greece united-kingdom germany italy

It opposes the active penetration of fungal pathogens

Foto prodotto
Ammesso in bio
Ammesso in bio
Manufacturer SKL
Formulation Liquido
Reg. number Sostanza di base

Prezzo a partire da

-

In sintesi

Basic substance from SKL based on Equisetum arvense, Allowed in organic farming at the best price. Consult the doses on the label and technical sheet.


Description

Equisetum arvense, better known as "horsetail", is a shrub-like plant belonging to the family of the Equisetaceae and that we can easily find throughout Europe. It grows naturally in temperate zones of the northern hemisphere and in humid places next to water currents.


Equisetum arvense has long been known in the Organic and Biodynamic agriculture, having a preventive effect on fungal diseases of plants.


The sterile stems have the greatest medicinal and agricultural interest because they contain Silicon that helps to strengthen plant cell tissues.


It’s authorized in horticultural, fruit trees, red fruits (berries), vine and its effectiveness has been demonstrated in the prevention and control of Mildew, Alternaria and Rust diseases.


Its effectiveness is based on its stimulating action on the defense mechanisms of plants against fungi, given its content in organic Silicon (bound to proteins) and salts rich in Potassium and Magnesium, along with saponoids, flavonoids and tannins (the main one being equisetonine).


The application of Silicon has been shown to alleviate negative effects of numerous abiotic stresses including salinity, heat, cold, UV-B radiation, heavy metals and mechanical stresses.
It allows diseases to be prevented, strengthens the cell walls in the plant and limits treatment with synthetic chemical products, so reducing the level of toxic wastes in crops and harvests.


Its use as a basic substance has been approved as a stimulator of the natural defense mechanisms of plants since 2014, under article 23 of regulation (CE) number 1107/2009.

Composition

Equisetum arvense
Botanical nameEquisetum arvense
Part used Sterile aerial stems
PurityEuropean Pharmacopeia

Dosage

Spray applications
Culture
Adversity
Dosage
Apple tree, Peach tree
Scab
(Venturia inaequalis)
Powdery mildew
(Podosphaera leucotricha)
Peach leaf curl
(Taphrina deformans)
2 - 12 kg/ha
from 2 to 7 treatments
from BBCH 53 to BBCH 67
Grapevine
Downy mildew
(Plasmopara viticola)
Powdery mildew
(Erysiphe necator)
0,4 - 3,6 kg/ha
from 2 to 6 treatments
from BBCH 10 to BBCH 57
Cucumber
Powdery mildew
(Podosphaera xhantii)
Root rot
Seedling blight
(Pythium spp.)
12 kg/ha
2 treatments
from BBCH 19 to BBCH 49
Tomato
Early blight
(Alternaria solani)
Septoria blight
(Septoria lycopersici)
12 kg/ha
2 treatments
from BBCH 51 to BBCH 59
Strawberry, Raspberry
Grey mould
(Botrytis cinerea)
Powdery mildew
(Podosphaera aphanis)
Red core
(Phytophthora fragariae)
Anthracnose
(Colletotrichum acutatum)
2,7 - 5,4 kg/ha
from 4 to 8 treatments
from BBCH 1 to BBCH 89
Potato
Late blight
(Phytophthora infestans)
Early blight
(Alternaria solani)
Powdery mildew
(Erysiphe cichoracearum)
2,7 - 5,4 kg/ha
from 4 to 8 treatments
from BBCH to a BBCH 9
Included in mulch
Culture
Adversity
Dosage
Cucumber
Powdery mildew
(Podosphaera xhantii)
Root rot,
Seedling blight
(Pythium spp.)
9 kg
for 100 Kg of mulch
Tomato
Early blight
(Alternaria solani)
Septoria blight
(Septoria lycopersici)
9 kg
for 100 Kg of mulch
Ornamental tree
(Prunus spp.)
Roses
(Rosa spp.)
Rose Black spot
(Marsonia spp.)
Rose rust
(Phragmidium mucronatum)
Leaf curl, Monilioses, Oidium and Mildew
9 kg
for 100 Kg of mulch


The pictures on this website are purely informative, so we reserve the right to make modifications without any prior notice.