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Furshet

A product of mineral origin in the form of suspension

The preparation is intended to protect plants from solar radiation in the farming industry

General information

Advantages

• Dissolves UV rays reducing burns in plants;
• Maintains the plant temperature lower than the ambient temperature reflecting IR radiation;
• Enhances the moisture utilization efficiency;
• Helps to increase the harvest quality and to optimize the use of water resources;
• Enhances the vegetative growth and development of plants, the yield and the quality of products.

Hazard class

Hazard class 3, moderate hazard.

Storage conditions

To be stored in consumer packaging in dry, clean and ventilated premises. The temperature interval for storage is from -15°C to + 35°C. Before application, mix the preparation thoroughly.

Shelf life: 2 years
Guaranteed shelf life: 2 years
Package: 10 l

Manufacturer

Schelkovo Agrohim, Russia.

 

 

Usage regulations

Crop

Consumption rate preparation l/ha Consumption rate working solution l/ha
Method, treatment time, and application features 

Grain crops

1-3  200-300 Plant spraying at the booting — flag leave appearance stage. Repeat in 7-10 days if necessary and in dry, hot and sunny weather.
  Leguminous crops  1-3  200-300   Plant spraying at the vegetation stage. The first treatment at the stage of 6-8 leaves. Further treatments with an interval of 7-14 days.
  Sugar beet  2-5  200-300   Plant spraying at the vegetation stage. The first treatment at the stage of 8-10 leaves. Further treatments with an interval of 7-14 days.
  Potato  2-5  200-300   Plant spraying at the vegetation stage. The first treatment at the stage of leave development (until crop closing). Further treatments with an interval of 7-14 days.
  Fruit and nut crops: apple, pear, plum trees, citrus plants, cherry, pomegranate, pistachio, walnut trees, etc.  10-30  800-1000

  Plant spraying at the vegetation stage. The first treatment 3-10 days before hot sunny weather at the early stages of fruit development. Pomaceous crops to be treated before the fruit is 15-20 mm in size. For nut crops treatment at the early stages of nut (fruit) formation. Further treatments with an interval of 7-14 days.

  Vineyards, small fruit  10-30  600-1000  

Spraying sensitive crops at the vegetation stage. Once or twice per season at the beginning of fruit growth and at the beginning of fruit ripening.

Vineyards: The first treatment at fruit size 5-7 mm. The second treatment at the beginning of fruit ripening. The third treatment in 21-28 days, if necessary.

 Vegetable and cucurbitaceous crops, cotton  2-10  200-300  

When planting seedlings.

One treatment before or immediately after the seedlings planting.
  Spraying crops during vegetation. The first treatment during full blossom or a while after full blossom. Further treatments every 14-28 days, if necessary, or after the first harvest.
  Flower and decorative crops, including bushes  5-20  200-300  

When planting seedlings.

One treatment before or immediately after the seedlings planting.
  Spraying plants at the vegetation stage. The first treatment 3-10 days before the beginning of solar stress. Further treatments every 21-28 days or as may be necessary.
  All crops  10-50  200-300

  Soil spraying every 28-42 days. Treatment frequency as may be necessary. To reduce soil temperature or to prevent its overheating.

The treatment frequency depends on weather conditions and is determined after the inspection of fruit, berries and cotton balls, preferably after a heavy rain.

 

Application technology:
Plants are treated by spraying using any serially produced sprayers. Before using the product, mix thoroughly.
The working liquid must be prepared immediately before application. Fill 2/3 of the sprayer with water and while stirring it slowly pour the full preparation dose, add water to reach the design volume, and mix the solution. Perform treatment with a continuously working mixer. Do not switch off the mixer until the sprayer is empty! When using manual and back-pack sprayers not equipped with mixers, regularly shake the sprayer with the working solution to avoid suspension stratification.
Plants may be treated both separately and in tank mixtures with one-component or complex mineral, organic, or organic-mineral fertilizers or pesticides.
Before using the tank mixture, check the physicochemical compatibility of the initial components and phytotoxicity by processing a separate area!
Do not use Furshet in a tank mixture with pesticides, fertilizers or other components not intended for working solutions with high pH > 7 values, including phosphorous fertilizers!
Do not apply the preparation to plants preliminarily treated with pesticides!
Do not perform the treatment in sunny weather!
Do not use acidifiers of working solutions!
After harvesting and before packaging to consume fresh or placing for storage, remove the preparation residues using rinse equipment or manually.

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