Mancozeb is a protective fungicide and a low-toxicity pesticide. It has a wide sterilization range, is not susceptible to resistance, and its control effect is better than other similar fungicides.
Its appearance is off-white or earthy yellow powder. However, it is insoluble in water and will decompose when exposed to strong light, hot and humid environments. It is better stored in a cool, dry environment.

Mancozeb can prevent and treat early blight and fungal diseases

Mancozeb can prevent and treat pear scab, citrus scab, canker, apple leaf spot, etc.

Mancozeb to water ratio

The ratio of mancozeb to water is 1:50000. Mancozeb is a protective fungicide mainly used to control fungal diseases of crops. The most valuable thing is that it can improve the disease resistance of plants.

How to use mancozeb

  1. Mancozeb can prevent and control leaf spot, rust, scab, downy mildew and other diseases of fruit trees. Farmers can start spraying 800 times 80% it wettable powder at the early stage of the disease on fruit trees, once every 10-15 days, and spray 2-3 times continuously.
  2. Mancozeb can prevent and control diseases of melons and vegetables, downy mildew and anthracnose. Farmers can use 600-800 times of 80% it wettable powder once every 7-14 days, spraying other pesticides alternately in between.
  3. Mancozeb can prevent and control downy mildew, powdery mildew, leaf spot, root rot and other diseases of field crops. Farmers can use 700-1000 times of 80% it wettable powder in the early stages of the disease, once every 7-14 days.

How to prevent and treat it damage

  1. Choose pesticides produced by regular manufacturers during the sensitive period of crops.
  2. Strictly control the concentration of it. The concentration cannot be adjusted at will.
  3. It is not suitable for high temperature environments. Please avoid spraying during high temperatures at noon.
  4. Mix pesticides scientifically and rationally. When multiple pesticides need to be mixed and used, pesticide varieties need to be selected in a targeted manner to avoid repeated mixing of multiple types of pesticides and pesticides with the same active ingredients.

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