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Sodium acid carbonate (NaHCO3), commonly known as Sodium bicarbonate or Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate is a derivative of carbonic acid.
At room temperature, it appears as a white crystalline powder soluble in water and insoluble in alcohol.
For centuries Sodium bicarbonate has been obtained in an impure form, from the ashes of some types of algae and plants from salt lakes. In aqueous solution, if heated below 100 °C, it begins to decompose into carbon dioxide and sodium carbonate giving a mild alkaline reaction.
It is prepared from sodium carbonate, water and carbon dioxide.
In agriculture, it's a particularly suitable solution for the treatment of fungal diseases such as powdery mildew, downy mildew and gray mold, diseases that often affect fruit and vegetable crops, causing several and huge damages to crops.
|Sodium hydrogen carbonate|
|Purity||Purity Food grade|
|Vegetables, Soft fruit, Ornamentals||Mildews|
(Sphaerotheca spp, Oidium spp)
|333 - 1000 g/hl|
|420 - 2000 g/hl|
|500 - 1000 g/hl|
|Fruit of different types|
(Oranges, Cherries, Apples, Papaya)
|Storage diseases like Blue mould (Penicillium italicum)|
Green mould (Penicillium digitatum)
|1000 - 4000 g/hl|
|Potted plants||Liverwort/Bryophyte (Lunularia cruciata)|
Green thallus of liverwort plus fruiting bodies
Doses refer to those officially published in the Reports by EFSA
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