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The effectiveness of agrochemicals is due to the presence of certain chemicals in their composition. These components are called active, the type of exposure depends on them. For example, pesticides are used to control weeds, prevent seeds from spoiling, and protect plants from disease. A detailed story about the properties of difenocanozol will acquaint summer residents with the capabilities of this substance.
The substance belongs to the chemical class of triazoles, it is a fungicide. These are white crystals that can dissolve in most organic solvents (alcohols, ethers), dissolve in water in a ratio of 5 grams per liter. Diphenocanozol - [cis trans-3 chloro 4 [4methyl-2- (1H-1,2,4 triazol-1-yl-methyl) -1,3 dixolan-2-yl] phenyl-4-chlorophenylether] is a mixture of isomers from the chemical group of conazoles and triazoles.
It is a pesticide, used for dressing seeds, it is able to rid the sprouts of infections. It is used for processing vegetables, fruit trees, various types of cereals. Supplied to the market as an emulsion concentrate.
Mechanism of action
Preparations containing difenocanozol have a systemic effect and are used for prophylactic and therapeutic purposes against fungal infections (powdery mildew, scab). Protect plants from root rot, smut rot, protect seed material from mold.
When spraying, the substance easily penetrates into the leaf plate, has a mild effect, and has the ability to improve the growth and development of plants. Affects a large number of phytopathogens. Slows down the growth and development of mycelium in infected plantings, providing a therapeutic effect, relieving the treated plant from fungal infection.
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Parts of the plant are absorbed gradually, this is due to a long period of crop protection. The treated seeds, while sprouting, retain their protection, the substance spreads through parts of the sprout, preventing the development of diseases. It can be used for therapeutic purposes at the initial stages of the spread of infection.
Difenocanosol-based preparations are used for spraying:
- cabbage, carrots, asparagus, potatoes and other types of vegetables;
- wheat, rye, oats, corn, rapeseed, various grains;
- forage grasses;
- fruit trees (apple, pear), including stone fruit.
Presowing seed treatment protects them from mold, and the emerging sprouts - from scab, spotting, rot, Alternaria, powdery mildew.
Products containing difenocanosol
The substance is included in the composition of one-component and multicomponent pesticides of systemic action. It contains fungicides: "Skor" KE, "Raek" KE, "Dinali" DK.
Seed dressers with difenocanosol: "Oplot" VSK, "Maxim Plus" KS, "Divident Extreme" KS. This is not a complete list of agrochemical preparations; they are all popular due to their high efficiency and a wide range of applications.
Instructions for use
Seeds are treated with a seed dressing agent in special machines before storage or immediately before sowing. The seed must be completely covered with pesticide. Seed protection is maintained throughout the year.
When using difenocanosol-based fungicides, the treatment is carried out with a freshly prepared working solution of the preparations.
Important: application at temperatures below +12 ° C reduces the effectiveness of pesticides. Plants are sprayed in dry weather, in the absence of wind. The calculation of the consumption depends on the selected drug and is regulated by the manufacturer's instructions.
Seed treatment and preparation of a solution for treating plants are carried out on specially equipped sites. They are located away from residential buildings and premises for farm animals.
All work with pesticides is carried out in a special. suits, employees are provided with respirators and protective gloves. Do not smoke or eat while working with pesticides. At the end of the work, you should change clothes and take a shower. Pesticides are not used near bodies of water. When processing, the degree of toxicity of the drug is taken into account (the hazard class for humans and bees specified by the manufacturer), the 2nd class of the drug obliges to notify beekeepers about the upcoming treatment and to correct the flight of insects.
If the pesticide is accidentally swallowed, go to a hospital immediately.
Substances are stored in a warehouse to contain agrochemicals. They must be labeled with the name and purpose of the pesticide. They are kept in their original, tightly closed packaging. Do not use after the expiration date.