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Léxor 25

Preventative and curative fungicide

Léxor 25 is a broad spectrumpreventative and curative fungicide with contact and local systemia properties. It prevents the development of the disease and stops infection in the incubation period (curative action).

 

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Aditional info
  • Difenoconazol 25% w/v (250 g/L)
  • Register number: 18.766
  • Presentation: Emulsifiable concentrate (EC)
  • Chemical group: Triazoles
  • Packaging: 250 cc, 500 cc and 1 L

Always apply in normal tractor spray for professional use and outdoors, or manual spray for creepers, persimmon, olive trees and ornamentals. 

For winter applications (only professional use) apply via manual spray, fixed automated watering or hydroneumatic sprays such as automated cannon.

Applications are advised as preventative doses or when the first symptoms of the disease appear. 

Apricot: 30 cc/100 L water. Maximum of 2 applications per season in flowering with an interval of between 7-14 days using a volume of broth of between 500-2.200 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.45 L/ha.

Artichoke: 50-64 cc/100 L water. Maximum of 3 applications per season, with an interval of 12 days, using a broth volume of between 400-1.000 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.5 L/ha.

Celery and edible chards: 0.3-0.5 L/ha, outdoors. Maximum of 3 applications per season, with an interval of 14 days, with a broth volume of between 300-800 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.5 L/ha.

Broccoli: 50-64 cc/100 L water, outdoors. Maximum of 3 applications per season, with an interval of 7-10 days, with a broth volume of between 400-1.000 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.5 L/ha.

Persimmon: 20-45 cc/100 L water. Maximum of 2 applications per season, in flowering with an interval of 15-20 days with a broth volume of between 500-2.200 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.45 L/ha.

Cherry tree: 30 cc/100 L water. Maximum of 2 applications per season, with an interval of 7-21 days, with a broth volume of between 800-1.000 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.45 L/ha.

Parsnip and carrot: 30 cc/100 L water. Maximum of 2 applications per season, with an interval of 10-15 days, with a broth volume of between 100-500 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.5 L/ha.

Plum: 30 cc/100 L water. Maximum of 2 applications per season, with an interval of 7 days, with a broth volume of between 800-1.000 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.45 L/ha.

Carnation, Dahlia and rose bush 0.5 L/ha. Maximum of 3 applications per season, with an interval of 14 days, with a broth volume of between 500-1.000 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.5 L/ha.

Asparagus: 0.3-0.5 L/ha, outdoors. Maximum of 3 applications per season, with an interval of 14 days, with a broth volume of between 300-1.250 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.5 L/ha. Application limited to the previous season. 

Strawberry plants and blackberry-raspberry: 24-50 cc/100 L water. Maximum of 3 applications per season, with an interval of 7-10 days, with a broth volume of between 500-1.200 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.5 L/ha.

Green peas and green beans against anthracnose: 50-64 cc/100 L water. Maximum of 2 applications per season, with an interval of 10-12 days, with a broth volume of between 500-1.200 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.5 L/ha.

Green peas and green beans against mycosphaerella: 50-64 cc/100 L water. Maximum of 2 applications per season, with an interval of 10-12 days, with a broth volume of between 400-1.000 l/ha. Do not use more than 0.5 L/ha.

Fennel: 0.5 L/ha, outdoors. Maximum of 3 applications per season, with an interval of 8 days, with a broth volume of between 600-1,000 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.5 L/ha.

Lettuces and similar: 50-80 cc/100 L water, outdoors. Maximum of 2 applications per season, with an interval of 14 days, with a broth volume of between 500-1,000 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.5 L/ha.

Apple tree: 15 cc/100 L water. Maximum of 4 applications per season, with an interval of 10 days from when buds swell until the fruit reaches 1 cm in diameter or every 12-18 days in later stages with a broth volume of 2,000 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.3 L/ha.

