LYMPH BORDEAUX MIXTURE GR.200
Composition – Metal copper 20% (by sulfate neutralized with lime) granulated idrodispersibili (WDG).
Features – The preparation of the “home” of the bordeaux mixture is an operation quite laborious: you need to find, in fact, the individual components (copper sulphate and slaked lime), add them in the right ratios and mix thoroughly to break the lumps of lime. In addition, an excess of lime to form a slurry very alkaline, while more persistent, it is less ready in action; otherwise it forms a mush very sour, even more ready in the action, can be fi totossica.
Lymph Bordeaux mixture, while respecting the tradition, is a formulation already neutralized, and then ready to use by simple dispersion in water. Fungicide of contact for preventive action, characterized by a high persistence of action and resistance to erosion, is effective against Downy mildew, apple Scab, peacock Eye, Bubble,
Anthracnose, Alternariosi, Pitting, Rusts, Sooty, Cancers rameali and many other fungal diseases sensitive to copper. It exerts, also, a good bactericidal action in against the major bacterial diseases (e.g. Erwinia Amilovora or fire blight). Granulated idrodispersibili, does not make dust.
Approved crops – Screw, Citrus, Apple, Pear, Quince, Apricot, Almond, Cherry, Peach, Nectarines and percoche peaches, Plums, Strawberry, Olive, Kiwi, interest-Bearing shell and bearing children, Vegetables, Potatoes, flowers and Ornamental Cypress.
Average Dose – 90/100 grams in 10 litres of water.
How to use – Mix the dose in a little water until you get a mush of fl uid, uniformee without lumps. Pour the premix in the amount of water required and shake repeatedly. Sprinkle evenly the vegetation with sprayer, knapsack pump or other suitable sprayer. Apply in advance
with the appearance of favourable conditions for the development of diseases.
Phytotoxicity – Do not treat during the flowering, or in extreme conditions of humidity and temperature. In particular, do not treat the screw when the temperature is lower
to 6-8°C. On the peach, plum, and varieties of pear and apple trees indicated on the label, the product may be fi totossico when it was distributed in full vegetation.
Waiting period – 20 days.