications||Powdery mildew.|
|Pomegranate||3-4 applications||Leaf spot, fruit rot, bacterial wilt.|
|Vegetables||3-4 applications||Leaf spot, fruit rot powdery mildew.|
|Spices||2-3 applications||Capsule rot, root rot, and wilt.|
|Floriculture||2-3 applications||Powdery mildew.|
|DISEASE||:||Rice Brown spot|
|Causative Agent||:||Cochliobolus miyabeanus|
|Description of the agent||:||C. miyabeanus is an ascomycete, a member of the sac fungi.|
It is a member of a group of pathogens that attack members of the grass family.
One of the features of these fungi is that they generate spores, called conidia that can be easily dispersed by the wind and do not need insects or other animals to spread them. These spores are asexual, they do not arise from sexual crosses, but rather act as a method of dispersing the organisms as an infected plant is drained of its value to the fungus. A consequence of this that the pathogen can spread rapidly in devastating epidemics.
The disease is first seen as brownish spots on the leaves and glumes of the plant. The spot enlarge and becomes grey at the centre and brown at the edge. The affected tissues take on a velvety feel as the fungus begins to develop aerial structures that produce the spores by which it spreads.
|DISEASE||:||Bacterial Leaf Blight|
|Causative Agent||:||Xanthomonas campestris pv oryzae|
|Description of the agent||:||High rainfalls with strong winds provide conditions for the bacteria to multiply and enter the leaves through injured tissues.|
|Symptoms||:||The first symptom of the disease is a water soaked lesion on the edges of the leaf blades bear leaf tip. The lesion expands and turn yellowish and eventually grayish-white.|
|Causative Agent||:||Rice Blast|
|Crops affected||:||Pyricularia oryzae|
|Crops affected||:||Paddy and other grasses.|