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Scala, 1 litre

€55.27

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United States

Scala, 1 litre

eu basf fungicide scala 1 l - 2

Scala, 1 litre

In stock

€55.27
- +
€55.27

In stock

European Store cannot dispatch to

United States

 
Can be used by
Population, Professionals, Trained personnel

Product information

Scala, 1 l is a fungicide designed to combat grey mould in a varied range of crops, as well as to combat turnip on apple, pear, quince, mosmon, and canadian blueberry. It is basically a light brown liquid with 2 active substances: 400 g/l pyrimethanil N-(4,6-dimethylpyrimidin-2-yl) aniline.

Benefits:
- preventive and curative action
- translaminar activity and vaporised
- economical, long term investment

Action mode:
- This product inhibits the different stages of development of the pathogen: spore germination, germ tube growth and mycelium development. It has a superior performance over a wider range of temperatures. SCALE fights grey rot in vines, fruit trees and vegetables, as well as radish in fruit trees.

Methods of application:
Apple, pear, quince, gooseberry, Canadian blueberry
- during the vegetation period between BBCH 53-77, respectively from the opening stage of the flower bud (when the green leaves cover the visible flowers) until fruits start developing (70% of final fruit size).
- perform a maximum of 4 treatments per season at an interval of at least 7 days between applications.

Vine
- during the vegetation period between BBCH 61-85, respectively from the beginning of flowering until the ripening of the grapes.
- maximum 1 treatment per season.

Strawberries grown in the field
- during the vegetation period between BBCH 55-89, respectively, from the development of the first inflorescences, until the fruits are fully ripe.
- maximum 3 treatments per season can be applied, with an interval of 7-14 days between applications.

Strawberries in greenhouses and solariums
- the product is applied during the vegetation period between BBCH 55-89, respectively from the development of the first inflorescences to the full ripening of the fruits.
- maximum treatments per season, with an interval of 7-14 days between applications.

Raspberry, blackberry
- apply during the vegetation period between BBCH 60-85, respectively, from flowering - the opening of the first flowers, until fruits start ripening.
- maximum 2 treatments per season, with an interval of 7 days between applications.

Currant, blueberry, gooseberry
- during the vegetation period between BBCH 60-79, respectively, from the beginning of flowering, until the fruits are developed in a proportion of 90% of their final form.
2 treatments per season with an interval of 10 days between applications.

Carrot
- the product is applied during the vegetation period between BBCH 20-49, respectively, from the 10-leaf phase to the stage where the root reaches its typical size and shape.
- maximum 2 treatments per season, with an interval of 10 days between applications.

Cucurbits with edible skin (cucumbers, zucchini, pumpkins, etc.) in greenhouses and solariums
- the product is applied during the vegetation period between BBCH 71-89, respectively, from the fruit development phase, when the first fruits on the stem the main ones reach the final shape and size, until the fruits are fully ripe.
- maximum treatments per season, with an interval of 10 days between applications.

Tomatoes, eggplants, cultivated both in the field and in greenhouses and solariums
- the product is applied during the vegetation period between BBCH 50-89, respectively, from the beginning of the development of the inflorescences (when the first inflorescence is visible), until the full ripening of fruits (fruits have the specific colour of the variety).
- maximum 2 treatments per season, with an interval of 10 days between applications.

Peppers grown in greenhouses and solariums
- during the vegetation period between BBCH 50-89, respectively, from the beginning of the development of the inflorescences (when the first inflorescence is visible) until the full ripening of the fruits (the fruits have the colour specific to the variety).
- maximum 2 treatments per season, with an interval of 10 days between applications.

Lettuce and others similar plants (including aromatic ones), grown in greenhouses and solariums
- during the vegetation period between BBCH 10-47, respectively, from the beginning of the development of the first leaves (fully opened cotyledons) until reaching 70% of the final shape, specific to the variety.
- maximum 2 treatments/per season, with an interval of 10-14 days between applications.

Ornamental plants (flower bulbs) grown in the field, as well as in greenhouses and solariums
- during the vegetation period BBCH 00, respectively, before planting the bulbs.
- maximum 1 treatment per season.

Ornamental plants (including ornamental shrubs, forest nursery plants, flowers), cultivated both in the field and in greenhouses and solariums
- during the vegetation period between BBCH 56-69, respectively, from the development of visible inflorescences until the end of flowering.
- maximum 3 treatments per season, with an interval of 7 days between applications.

Compatibility:
Generally with insecticides and fungicides, as well as with foliar fertilisers. However, it is recommended to use all of these possible mixtures, immediately after preparation.
For correct use, consult the compatibility tables.

Recommendations:
For calculating the water volume take into account the application equipment.
Apple, pear, quince, mosmon, Canadian blueberry – 7 days;
Preharvest Intervals (PHI):
- vine: 28 days, strawberries grown in the field: 3 days, strawberries in greenhouses and solariums: 3 days, raspberry, blackberry: 3 days, currant, blueberry, gooseberry: 3 days, carrot: 21 days, cucurbitaceae with edible skin (cucumbers, zucchini, zucchini, etc.) grown in greenhouses and solariums: 3 days, tomatoes, eggplants, cultivated both in the field and in greenhouses and solariums: 3 days, peppers grown in greenhouses and solariums: 3 days, lettuce and similar (including aromatic plants), grown in greenhouses and solariums: 14 days.

Please be sure to read, understand, and follow the full Conditions, Disclaimer, and Directions for Use. Use the appropriate personal safety equipment if required and when needed.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Basf
Packaging 1 litre
Destination use Population, Professionals, Trained personnel
Formulations SC-concentrated suspension
Active Substances Pyrimethanil
Active Substance Concentration 400 g/l
Crops Apple tree, Blackberries, Blueberry, Carrot, Cucumber, Currant, Eggplant, Gooseberry, Ornamental plants, Pear tree, Pepper, Quince tree, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Vineyard, Zucchini
Diseases Mold
Dosage 0.75-2 l/ha
Bio Crops Not suitable
Application Type Low pressure spray

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