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Prevent Sooty Mould in Kiwifruit
Prevent Sooty Mould in Kiwifruit
Trials Reduce Sooty Mould Incidence

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Triple X inhibits Botrytis
Triple X inhibits Botrytis.
Nil withholding period. Spray up to harvest.

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Prevention of storage rots
Reduce Storage Rot
Apply post harvest.

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Directions for use:

CropTimingApplication rate
Grapes BotrytisFlowering 5% and 80% capfallSpray the bunch line at a dilution rate of 1:200 (500 mL/100 L). Minimum 1.5 L/ha water rate i.e. apply 1.5 L/ha in 300 L of water.
Pre bunch closureSpray the bunch line at a dilution rate of 1:200 (500 mL/100 L). Minimum 1.5 L/ha water rate i.e. apply 1.5 L/ha in 300 L of water.
Late seasonSpray the bunch line fortnightly at a dilution rate of 1:200 (500 mL/100 L), Minimum 1.5 L/ha water rate i.e. apply 1.5 L/ha in 300 L of water.
Vegetables, Stone Fruit, Citrus, Avocado and Persimmons BotrytisPrior to periods of disease pressureSpray fortnightly on to vegetables/fruit and foliage at a dilution rate of 1:200(500 mL/100 L). Minimum 1.5 L/ha water rate i.e. apply 1.5 L/ha in 300 L of water.
Kiwifruit sooty mould preventionEarly January to late March when passionvine hoppers and cicadas are activeSpray 2-3 weekly intervals on to fruit and foliage. Apply a minimum of 3 L/ha diluted in 1,000 L water. Add an approved super wetter at the recommended label rate (Call 0800 116 229 if uncertain of compatibility) to ensure good fruit coverage including the stem where most sooty mould infections are located.

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