Tricyclazole is a special fungicide for controlling rice blast, belonging to thiazoles.
The mechanism of bactericidal action is mainly to inhibit the formation of appressin melanin, thereby inhibiting spore germination and appressorial formation, preventing the invasion of pathogens and reducing the production of spores of rice blast fungus.
1. Efficient, systemic azole fungicide. There are special effects on the control of rice blast.
It can inhibit the germination of the spores and prevent the rice blast cycle by inhibiting the infection of plant surface and the formation of infection sites in the plants.
The rice blast fungus that is resistant to other fungicides is also effective. Since the drug also has a protective bactericide effect, it should be used before the disease occurs.
The dosage is 75% wettable powder 3g/100m2. In severe cases, it is sprayed again 18 to 24 days after the first application. Can also be used 20 ~ 400mg / L liquid dipping root 10min, can effectively control the occurrence of early leafhopper damage.
2. Efficient, systemic azole fungicide. Tricyclazole is a systemic fungicide that is specially used for controlling rice blast, especially for the control of panicle blast. Inhibition of the rice blast cycle by inhibiting the infection of plant surface with plant infections and the formation of infections within the plant.
The rice blast fungus that is resistant to other fungicides is also effective. Since the medicament also has a protective bactericidal effect, it should be used before the occurrence of the disease.
The effect of tricyclazole impregnation on leaf aphid control is better than that before leaf extraction.
The specific approach is: to dip a 20% tricyclic antimony WP 750 times in Shengren bucket, or to dig a shallow pit on the side of Putian, and put plastic on it. Membrane, into the liquid, the pull-up of the seedlings tied into a bit, thrown about the water to release the liquid soaked for about 1 minute or so, stacking after 0.5 hours can be planted.
Tricyclazole has strong systemic absorption and can be rapidly absorbed by rice rhizomes and leaves and transported to various parts of rice plants. Generally, the amount of absorbed drug in rice plants can reach saturation within 2 hours after spraying.
CAS Number: 41814-78-2
MDL number: MFCD00072466
EINECS number: 255-559-5
BRN number: 980261