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Titul 390, CSC

Titul 390, CSC

Propiconazole 390 g/l

High yield formula!

Systemic fungicide against a wide range of diseases on plantings of cereal crops, sugar beet, rape, common ryegrass, awnless brome, meadow fescue (seed plants), black currant (nursery gardens, mother plantations), grapes and meadow clover in the 2nd year of vegetation.

General information

Advantages

  • highly effective at reduced concentration of the active ingredient (20% down) due to innovative preparative form CSC;
  • elevated bio-activity of the preparation against a complex of diseases due to unique preparative form;
  • efficient protection against Fusarium blight of the head as opposed to other propiconazole preparations;
  • fast penetration into the plant and prolonged preparation activity;
  • mix stability;
  • no organic solvents in the preparation;
  • cost effectiveness of treatment per 1 ha;
  • protective period up to 40 days;
  • Titul 390, CSC – fungicide of preventive and curative action;
  • increases yield and improves grain quality;
  • aerial treatment allowed.

Preparative form
Colloid concentrate solution containing propiconazole 390 g/l.
Transport and storage conditions
Comply with all conventional rules of toxic substance transport. Keep the preparation in a room dedicated for pesticide storage. Storage temperature range – minus 10⁰C to plus 35⁰C. Stir before use.
Shelf life
3 years.
Hazard class
Hazard class 3, moderate hazard.
Packing
5, 10 liter PE container
Registrant
Schyolkovo Agrokhim JSC, Russia.
Manufacturer
Schyolkovo Agrokhim JSC, Russia.

Action

Mechanism of action

The preparation penetrates plants through leaves and stalks and moves in an acropetal way. It produces a fungicidal effect of vegetative organs of fungi and inhibits sporogenesis. It inhibits synthesis of ergosterol regulating permeability of the cell membrane.

Protective period

Minimum 3 or 4 weeks.

Speed of action

Visible signs appear in 3 to 7 days.

Spectrum of action

Alternaria blight, American oidium, anthracnose, Ascochyta blight, brown spot, Helminthosporium blight, Helminthosporium spot, oidium, olive mold, spotting, brown rust, yellow rust, stem rust, crown rust, Rhynchosporia blight, Septoria blight, gray rot, Phoma rot, Fusarium blight of the head, Cercosporella spot, Cercospora blight, etc.

Compatibility

Compatible with most fungicides. Check for compatibility before use in mixes with other plant protective chemicals.

Potential for resistance

None.

Usage regulations

Crop / object of treatment

Harmful object

Preparation consumption rate, l/ha

Mix consumption rate, l/ha

Method, time and conditions of application. Application time for manual (machinery assisted) operations

Wait time (application frequency)

Spring and winter wheat

Oidium, brown rust, stem rust, yellow rust, Helminthosporium disease, Septoria blight, Fusarium blight of the head

0.26

0.26(А)

200-400 – for ground application 
50 – for aerial application

Treatment during vegetation (except Fusarium blight of the head) at ‘flag – start of ear formation’ stages, against Fusarium blight of the head – end of ear formation to start of blossoming -(3)

30(1-2)

Spring and winter barley

Helminthosporium disease, oidium, rust

0.26

0.26(A)

200-400 – for ground application 
50 – for aerial application

Treatment during vegetation period -(3)

30(1-2)

Winter rye

Brown rust, stem rust, Septoria blight, Rhynchosporia blight, Cercosporella spot, oidium, olive mold

0.26

0.26(A)

200-400 – for ground application 
50 – for aerial application

Treatment during vegetation period -(3)

30(1-2)

Oats

Crown rust, spotting

0.26

0.26(A)

200-400 – for ground application 
50 – for aerial application

Treatment during vegetation period -(3)

30(1-2)

Sugar beet

Cercospora blight, oidium, Phoma rot

0.26

0.26(A)

200-400 – for ground application 
50 – for aerial application

Treatment during vegetation as first signs of disease appear, then, when necessary, every 10-14 days -(3)

40(1-2)

Winter rape

Alternaria blight, Phoma rot

0.26-0.32

0.26-0.32 (А) 

200-400 – for ground application 
50 – for aerial application

Treatment during vegetation: 1st – in autumn at rosette stage after 6-8 leaves, 2nd – first signs of disease at stage of stem elongation – start of seedpod formation at lower tiers of plants -(3)

60(2)

Spring rape

Alternaria blight, Phoma rot

0.26-0.32

0.26-0.32 (А) 

200-400 – for ground application 
50 – for aerial application

 Treatment during vegetation at first signs of disease at stage of stem elongation – start of seedpod formation at lower tiers of plants. -(3)

60(1)

Common ryegrass, awnless brome, meadow fescue (seed plants)

Helminthosporium blight

0.26

200-400 

Treatment of seed plantings during vegetation period -(3)

-(4)

Black currant (nursery garden, mother plantations)

American oidium, anthracnose, Septoria blight

0.78

500-520 

Treatment during vegetation with 0.15% solution -(3)

-(1)

American oidium

0.26

500-520 

Treatment during vegetation with 0.05% solution -(3)

-(1)

Meadow clover in the 2nd year of vegetation

Anthracnose, Ascochyta blight, brown spot

0.52

250-260 

Treatment at shooting stage with 0.2% solution -(3)

-(1)

Grapes

Oidium, gray mold

0.15-0.25

600-1200

Treatment during vegetation: 1st – preventive at visible inflorescence formation stage, then every 10-14 days -(3)

30(4-6)

Application technique. Mix preparation method
Prepare the mix immediately before use.
Fill 10-20 l of water into an auxiliary vessel (bucket, tank), add the required preparation dose to achieve auxiliary solution concentration of about 10%, and stir manually for 0.5-1 min. Pour the resulting mix into the sprayer tank (or refilling unit) filled with water to 1/2. Rinse the empty vessel three times with water and pour it into the sprayer (or refilling unit) as well. Add the required amount of water. Stir the mix thoroughly.
Prepare the mix and fill the sprayer on dedicated sites, fill the refilling unit on fixed refilling stations (SEZ-10) that all are disinfected afterwards.
For ground treatment, use ground-based boom sprayers OP-2000-2-01, or any other spraying equipment.
For aerial treatment – An-2 plane or Mi-2 helicopter.
Sprayers shall be setup, adjusted and spray nozzles installed in accordance with the Operation Manual for aircraft based spraying equipment.
Perform treatment in a zero wind weather in the morning or evening where there are no rising gusts, and temperature and humidity are close to optimal values.
Phytotoxicity
Do not use the preparation when the crop is under stress due to pest attack, frost, or heavy rains.
Recommendations on protection of valuable flora and fauna objects
The preparation is of low hazard to bees, fish, and cattle – Hazard Class 3.
Basic provisions of the ‘Guidelines for preventing bee poisoning with pesticides’ and following environmental regulations:
For ground and aerial treatment:
treat plants in morning and evening;
treat plants at wind speed up to 4 or 5 m/sec;
protection boundary zone for bees – min. 2-3 km;
bee’s flight time limitation – 48 hours.
Warn apiary owners 4 or 5 days before treatment.
The preparation may be applied by the aerial method within the sanitary zone of fishery water bodies.

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