Application of Chloroisobromine Cyanuric Acid on Fruit and Flowers
A. In early spring and late autumn, the garden uses 50% Chloroisobromine Cyanuric Acid 800-1000 times plus tebuconazole to prevent rot, anthracnose, spotted leaf disease, gray brown spot, bacterial perforation, and pus.
B. Fruit tree rot disease, ulcer disease, flow gel scraping with 200 times liquid spray, coating (in late March, July 20 prevention and control, control effect over 98%), prevention of early defoliation, black pox, black star disease, curtain brown blight, peach leaf perforation, spray control 20 days after flowering, prevention and control before bagging, even after cloudy and rainy prevention.
C. According to the variety of flowers 1200-2000 times the leaf spray or irrigation roots without phytotoxicity.
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