Gaiya systemic fungicide is a fungicide used for the control of a wide range of fungal diseases in tomato, pepper, and leafy vegetables.
- Gaiya systemic fungicide is a fungicide used for the control of a wide range of fungal diseases in tomato, pepper, and leafy vegetables.
- It possesses two active ingredients; Carbendazim and Triadimefon.
- It offers internal protection because they are absorbed by the leaf of plants.
- It prevents fungi infections when applied and absorbed by the root or leaf of the crops.
- It operates a trans-laminar mode of action whereby it moves through the leaf from one end to another.
- It poses a minor threat to the environment because it is biodegradable.
- It is only required in little amounts.
- It is cost-effective.
- It is easy to apply.
- Gaiya systemic fungicide can sometimes be used to suppress a disease after it has infected a plant.
- It is more environmentally friendly.
- It controls fungal diseases, such as brown patches, powdery mildew, and blight.
- This fungicide offers internal protection to the plants because it is absorbed by the leaves.
After being applied, Gaiya systemic fungicide moves within the plant but not far from the site of penetration. It is readily translocated in the plants. Therefore, it makes the tissues of the plant toxic to fungi. It is designed to get rid of a broad range of harmful and ugly diseases on plants. The plants to be sprayed are required to be in their growth phase so that the fungicide can be absorbed properly and circulated through the plant to control diseases.
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