To preserve the volume and quality of the resulting crop, fungicides and pesticides are often used - drugs that protect plants from diseases and pests. One of the newest, modern means designed to combat many diseases is Horus, a product of the famous Swiss company Syngenta.
- Spectrum of action and dosage of Horus
- Benefits of a fungicide
- Instructions for using the drug Horus
- Applying Horus to Grapes When Spraying
- Horus analogues and their effectiveness
- Reviews of the drug
Spectrum of action and dosage of Horus
Horus is a systemic protective agent for the treatment of horticultural crops, in particular fruit trees and berry bushes. The action is due to the composition: the main active ingredient is an organic compound cyprodinil of the aminopyrimidine class.
1 kg of antifungal drug contains 750 gr. active substance, which, when it enters the fungal cell, disrupts and slows down its activity, prevents the rapid growth of the mycelium.
Most effective when spraying young, recently infested plants. It is not always possible to save old, heavily affected parts of trees.
The uniqueness lies in the suppression of life processes in fungi of the class of Deuteromycetes and Ascomycetes during the wintering period of the plant. The substance has both protective and medicinal properties. It is of low toxicity to humans, animals and plants, and is moderately toxic to fish.
Benefits of a fungicide
The positive aspects include the following characteristics:
- safety for humans, animals, other plants
- effective application even at low temperatures (from +3 degrees) and in damp weather
- absorption of the substance by the inner tissues of the foliage in 3 hours
- economical use
- compatibility with most other chemicals
- not washed off by rains
- consumption rate in comparison with other analogs is ten times lower
- convenient form of release and packaging
- there is no addiction in pathogens and pathogenic microorganisms if the recommendations for use are followed
- complex plant protection
Chorus is effective against:
- with powdery mildew
- many types of rot
- various spotting
Instructions for using the drug Horus
When preparing the working solution, individual safety precautions should be observed:
- mix the product with water, spray trees only in protective clothing and gloves
- do not use food utensils
- keep children and animals away from the processing and concentrate preparation area
- do not throw the packaging or the preparation itself into water bodies or other places not intended for waste
The solution is prepared in accordance with the instructions and the application schedule, used only on the same day.
For cherries, plums, peach trees, apricots, sweet cherries, cherries from fruit rot, coccomycosis 2 gr. the substances are mixed with 5-6 liters of pure water and treated at the first signs of the disease. Re-treatment is required in 10-14 days and then until complete recovery.
For the same cultures from monilial burn 2 gr. Horus is mixed with 5-10 liters of water.
With curly foliage on peach trees, 8-10 liters of water are used for a solution, and treated every 14 days until complete recovery.
For fruit crops such as quince, apple, pear from fruit rot, scab and Alternaria, a working solution consisting of 2 grams is used. active ingredient and 10 liters of liquid. The first treatment is carried out in the "green cone" phase, and the next one a week later.
It must be remembered that the final spraying before harvesting should be done 30 days before for pome crops and 15 days for stone fruits.
The consumption rate of the ready-made solution is calculated in liters per 100 square meters of area for the treatment of herbaceous plants and in liters for spraying trees.
At the same time, each crop has its own application rate and for mixing the concentrate, its own amount of the prepackaged preparation is used. At the same time, at different stages and phases of development, the consumption rate also changes.
Horus applications for grapes when to spray
According to the instructions, for the treatment of 1 hectare of grapevine, 0.7 kg of the product or 2 liters of working solution per 1 hundred square meters is needed.
The first treatment is carried out at the stage of 5 leaf formation on a young plant, after removing unnecessary rudiments on the vine.
Repeated spraying will be required at least 2, with a break of 1 week. Such a scheme for using Horus for grapes is an excellent prevention against the occurrence of mildew, numerous types of rot and oidium.
After spraying, the agent does not spread with juice throughout the plant, like many analogues, but acts directly at the place of application and where it is needed: in foliage, berries and stems.
The introduction of the tool takes place in a very short period of time - no more than 2 hours, if during this time there was no precipitation, they will no longer interfere with the action of the tool.
An approximate plan for the preparation of a solution for spraying grapes and direct spraying consists of several stages:
- chorus granules are added to the water in a container and thoroughly mixed
- the best time for spraying is considered an early windless morning, as long as there is no bright scorching sun or precipitation
- spraying is carried out carefully, slowly, ensuring that the product enters the entire area of the plant
In good weather, preventive protection lasts from 7 to 10 days
Analogs and their effectiveness
The Horus preparation also has a number of analogues for protecting the harvest of fruit trees and berry bushes, the most popular among them:
Systemic fungicide based on cyprodinil, used for the treatment of apple, grape and peach trees. Resistant to washing off by sediments, effective against various fungal diseases.
Benomyl based drug. It has not only therapeutic, but also prophylactic effect for treatments against a wide range of infectious diseases. Used for spraying seeds before sowing, as well as shoots during the active growing season.
The active ingredient of the fungicide is difenoconazole. It penetrates into the culture and acts even on those parts where the agent did not get outside. Prevents the development of mold, fungal diseases, powdery mildew, escorts and some others.
It contains a copper-based substance. The main purpose of application is the prevention and control of fungal diseases, suitable for nightshade, fruit and berry crops, grapes.
Two-component fungicide aimed at preventing and treating crops against fungal, viral and bacterial diseases. Sometimes it is used to kill agricultural insect pests.
Reviews of the drug
On numerous sites - reviews on the Internet, reviews of this fungicide are almost unambiguous. All summer residents, gardeners and plant breeders recommend the drug for use based on their experience, noting a number of positive aspects.
For example, a summer resident from Rostov-on-Don writes that he has been using Horus for a couple of years on his site, most often in the spring on a green cone. Effectiveness is visible to the naked eye, low toxicity and convenient, inexpensive packaging. Therefore, the tool recommends and will recommend to your friends, neighbors and relatives. Great thing!
The owner of the garden from the town of Shakhty is also delighted with this product, thanks to which it was possible to save cherries and cherries from rot. She shared her opinion, pointed out the features of using the product: after reading the instructions, she diluted the granules in water (you need to mix well, since they do not dissolve immediately. It is easy to use, and most importantly, you can also at low temperatures: from 3 to 4 degrees. got good, thanks to Horus, I advise you to use, definitely.
Residents of cooler climates are also delighted with the results. We used the drug from different manufacturers and different packaging, the result is always positive.
The only drawback is the inability to use a diluted product after a few days or weeks; plant processing must be carried out on the day of preparation of the solution.
Horus general action fungicide has proven itself in the market.
This inexpensive, effective formulation is gaining popularity among plant lovers and farmers.
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