Four-acting systemic chemical compound:
A fungicide, especially for blight diseases of both types, downy mildew, scab, red heart on strawberries, and root rot on
Pomegranate and citrus., Citrus gum, and peacock eye spots on olives.
Bacterial exterminator, especially fire blight and various bacterial blights.
An autoresistance inducer or inducer of systemic immunity where phosphogard increases plant resistance to pests in two ways.
1- The first is through the extermination activity of pathogenic fungi, by preventing the fungus from growing, multiplying, and producing spores.
2 – The second is by strengthening the plant’s natural defense system by changing the nature of the cell walls by encouraging the production of sugars
The multivitamins that support the cell walls, and by activating and stimulating the plant’s own immune system through the secretion of natural phytoalexins.
Foliar fertilizer rich in phosphorous and potassium, as well as phosphorus garde activates soil mycorrhiza (root fungus).
Main target diseases:
• PSEUDOPERONOSPORA CUBENSIS
• PHYTOPHTHORA SPP.
• SPILOCAEA OLEAGINA
• PLASMOPARA VITICOLA
• BREMIA LACTUCAE
• PYTHIUM SPP
• ERWINIA AMYLOVORA
• XANTHOMONAS CAMPESTRIS
• RHIZOCTONIA SP
• SCLEROTINA SP
200 – 300 ML/ 100 LITER WATER (0.20 – 0.30%)
Frequency of use:
It is used on most plants in agriculture
open field and can be replicated on 2-3 plants
times every 7-10 days