Peach and nectarine: 20-30 cc/100 L water. Maximum of 4 preventative/season applications with an interval of between 7-21 days, between the swelling of the buds and the hardening of the stone with a broth volume of between 1,500-2,200 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.45 L/ha.

Pear tree and medlar tree: 20 cc/100 L water. Maximum of 2 applications per season, with an interval of 10 day when buds swell until the fruit reaches 1 cm in diameter or every 12-18 days in later stages with a broth volume of 1,500 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.3 L/ha.

Olive tree: 60 cc/100 L water. Maximum of 2 applications, only in spring, with an interval of 14-21 days, with a broth volume of 800 L/ha. When mixing with cupric products, decrease doses to 0.01%. Do not use more than 0.5 L/ha.

Potato: 0.5-0.6 L/ha. Maximum of 2 applications, with an interval of 10-15 days, with a broth volume of between 400-800 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.6 L/ha.

Cucumber: 50-64 cc/100 L water. Maximum of 3 applications per season, with an interval of 8 days, with a broth volume of between 400-800 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.5 L/ha.

Pepper: 50-64 cc/100 L water. Maximum of 4 applications per season, with an interval of 7-10 days with a broth volume of between 500-1.200 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.5 L/ha.

Leek: 0.5 L/ha. Maximum of 2 applications per season, with an interval of 12 days, with a broth volume of between 400-1.000 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.5 L/ha.

Sugar beet: 0.3 L/ha. Maximum of 3 applications per season, with an interval of 21-28 days, with a broth volume of between 500-1.000 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.3 L/ha. 

Cabbage: 50-64 cc/100 L water, outdoors Maximum of 2 applications per season, with an interval of 10 days, with a broth volume of between 400-1.000 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.5 L/ha.

Tomato: 50-64 cc/100 L water, outdoors or greenhouse. Maximum of 3 applications per season, with an interval of 7-10 days, with a broth volume of between 500-1,200 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.5 L/ha.

Vines: 20-24 cc/100 L water. Maximum of 4 applications per season, with an interval of 10 days, with a broth volume of between 800-1.000 L/ha. Do not use more than 0.2 L/ha.

SAFETY PERIOD:

Strawberry plants, fennel, blackberry-raspberry and cucumber: 3 days.

Apricot, cherry tree, plum, peach, nectarine, green peas, green beans, pepper and tomato: 7 days.

Artichoke, celery, broccoli, edible chards, parsnip, lettuces and similar, apple tree, medlar tree, pear tree, cabbage and carrot: 14 days.

Leek, sugar beet and vines: 21 days.

Olive tree and potato: 30 days.

Persimmon, carnation, dahlia, asparagus and rose bushes: Not applicable.

Authorised applications:

  • Artichoke, against oidio and oidiopsis.
  • Dalia, strawberry plants and cucumber, against powdery mildew.
  • Celery and edible chards, against septoria.
  • Apricot, peach and nectarine, against indentations, shot hole disease, monilia and powdery mildew.
  • Broccoli, parsnip, lettuces and and similar, potato, leek, cabbage and carrot, against alternaria.
  • Persimmonagainst purple spotting.
  • Cherry tree, against monilia.
  • Plum, against powdery mildew and monilia.
  • Carnation, against rust.
  • Asparagus, against alternaria, rust and stemfilium.
  • Green peas and green beans, against anthracnose and mycosphaerella.
  • Fennel, against ramularia.
  • Apple tree and medlar tree, against spotting.
  • Blackberry-raspberry, against anthracnose, powdery mildew and rust.
  • Olive tree, only in spring, against repilo.
  • Pear tree, against spotting, rust and septoria.
  • Pepper, against alternaria and oidiopsis.
  • Sugar beet, against powdery mildew and cercospora.
  • Rose bushes, against powdery mildew and rust.
  • Tomato, against alternaria, cladosporiosis and oidiopsis.
  • Vines, against black-rot and powdery mildew.

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