ATONIK® is a biostimulant showing some S.A.R. (Systemic Activated Resistance) activities. It improves the growth and yields of the treated crop, and though it has no fungicide effect as such, it stimulates the disease defence mechanism of the plant. It can be used on Ornamentals and French Beans, alongside with conventional fungicides when necessary (application on threshold). If ATONIK® is intended to be applied alone, it is recommended to apply together with a non-iconic surfactant.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE (Recommended Application Rates of Products)
|Roses||Powdery Mildew, Botrytis and Downy Mildew||1L|
|French Beans||Rust, Anthracnosis and Angular Leaf Spot||1L|
APPLICATION TIMING AND TECHNIQUE
ATONIK® should be applied on a regular basis every 14 Days. Apply ATONIK® just after transplanting on the seedllings before the diseases appear. Use a spray volume of 500-1,000L per Ha.
Preparation of the Injection or Spray Mixture: Half fill the spray tank (Knapsack) with water. Add the required amount of ATONIK® then add more water to the required and mix or agitate thoroughly to uniformity. Ensure that the mixture is used the same day.
COMPATIBILITY AND DISEASE RESISTANCE MANAGEMENT
ATONIK® is compatible with common fungicides and insecticides. ATONIK® is not active directly on the disease. It has got no resistance issues.
It is safe to enter sprayed area after 12 Hours have elapsed.
Pre-Harvest Interval: Ornamentals: No pre-harvest interval / Vegetables: One (1) Day
ATONIK® is exempteded the requirement for a tolerance for residues.