Carbendazim is a broad-spectrum fungicide, which can prevent and control diseases caused by fungi in various crops. It can be used for foliar spray, seed treatment and soil treatment. The pure product is a white crystalline solid, and the original drug is a brown powder.
(1) Prevention and treatment of powdery mildew and blight of cucurbits, early blight of tomatoes, anthracnose and blight of beans, and sclerotinia sclerotiorum, using 100-200 grams of 50% wettable powder per mu, sprayed with water, sprayed at the beginning of the disease 2 times, 5-7 days apart.
(2) To control tomato wilt, seed dressing according to 0.3-0.5% of seed weight; to control kidney bean wilt, seed dressing according to 0.5% of seed weight, or to soak seeds with 60-120 times of liquid medicine 24 hours.
(3) To prevent vegetable blight and seedling damping at the seedling stage, use 1 part of 50% wettable powder and mix evenly 1000-1500 parts of semi-dry fine soil. When sowing, spread the medicinal soil into the seeding ditch and cover it with soil, and use 10-15 kg of medicinal soil per square meter.
(4) Control cucumber and tomato wilt, eggplant verticillium wilt, irrigate roots with 50% wettable powder 500 times wave, each plant is irrigated with 0.3-0.5 kg, and re-irrigate the plots with serious disease every 10 days 2nd.
(5) It has a certain effect on peanut control.
(L) Carbendazim can be mixed with general fungicides, but when mixed with insecticides and acaricides, it should be mixed with it. It should not be mixed with alkaline agents.
(2) Long-term single use of carbendazim can easily cause resistance to pathogens and should be used alternately or mixed with other fungicides.
(3) During soil treatment, it is sometimes decomposed by soil microorganisms, reducing the efficacy. If the soil treatment effect is not ideal, other methods of use can be used instead.
(4) The safety interval is 15 days.