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Bayfidan

Bayfidan® EC 250

Bayfidan is a systemic fungicide belonging to the azole group. After spraying, the product is quickly taken up by plants and translocate within the plant. Because of this systemic activity, Bayfidan is less affected by rainfall or irrigation than contact type fungicides. Bayfidan has a protective, curative, and eradicative effect. The product is highly effective against powdery mildew, rust, and various leaf spot diseases, being registered in many different crops across the world.

Recommendations and rates of use

CropPest/Weeds/MaladyDosePHI
WheatBrown rust0.5 l / ha but in high infestations up to 1 l / ha may be used. Foliar spray with the first application at the beginning of infestation and the second application if the infestation persists.35 days
WheatPowdery Midlew (Erysiphe cichoracearum, Sphaerotheca fuliginea) 0.5 l / ha but in high infestations up to 1 l / ha may be used. Foliar spray with the first application at the beginning of infestation and the second application if the infestation persists.35 days
WheatBlack rust0.5 l / ha but in high infestations up to 1 l / ha may be used. Foliar spray with the first application at the beginning of infestation and the second application if the infestation persists.35 days
WheatYellow rust0.5 l / ha but in high infestations up to 1 l / ha may be used. Foliar spray with the first application at the beginning of infestation and the second application if the infestation persists.35 days
WheatSeptoria tritici0.5 l / ha but in high infestations up to 1 l / ha may be used. Foliar spray with the first application at the beginning of infestation and the second application if the infestation persists.35 days
BarleyYellow rust0.5 l / ha but in high infestations up to 1 l / ha may be used. Foliar spray with the first application at the beginning of infestation and the second application if the infestation persists.35 days
BarleyBlack rust0.5 l / ha but in high infestations up to 1 l / ha may be used. Foliar spray with the first application at the beginning of infestation and the second application if the infestation persists.35 days
BarleyPowdery Midlew (Erysiphe cichoracearum, Sphaerotheca fuliginea) 0.5 l / ha but in high infestations up to 1 l / ha may be used. Foliar spray with the first application at the beginning of infestation and the second application if the infestation persists.35 days
BarleyBlack rust0.5 l / ha but in high infestations up to 1 l / ha may be used. Foliar spray with the first application at the beginning of infestation and the second application if the infestation persists.35 days
BarleySeptoria tritici0.5 l / ha but in high infestations up to 1 l / ha may be used. Foliar spray with the first application at the beginning of infestation and the second application if the infestation persists.35 days
MaizeSeptoria tritici0.5 l / ha but in high infestations up to 1 l / ha may be used. Foliar spray with the first application at the beginning of infestation and the second application if the infestation persists.35 days
MaizeBrown rust0.5 l / ha but in high infestations up to 1 l / ha may be used. Foliar spray with the first application at the beginning of infestation and the second application if the infestation persists.35 days
MaizeBlack rust0.5 l / ha but in high infestations up to 1 l / ha may be used. Foliar spray with the first application at the beginning of infestation and the second application if the infestation persists.35 days
MaizePowdery Midlew (Erysiphe cichoracearum, Sphaerotheca fuliginea) 0.5 l / ha but in high infestations up to 1 l / ha may be used. Foliar spray with the first application at the beginning of infestation and the second application if the infestation persists.35 days
MaizeYellow rust0.5 l / ha but in high infestations up to 1 l / ha may be used. Foliar spray with the first application at the beginning of infestation and the second application if the infestation persists.35 days
TomatoLeaf spot50 - 100 ml / 100 L Water according infection level Note: Spraying should start at early symptoms development of disease 14 days
TomatoPowdery Mildew on both open field and under Plastic50 - 100 ml / 100 L Water according infection level Note: Spraying should start at early symptoms development of disease 14 days
EggplantPowdery Mildew on both open field and under Plastic50 - 100 ml / 100 L Water according infection level Note: Spraying should start at early symptoms development of disease 14 days
EggplantLeaf spot50 - 100 ml / 100 L Water according infection level Note: Spraying should start at early symptoms development of disease 14 days
Green BeansLeaf spot50 - 100 ml / 100 L Water according infection level Note: Spraying should start at early symptoms development of disease 14 days
Green BeansPowdery Mildew on both open field and under Plastic50 - 100 ml / 100 L Water according infection level Note: Spraying should start at early symptoms development of disease 14 days
CucumberPowdery Mildew on both open field and under Plastic50 - 100 ml / 100 L Water according infection level Note: Spraying should start at early symptoms development of disease 14 days
CucumberLeaf spot50 - 100 ml / 100 L Water according infection level Note: Spraying should start at early symptoms development of disease 14 days
PepperLeaf spot50 - 100 ml / 100 L Water according infection level Note: Spraying should start at early symptoms development of disease 14 days
PepperPowdery Mildew on both open field and under Plastic50 - 100 ml / 100 L Water according infection level Note: Spraying should start at early symptoms development of disease 14 days
CabbageLeaf spot50 - 100 ml / 100 L Water according infection level Note: Spraying should start at early symptoms development of disease 14 days
CabbagePowdery Mildew on both open field and under Plastic50 - 100 ml / 100 L Water according infection level Note: Spraying should start at early symptoms development of disease 14 days
Broad BeansLeaf spot50 - 100 ml / 100 L Water according infection level Note: Spraying should start at early symptoms development of disease 14 days
Broad BeansPowdery Mildew on both open field and under Plastic50 - 100 ml / 100 L Water according infection level Note: Spraying should start at early symptoms development of disease 14 days
LeekLeaf spot50 - 100 ml / 100 L Water according infection level Note: Spraying should start at early symptoms development of disease 14 days
LeekPowdery Mildew on both open field and under Plastic50 - 100 ml / 100 L Water according infection level Note: Spraying should start at early symptoms development of disease 14 days
GrapePowdery Midlew (Erysiphe cichoracearum, Sphaerotheca fuliginea) 100 ml Bayfidan should be mixed with 100 l water and the mixture should be sprayed at between 500 – 1000 l / Ha. Note: Spraying should start as soon as early symptoms of the development of disease are visible 35 days
GrapeAspergillus niger100 ml Bayfidan should be mixed with 100 l water and the mixture should be sprayed at between 500 – 1000 l / Ha. Note: Spraying should start as soon as early symptoms of the development of disease are visible 35 days
AppleRust and Powdery mildew on apples and other fruits.100 ml / 100 l Water Note: Maximum dose should not exceed 200ml of Bayfidan per Hectare 14 days
PearRust and Powdery mildew on apples and other fruits.100 ml / 100 l Water Note: Maximum dose should not exceed 200ml of Bayfidan per Hectare 14 days
PlumsRust and Powdery mildew on apples and other fruits.100 ml / 100 l Water Note: Maximum dose should not exceed 200ml of Bayfidan per Hectare 14 days
PeachRust and Powdery mildew on apples and other fruits.100 ml / 100 l Water Note: Maximum dose should not exceed 200ml of Bayfidan per Hectare 14 days
CitrusRust and Powdery mildew on apples and other fruits.100 ml / 100 l Water Note: Maximum dose should not exceed 200ml of Bayfidan per Hectare 14 days
Compatibility:
Consult the local label/distributor
How to apply:
foliar application For Vegetables use 600-800 lit /ha
For fruit tree use 800 – 1000 lit /ha
Common Name:
Triadimenol
Formulation:
Bayfidan 250 Emulsifiable concentrate containing 250g a.i/l Triadimenol
Mode of action:
Triadimenol affects the functions of cellular membrane in fungi; it is affect Sterol biosynthesis in membranes, (C14-demethylase in sterol biosynthesis)
Distributor:
Modern Agricultural Development Company
WHO classification:
Active ingredient: moderately hazardous
Product: slightly hazardous

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